Twenty-three Clark students raised $468 for the YWCA’s domestic violence resource, Daybreak, during the sixth annual J.C. Stair-a-Thon on Feb. 11.
Joseph Kennelly ’12 of New Windsor, N.Y., set a new Stair-a-Thon record with 55 trips up and down the Jonas Clark Hall stairs.
The Stair-a-Thon was organized by Amelia Angevine ’13 and Angela Della Porta ’13.
Check out the Stair-a-Thon on Clark’s YouTube channel.
Daybreak is the designated battered women’s service provider in the greater Worcester area. Daybreak services are designed to meet the needs of women and children whose lives are affected by interpersonal violence. Its overall mission is to foster safety within the community. More information on Daybreak can be found on YWCA Web site.