Men Working For Change (MWFC) is a volunteer group which works to engage the community in efforts to prevent Domestic, Intimate, and Relationship Violence, as well as Sexual Violence. MWFC began over ten years ago, when members of the College of Wooster basketball team worked with Every Woman’s House to form the first group. In 2005, members of the College of Wooster football team were recruited and their work with MWFC led to recognition in the 2007 year-end issue ofSports Illustrated.
Currently, Men Working For Change is recruiting men of all ages who are willing to volunteer their time to become members and work toward ending violence. After completing the Every Woman’s House volunteer training program, MWFC members meet monthly to continue education and plan MWFC activities.
If you would like to join Men Working For Change and help end violence, or if you have any questions regarding the group, please contact Rhiannon Whalen at or call (330) 263-6021.
MWFC - Sports Illustrated Article 12/31/07
MWFC - College of Wooster 2012
MWFC - 2012
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EVERY WOMAN'S HOUSE Wayne County Office
104 Spink Street / Gault Liberty Center
Wooster, Ohio 44691
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