On October 2, LifeWire board Member and Redmond resident, Andrew Farrell, helped the Redmond City Council proclaim October as Domestic Violence Action Month.
Farrell, who also president of Symetra Securities Inc., joined LifeWire’s board at the beginning of 2018.
Read full coverage at the Redmond Reporter.
privacy at the ballot box
Survivors of domestic violence often go to great lengths to keep themselves safe. For some, that means choosing between privacy and convenience.
For one Washington state survivor, the struggle to keep her address private meant giving up voting. KUOW spoke with LifeWire’s executive director, Rachel Krinsky, about the challenges survivors like her face when trying to vote.
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Brighten the holidays for the domestic violence survivors and families by joining us in our 2018 Holiday of Hope Program!
How to Get Involved
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Domestic Violence Action Month (DVAM) launched nationwide in 1987 as a way to connect and unite individuals and organizations working to end domestic violence. Over the last three decades, we have made significant progress by bringing the issue of domestic violence out of the shadows and working towards a society where everyone is free from abuse. There is much left to do.
Safe and healthy families are the key to ensuring safe and vibrant communities. We each have the power to change our culture of violence to one of kindness and compassion through words and our actions.
Join us this October for a month of action and awareness.
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