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There are a variety of ways you can help fight back against domestic violence in our community.
A big THANK YOU to Laura King, Shara Volk, Melissa Lebo, Laura Nelson, Susan Schwin, Stephanie Allen McDowelle, Wendy Winstead, Mary Beth Swanner, Canesha Carney, Lindsey Smith, Shelia Banson, Kimberly Miller and the many on hand volunteers from My Sisters Closet that made our Designer Sale a HUGE success!
THANK YOU to St. James Church for your lent donation!!
Your safety and the safety of your children is our focus. Leaving abuse takes planning. Let us help you. Click on the link above for a downloadable plan.
Are you and/or a group of you interested in providing for a family in need this Holiday Season? Here's how you can help:
Monetary Donations: Donate a money through our PayPal account.
Gift Cards: Help empower our clients with the opportunity to shop for their children themselves by donating gift cards in various denominations to various stores for this Holiday Season.
Gas Cards: Help a victim fuel their car to get to and from their new job, to and from interviews, or maybe even to get home for the Holidays to be with their family.
Food: Donate healthy, non-perishable foods for our pantry, or grocery store gift cards so our client may purchase what they need when they need it.
Our mission is to break the cycle of domestic violence while enhancing individual self-sufficiency and promoting healthy family relationships.
The Center for Family Violence Prevention is a private, non-profit agency primarily funded by state, federal government grants, United Way, churches, civic and community groups, individuals and other private donors. Through this funding, the Center for Family Violence Prevention provides a variety of services and resources to victims of domestic violence. the Center for Family Violence Prevention is committed to breaking the cycle of domestic violence and promoting healthy family relationships in our community.
We provide a variety of support programs for victims of domestic violence & their families.
Take our survey, find additional resources, follow our blog.
Our programs & services are made possible through funding provided by
Phil Dixon, Jr., Chairman
Richard Allsbrook, Vice Chairman
Conrad Paysour III, Secretary
Leisa Fuller, Treasurer
Sgt. Romeo Garcia
Center for Family Violence Prevention
150 E. Arlington Blvd. Suite D. Greenville, NC 27858