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Where Hope & Healing Begin
CEO Transition Announcement
Safe Alliance President & CEO Phil Kline announces that he will be retiring from the agency at the end of this year. We all thank Phil for his leadership and years of service to Safe Alliance. We are also very pleased to announce that the Safe Alliance Board of Directors has named Karen Parker to succeed Phil as President & CEO, effective January 1, 2015. Notably, Karen will be the first female to hold the President & CEO position in the organization’s 105 year history.
Follow this link to view the Safe Alliance CEO Transition Announcement:
One in 4 women will be impacted by domestic violence during their life time
3 women are killed each day in the USA by their intimate partner
More than 15 million children are exposed to domestic violence each year in the USA
CMPD responded to more than 36,000 domestic violence related calls last year
The Safe Alliance Domestic Violence Hotline is 704 332 2513
The Jingle Bell Bash is a “Can’t Miss” Holiday Tradition
December 6, 2014
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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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