Evans Keane Spotlight Charity Event Supporting Women’s and Children’s Alliance

As part of Evans Keane’s “Spotlight Charity Event” series, the Firm has identified Boise’s Women’s & Children’s Alliance as its next non-profit recipient. The Women’s and Children’s Alliance (WCA) is a nonprofit agency serving victims of domestic and/or sexual violence. As part of the firm’s 2019 Martin Luther King Day observance, the firm is hosting an item drive to benefit the WCA. This drive reflects Dr. King’s battle against violence, which he called “militarism” but which the King Center explains encompasses domestic violence. The mission of the WCA is to provide safety, healing and freedom from domestic abuse and sexual assault.

January 21, 2019 through February 26, 2019.

You may support the WCA’s mission by:

  • Bringing an item from the below Wish List to Evans Keane’s office between Jan 21 and Feb 26 to be donated to the WCA
  • Attending a reception at Evans Keane on Feb 26 to hear more about the WCA and its programs

WCA Wish List*:

  • Gift cards, $20 and up (i.e., Winco, Albertsons, Target, Wal-Mart, Fred Meyer, etc.)
  • Gift cards, $20 and up for any gas station
  • Passes for family-friendly activities (movies, bowling, JumpTime, Wahooz)
  • 2019 Day Planners (8 1/2 x 11)
  • Air Purifiers – GermGuardian AC5250PT 3-in-1 Air Purifier with True HEPA Filter, UV-C Sanitizer, Captures Allergens, Smoke, Odors, Mold, Dust, Germs, Pets, Smokers, 28-Inch Digital Germ Guardian Air Purifier
  • Baby Wipes
  • “Daring Greatly” – audio book by Brene Brown
  • Diapers – size 4 and 5
  • Hair and body products for individuals from African, Middle Eastern and European descent
  • Similac Advance Complete Nutrition Infant Formula with Iron – 5 needed
  • Swiffer 360 Duster and refills
  • Trash bags (large, black)
  • Vacuums
  • Ziploc Bags (gallon and quart)

*Due to the effects the following items can have on survivors of trauma, please no donations of candy, items with sugar or items with caffeine.


The Women’s & Children’s Alliance depends on the support of the community to continue offering much-needed services to survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault. Foundations, corporations and individual donors all contribute to the ability of the WCA to serve the community.