Hear from two survivors who were helped by Hope’s Door after honorees Penney and Gerry Klingman encouraged them to seek help.
Hear from a Hope’s Door survivor as she speaks at our 2015 Annual Fall Luncheon.
The Journal News article in response to the murder of Scarsdale resident Robin Goldman: Well-to-do domestic violence victims hide in shadows at their peril
Pleasantville Daily Voice – Pleasantville’s Hope’s Door Aims to Erase Stigma of Domestic Abuse
The Lange family and their caring staff are a perfect example of continued and big-hearted support. Read about what they do for Hope’s Door here: Chappaqua Daily Voice article: Chappaqua’s Lange’s Deli Helps Pleasantville’s Hope’s Door Chappaqua-Mount Kisco Patch article: Praise for Lange’s Deli and Little Store from Hope’s Door
Regional News Network’s Richard French show: Hope’s Door – Empowering The Lives of Domestic Violence Survivors
Hope’s Door, formerly the Northern Westchester Shelter, has been serving victims of domestic violence and their families throughout Westchester for 35 years. Originally started as a safe haven with few temporary beds, Hope’s Door has progressed into a multi-service domestic violence organization, with a multi-cultural 24/7 bilingual hotline and emergency shelter staffed with counselors that […]
Coverage of Hope’s Door’s 35th Annual Spring Gala on Friday, April 24, 2015 The Record Review – Hope’s Door Celebrates 35th Anniversary at the Apawamis Club in Rye Pleasantville Daily Voice – Pleasantville’s Hope’s Door Honors Local Supporter at 35th Spring Gala Rye Patch – Hope’s Door to Hold Spring Gala in Rye April 24
Hear from two survivors of domestic violence as they tell their stories and how they were able to get help from Hope’s Door. The Journal News article: Ray Rice case: Spotlight shines on domestic violence