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Only 9 days before the start of DVAM 2019...

Grace Pumpkin Parade

The annual Grace Pumpkin Parade is a family-friendly celebration of the season, held to encourage community involvement during Domestic Violence Awareness Month. ​Don a costume and march, build a float to ride or just enjoy the festivities as you show the community that you reject family violence. All proceeds benefit Grace Smith House, Inc. Established in 1981, the nonprofit Grace Smith House provides residential and non-residential services to victims of domestic violence and their children.

The Shade Tree Las Vegas Mask Off Gala

Come commemorate 30 years of providing help, healing and hope to the women and children of the Las Vegas valley at the Shade Tree's masquerade-inspired Mask Off Gala.

Learn more on the Shade Tree's website.

Light to Life Benefit

Join us for a night of celebration while supporting Life Span’s mission to empower survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Safety is a human right!

The second annual Light to Life event, held at the beautiful Galleria Marchetti in Chicago, will feature food, drink, silent auction, and a guest speaker.

 

Fit For Life: Zumba Fitness Event for Domestic Violence Awareness

Do you love to dance? Want to burn calories and tone muscles while having a great time?

Join us on July 20, 2019 for a Zumba Fitness Party honoring survivors of domestic violence. Survivors, allies, families, and children are all welcome to participate!

Zumba is a blend of dancing and fitness, set to Latin, Caribbean and Pop music beats. Class will be led by instructor Cami Barnes, and hosted by community partners Safe Space Property Management & Feet of Clay. $5 donation will go to providing services to local domestic violence survivors.

Baby Shower for Moms of Harbor House

Biker Wives of the Fox Valley invite you to a very special baby shower for all of the moms and moms-to-be of Harbor House!

Join us at Gem Roller Rink on October 21st for a family skating event to celebrate motherhood. As with any baby shower, gifts for babies and mothers are encouraged! Your gifts will help survivors of domestic violence and their children to gain the power to soar to new heights. Skating and admission are $2.75 with your shower gift.

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Fearless Masquerade Ball 2018

Since October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Lena Lewis (founder of Honeymane Hair and Marketing Executive) and Dartesia Pitts (attorney and legal analyst for Fatal Attraction) have joined forces to shed light on the issues surrounding domestic violence in the black community.  Our partnership is intended to raise awareness and money to support necessary domestic violence resources in our community to save lives. In doing so, we are hosting a masquerade ball that will culminate from a month long social media campaign from designated accounts highlighting the issues associated with do

Purple Run Ann Arbor

Please join us for the 2018 Purple Run on the University of Michigan’s North Campus - Saturday, October 27 at 9am co-hosted by the University of Michigan Police Department (UMPD) and the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office (WCPO). Proceeds will benefit SafeHouse Center, our local domestic violence shelter and support services provider. October is domestic violence awareness month - together we coordinate this annual public event for the Washtenaw community to raise awareness and support for this important issue.

Silent Witness 2018

Each year the crisis center staff at Katy Christian Ministries provides a free program "A Night to Remember Those Lost to Domestic Violence" to community members and direct service providers who work with victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse. We host this memorable event so we can bring awareness of domestic violence to the community.

5K Walk the Walk Domestic Violence Awareness

5K Walk the Walk

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Support Form

Help support VIBS through our Inaugural Walk the Walk!

October is Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

In 2017, VIBS served over 7,000 Suffolk County residents. With your support, we can continue to grow and serve more people. 

Womenspace Annual Benefit

19th – Annual Benefit – “Be the Hero Our Community Needs

Enjoy an evening of delicious gourmet appetizers and cocktails while mingling with friends and community partners. Explore program stations, meet staff and discover the different ways your support makes a direct impact in our community. Each station will have an opportunity for you to donate to that particular program.

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