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Only 292 days before the start of DVAM 2019...

La Crosse Take Back The Night

UWL students plan domestic violence awareness march Oct. 17

UWL students are teaming up with community organizations and other La Crosse higher education institutions to organize a domestic violence awareness march Wednesday, Oct. 17 as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month activities happening throughout October.

Domestic Violence Awareness Walk & Wreath of Hope Ceremony

Join the YWCA Oklahoma City, The Oklahoma Office of Attorney General, Oklahoma Department of Human Services and community leaders as we support domestic violence victims and remember those lives lost to domestic violence during our 6th Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Walk.

The walk will begin at 9:30 a.m., starting from the Sequoyah State Building and ending on the OK State Capitol South Lawn. The Wreath of Hope Ceremony will begin at 10:00 a.m. which will host guest speakers and a rose presentation. 

This event is free and open to the public. 

Take Back the Night Silent March & Rally

Women's Coalition of St. Croix invites everyone to stand in solidarity with survivors and honor those whose lives have been taken through domestic violence in our local and global communities. Wear purple, and bring a candle and a friend! Join us in Frederiksted for the 37th Annual Take Back the Night Silent March and Rally. We start on Strand Street at the Fish Market and walk in silence to the Eliza McBean Clock Tower at the waterfront.

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. 

11th Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Walk

Join us for 2 miles through beautiful, historic, downtown Edgartown and support victims/survivors of domestic violence.

Edgartown 
Park & Ride Lot
REGISTRATION - 10:45 AM
WALK - 11:00AM

For more information or to pre-register please contact  774-549-9667 x106 or ibrito@mvcommunityservices.com 

Prayer, Praise, & Purple Awareness Walk in the Park

Eden Joy Outreach Ministries, together with Beauty 4 Ashes Women Ministry, presents its first annual Prayer, Praise, & Purple Awareness Walk in the Park.

This FREE awareness event will highlight survivors' testimonials in an effort to free others who may be affected and remember those who have lost their lives to senseless acts of domestic violence. 

8th Annual Walk Against Domestic Violence

Join us for Family Centered Services of Connecticut's 8th Annual Walk Against Domestic Violence as we Shine a Light on Domestic Violence. This year we will walk through East Rock in New Haven, CT, followed by your chance to win some incredible raffle prizes.  Make sure to bring your whole family to show your support as we speak out against domestic violence while enjoying lunch and Ashley's Ice Cream after the walk! 

UTSA Take Back The Night

6:00 PM- Create Banners

7:00 PM- Presentation begins

7:20 PM- March  

UTSA and the  surrounding community will come together to create banners, listen to speakers, participate in a march around campus, and conclude with poetry reading. Take Back the Night's purpose is to raise awareness about gender-based violence and to advocate the right of everyone to feel safe from structural violence. 

Take Back the Night

Take Back the Night is an annual event providing a forum for domestic violence survivors and supporters to gather and find healing, empowerment, and a voice to speak out against domestic violence. In addition to a speak out, march, and rally, there is also a drumming circle and candlelight vigil honoring victims and survivors of domestic violence.  Advocates and counselors will also be available.

Take Back the Night

Take Back the Night is an annual event providing a forum for domestic violence survivors and supporters to gather and find healing, empowerment, and a voice to speak out against domestic violence. In addition to a speak out, march, and rally, there is also a drumming circle and candlelight vigil honoring victims and survivors of domestic violence.  Our clothesline project and silent witness exhibit are also on display.
Advocates and counselors will also be available.

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