WSOC-TV blogged/posted about Art With Heart 2014 on their Website and Social Media outlets.
For our Spanish speaking friends, clients and supporters, Safe Alliance was featured on the front page of Hola Noticias discussing our shelter services for Hispanic/Latinos.
Ramona Holloway and Eugene Robinson interview AWH Co-chairs Katherine Daly and Hillary Lacouture, advancing the 2014 Art With Heart Auction.
AWH Co-Chair Hillary Lacouture is interviewed by anchor Rob Boisvert in a TWC News “In-Depth” report about Art With Heart 2014
Olivia Fortson of the Charlotte Observer tours our DV Shelter and previews Art With Heart
WCCB-TV Anchor Christine Noel interviewed Safe Alliance Director of Counseling Brandy Stephens about a disturbing social media trend.
Dayvee Sutton of Charlotte Today on NBC Charlotte produced this DVAM report that tells a survivor story and how local agencies including Safe Alliance respond.
Doctors and Lawyers walk the runway at Fighting for Women with Fashion — Great photo collage by Photographer Daniel Coston.
Thanks to Jessica Groover Pacek and the Concord Independent Tribune for this article about “Walk in Her Shoes.”
The Piper Glen Womens Club has been a great friend to Safe Alliance.
Charlotte Observer photographer Todd Sumlin captured these powerful images at the Safe Alliance Partner Luncheon.
Please read this powerful story by Charlotte Observer reporter Lindsay Reubens about Ron and Jan Kimble speaking at our Safe Alliance Partner Luncheon.
Here is News 14 Reporter Becky Bereiter’s story about Jan and Ron Kimble addressing our Safe Alliance Partner Luncheon.
WCNC-TV Anchor Ben Thompson spoke with Jan and Ron Kimble at our Safe Alliance Partner Luncheon and filed this report.
Safe Alliance Board Members Jan and Ron Kimble prepared this editorial about their daughter Jamie Kristine Kimble that appeared (10/16/2013) in the Charlotte Observer.
WSOC-TV Anchor Erica Bryant interviews Jan and Ron Kimble about the death of their beloved daughter Jamie to domestic violence.
The Lake Norman News (Charlotte Observer) reports that Lake Norman area residents will discuss domestic violence realities and solutions. Safe Alliance is participating as issues advocates/experts on the panel.
The Charlotte Observer posted this news brief about “Steps for Change.”
Safe Alliance President & CEO Phil Kline was interviewed about the mission of Safe Alliance in this article that appeared in the Charlotte Business Journal and Philanthropy North Carolina.
WCNC Anchor Amy Cowman interviews a DV Survivor and profiles the important information shared at the Domestic Violence at the Workplace Summit.
Safe Alliance Chief Advancement Officer Karen Parker is interviewed by News 14 about Fighting for Women with Fashion — and DV Awareness Month.
Safe Alliance Chief Advancement Officer Karen Parker interviewed by WBTV about the potential impact of the government shutdown on Domestic Violence programs and services.
Charlotte Observer Society Editor Olivia Fortson — a great friend to Safe Alliance — blogged about the relationship between Fighting for Women with Fashion and Safe Alliance.
This News 14 “In-Depth” interview features Verizon Executive Laurie Severino discussing the importance of the Safe Alliance Domestic Violence at the Workplace Summit.
WSOC-TV Tenikka Smith produced this story about the findings of the DV Fatality Review Board — including an interview with Safe Alliance’s Jane Taylor.
This podcast on CBS radio features an inteview with Wendy Allen as she promotes “Walk in Her Shoes” that benefits Safe Alliance.
WCNC-TV reporter Anne Sheridan profiles Verizon Wireless and its leadership efforts in workplace safety in advance of the Domestic Violence in the Workplace Summit.
Jamie Adams of the DA’s Office was interviewed about prosecuting DV cases and the importance of domestic violence awareness month/”Steps for Change.”
Wonderful story by News 14 as the DVA and Friendship Gardens installed beautiful raised gardens at the Clyde and Ethel Dickson Domestic Violence Shelter.
