We are Safe Alliance
Where Hope & Healing Begin
Safe Alliance proudly announces that the 17th annual Men For Change Breakfast and Silent Auction will take place Wednesday May 14, 2014, at Bank of America Stadium. Doors open at 7 AM.
We are honored to announce that two prominent city leaders will be our keynote speakers this year: Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department Chief Rodney Monroe and Deputy City Manager Ron Kimble. Tragically, Chief Monroe lost a sister to domestic violence and Ron Kimble’s daughter was murdered by a violent abuser. Domestic violence touches each and every segment of our society. These leaders will share their stories and offer opportunities for men to join the movement and take a more active role in working to end domestic violence. We cannot expect women to fight this battle alone.
Men For Change is an invitation-only event. Table captains recruit friends, business associates and Safe Alliance supporters to the breakfast and silent auction with the goal that attendees will make generous financial donations to support the domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and trauma services provided by Safe Alliance.
If you would like to know more about Men For Change and the work of Safe Alliance in our community, please contact Safe Alliance Chief Advancement Officer Karen Parker at Karen.email@example.com or (704) 367 2760.
Gifts of Hope & Safe Alliance Mother’s Day Cards
At Safe Alliance we have two great ways to renew your commitment to hope and healing- by purchasing a Gift of Hope or making a donation in honor of someone special to celebrate Mother’s Day!
Gifts of Hope bearing our signature Lotus Flower include bracelets, earrings, key chains, sun catchers, lapel pins, scarves and coasters as well as advocacy totes. To purchase a gift of hope click http://www.safealliance.org/gifts-of-hope/
You may also make a donation to Safe Alliance and we will send a Mother’s Day card notifying the recipient of the donation made in their honor. To make a Mother’s day Donation go to http://www.safealliance.org/get-involved/donate/
All purchases and donations support survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse and trauma.
It’s NOT Safe Alliance Contacting You!
If you are being solicited for clothing by phone or by mailers and donation bags left at your home it is NOT Safe Alliance! We are aware that these types of solicitations are occurring throughout our region and donors are being told that the donations are for domestic violence victims. We do not know of the group making the solicitations and do not know where the donations are going. We only know only that the donations do not come to clients of Safe Alliance.
Safe Alliance DOES NOT solicit monetary or clothing donations by telephone EVER. If you are receiving this type of solicitation and are unsure of the validity of the soliciting organization or their practices you may contact the North Carolina Attorney General’s Office Consumer Protection Division to file a complaint at 1-877-5-NO-SCAM (1-877-566-7226), at (919) 716-6000 from outside of North Carolina, or at (919) 716-0058 for Spanish speakers. You may also access their complaint form at http://www.ncdoj.gov/complaint.aspx.
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