Join the Washington County Coordinated Community Response Team for their 4th Annual Race To Safety: Family Violence Stops Here 5K Run/Walk. This year’s race will start and finish in Regner Park, West Bend. The route is a flat, fast scenic route incorporating the Eisenbahn Trail. A 1/4 mile Children’s Fun Run will be held prior to the start of the race.
Domestic Violence affects the entire family - even the family pet. To raise awareness of the correlation and prevalence of animal abuse in violent homes, Bolton Refuge House is inviting the public to bring their dog and walk with their best friend for domestic violence awareness.
Every day, inMotion's free legal services make happy endings and new beginnings possible for battered women and their children—story by story, case by case. Join the 1,000 inMotion supporters and their friends who will come together to climb 43 stories of the 245 Park Avenue skyscraper, located one block from Grand Central Terminal. Your participation will raise vital financial support and awareness for inMotion.
Stride Against Violence is Apna Ghar's annual 5k run/walk to kick off domestic violence awareness month. Join us on September 30 to raise awareness and funds for survivors of domestic violence. For more information about the event, visit www.strideagainstviolence.org.
This is a family-friendly, 5K walk. Feel free to register your kids and bring your dog. Whether you register as an individual or a team; together we can all take a stand against domestic violence. Angels Against Abuse benefits both Groundwork Domestic Violence Program and Suzy's Caring Place Transitional Living Program.
Mutual Ground's 5th Annual Walk for Hope will be a family-friendly 5K walk from Fabyan to Wilson and back to Fabyan. This fun event will include refreshments, children's activities and entertainment. But–you don’t have to ‘do the walk’ to take part. Raise money by creating a page and emailing the link to your contacts: http://www.firstgiving.com/mutualground/walk-for-hope-2012.
The 1st Annual Ray of Hope Walk to End Violence Against Women (ROHW) is a 5K walk that will feature various performances, informational brochures and inspirational guest speakers whom are survivors. The goal of the event is to bring the issue of violence against women from darkness to light by providing a platform of awareness and demonstrating the power of community involvement. This year, the National Organization for Women (NOW) has been chosen as the recipient of the monetary donations that will be collected.