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Erin McGrath


Missing Women's Legacy Society

Missing Women's Legacy Society (MWLS) is a non-profit society founded by family members and supporters of the women who went missing from the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, BC.  We aim to help women who are currently locked into the drug addiction/prostitution cycle that makes them so vulnerable to violence.  Few services exist geared specifically to addicted women in the sex trade, yet these women are at a greater risk of violence and death than anyone else in our society.

One of our MWLS members, Erin McGrath, is doing a swim-a-thon at Nanaimo Aquatic Centre on December 23rd in honour of her sister, Leigh Miner.  Erin will swim 10 laps for each of the 63 missing women.  Her goal is to swim 630 laps consecutively, totalling 15,750 metres.  Erin's sister went missing at Christmas 1993, so it is her intention to complete this swim just before Christmas in order to honour her sister and hold her dear to her heart as she does something so positive as raising money for MWLS.

All proceeds raised during the swim-a-thon will go to Legacy House, which is a new long-term support recovery home we are creating for women suffering with addiction.

If you would like to make a pledge, please email me your name, address, telephone number, and amount pledged.  Thank you so much for your support.

Please make cheques or money orders payable to the "Missing Women's Legacy Society" with a note: Erin's Swim.

Donations can be made online through Legacy House at:

MISSING WOMEN'S LEGACY SOCIETY  

Or

Mailing Address:

Missing Women's Legacy Society
503 West 66th Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6P 2R8, Canada

US residents may if you wish
Mail To: 

Missing Women's Legacy Society
C/O Wayne Leng, MWLS Director
PO Box 2651
San Bernardino, CA 92406
United States

Vanished without a trace-July 29, 2001

 

Email: wleng#missingpeople.net 

Missing Women Tip Line: 1-877-687-3377

Updated: August 21, 2016