If you are in danger call 911.
Or reach the National Domestic Violence Hotline
at 1­-800-799-7233 or TTY 1­-800-787-3224.
review these safety tips.

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Only 307 days before the start of DVAM 2016...

Pearls & Pinstripes 2014

Break out your pearls and pinstripes for a great cause and a fun night! Pearls & Pinstripes is Tennessee Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence's annual fundraising gala. It's a night to celebrate survivors and take a stand against rape and abuse. This year's event will be held on October 9, 2014 at the beautiful Hutton Hotel in downtown Nashville. The evening will include dinner, entertainment, and live and silent auctions. Watch the Coalition's website at for further details and ticket purchasing information.

DVAM 2014 Partnership Reception

ReCARnation is donating $100 to the Domestic Violence Resource Center of NM (DVRC) for every car sold through the month of October. Join DVRC and ReCARnation for a reception to announce their partnership on Wednesday, October 1, from 1-5pm. There will be music by Trisha O’Keefe, food, beverages and raffle tickets for a chance to win a gift from Keshet Dance Company. 

Zumbathon® Event

In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Casa de Esperanza is sponsoring a Zumbathon Event for community members to come together, join the party, and take a stand against domestic violence. This event will include 90 minutes of Zumba offered by certified instructors, as well as a 30-minute presentation on domestic violence awareness and healthy communities. It is a free event, but optional donations of household and/or personal items for families staying at the shelter are accepted. 

Chefs Take a Stand

On October 9th, Chefs Take a Stand will return to our nation’s capital! The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) is once again partnering with some of DC’s finest women chefs and mixologists to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). VAWA is truly groundbreaking legislation and has been making a positive difference in the lives of victims since 1994.

Fierce Woman Found Ministries 6th Annual "Light The Night" Violence Awareness event

SAVE THE DATE: Join us as we celebrate our 6th Annual "Light The Night" Speak Out Against Violence Event, including Project Clothesline, Voices of the Soul Art/Spoken Word Display, Community March and Fundraiser. For more information on Fierce Woman Found Ministries, visit our website at or email Executive Director, Pastor Michelle Soto at

Ten Thousand Villages “Women Against Abuse Day”

Calling all shoppers! Ten Thousand Villages, a fair trade store featuring unique, handmade items from around the world, is hosting a “Women Against Abuse Day” on October 13 from 12:00pm to 5pm. The store at 1122 Walnut Street, in Center City Philadelphia, will donate 15% of Sunday’s net sales to Women Against Abuse.

3rd Annual "Speak Your Peace Against Domestic Violence" Party

Speak Your Peace Against Domestic Violence invites the community to join them for a night of music and dancing on Friday, October 25 at 7:30pm at the Astor Hotel in Milwaukee, WI. The program includes speakers, poets, and survivors with a strong male focus. The keynote speaker, hosts, DJ and live band are all males. There will also be a presentation of men who stand against domestic violence.

Come Back to Center

Join Long Island Yoga Center for Yoga/Meditation Class with a theme of Ahimsa, which in yoga means non violence, a way of honoring oneself and others, building selfworth and establishing boundries. Come back to center - in support of The Retreat, domestic violence agency. Cost of class is $20 of which 70% will be donated to The Retreat. The Retreat's services include shelter, hotline, counseling, advocacy, prevention education and community outreach. Long Island Yoga Center is located at 170 East Main Street, Babylon, NY 11702.

1st Annual Purple Paw Project

The ASPCA estimates that up to 48% of women stay in abusive situations longer because they fear for the safety and well-being of their pets. Additionally, pets that live in domestic violence situations are 11 times more likely to be abused as well. Unfortunately, because very few domestic violence shelters can accommodate pets, victims face the terrible decision of either leaving their pets in a dangerous environment, or giving up their furry loved ones. Brighter Tomorrows is acutely aware of this gap in domestic violence services and the emotional toll it can take on our clients.