WCNC-TV produced this Survivor Story to assist Safe Alliance as we recognize Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
When Safe Alliance needed to recruit Rape Crisis Companions across our coverage area, WSOC-TV and Erica Bryant produced this Family Focus Report.
We are all so proud of WSOC-TV anchor –and Safe Alliance Board Member — Erica Bryant. Her powerful story is featured on the cover of Today’s Charlotte Woman Magazine.
We appreciate this report by Jackson Sveen of the Huntersville Herald about Amy Putnan, and her work as the Safe Alliance Victim Advocate in North Mecklenburg.
Thanks to News 14 reporter Kate Gaier for this report about One Million Rising at Freedom Park 2/14/2014
Outstanding editorial/opinion piece by Taylor Batten of the Charlotte Observer about the rollout of the eNOugh Violence campaign.
Art With Heat Emcees Colleen Odegaard and Ramona Hollaway of WCNC-TV’s Charlotte Today interviewed Hillary Lacoutue and Katherine Daly for this AWH preview.
Mooresville Tribune reporter Megan Sprague interviewed AWH co-chairs Hillary Lacouture and Katherine Daly for this story that appeared on the front page of the paper.
Safe Alliance Chief Advancement Officer Karen Parker was interviewed by WSOC-TV Anchor Tenikka Smith about the challenges facing VAWA.
Check out this wonderful coverage (12/31/2012) by Olivia Fortson of the Charlotte Observer about Art With Heart Co-Chairs Katherine Daly and Hillary Lacouture.
This story about our new Domestic Violence Shelter (12/14/2012) by reporter Mark Price appeared on the front page of the Charlotte Observer.
We received outstanding television coverage of the opening of the Clyde and Ethel Dickson Domestic Violence Shelter 12/13/2012.. Here are stories from WSOC-TV, WBTV and WCNC-TV.
Great coverage of our Safe Alliance brand rollout by the Huntersville Herald.
This editorial by Taylor Batten features our New Safe Alliance Domestic Violence Shelter in The Charlotte Observer 12/13/2012
Reporter Jessica Groover Pacek of the Independent Tribune produced this story about the announcement of our new brand — Safe Alliance — in Cabarrus county.
Thanks to WSOC-TV Anchor Erica Bryant for this report about our Holiday Store 2012.
Wonderful blog in the Charlotte Observer by Olivia Fortson about the Jingle Bell Bash, the new Safe Alliance brand, and a domestic violence survivor.
The November 27th Safe Alliance press conference announcing the new name and brand was covered by several television stations.
Safe Alliance (formerly United Family Services) Board Chair John Tighe and his wife Kristie were featured in this Charlotte Observer article about people lending a helping hand to those in crisis during the holidays.
WSOC -TV interviewed Kelly Coyne about the new domestic violence lethality screen now being utilized by CMPD.
More coverage of our domestic violence in the workplace executive summit by WSOC-TV.
News 14 Anchor Elise Roberts prepared this story about our domestic violence in the workplace executive summit.
WBTV Anchor Kristen Miranda interviews Chief Advancement Officer Karen Parker about Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the Domestic Violence in the Workplace Executive Summit underwriten by Verizon.
WSOC-TV reporter Tenikkah Smith prepared this story advancing our Domestic Violence Executive Summit that takes place November 2, 2012 at Foundation for the Carolinas.
Congratulations to Community Matters: Insurance Partners of Charlotte, which was profiled by reporter Mark Price in today’s (10/10/2012) Charlotte Observer for its work supporting United Family Services. http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2012/10/09/3587261/insurance-industry-effort-to-help.html
Karen Parker’s interview with News 14 Carolinas Rob Boisvert about protecting children from sexual assault.http://charlotte.news14.com/content/in_depth/665076/in-depth–karen-parker–united-family-services
Chief Advancement Officer Karen Parker was interviewed by News 14 reporter Kate Gaier about how United Family Services stands ready to serve the needs of our clients during The Democratic National Convention. http://charlotte.news14.com/content/top_stories/662676/charlotte-agency-will-still-help-clients-despite-building-closures-during-dnc