DVAC is facing a shortfall in FY 2020, and our upcoming events help us raise much needed funds for our agency. We are embracing the principle “Divine Abundance follows the law of service and generosity. Give and then receive. Give to the world the best you have, and the best will come back to you.” As we end the first quarter of fiscal year 2020, it is with some anxiety that we seek greater support from our community. Your radical generosity will help lift us up as we wrestle with the shortfall we are burdened by. Won’t you help us close the gap?
Please keep checking this page, as more events for the month will be posted up soon.
Don’t miss this riveting author talk session by Rachel Louise Snyder! Come to the John A. Burns School of Medicine for this free event, open to the public. She’ll share her research and insight from her most recent book, No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us. Call (808) 474-3534 for more info.
With a successful 2019 Chipping Away at Domestic Violence Golf Tournament, we are excited another great turnout for 2020! Click here for more information.
In partnership with the Domestic Violence Action Center, Artist Lynda Hess is creating a walk in installation of 1,000 red rimmed, white ceramic flowers in the spirit of 1,000 cranes of Japanese tradition, to raise awareness, memorialize, honor and promote healing for female victims of violence. To find out more, click here or on the image above.