Regional News Network’s Richard French show: Ending domestic violence: Survivors share their stories
Hope’s Door participated in The Allstate Foundation’s Purple Purse Challenge running from September 2, 2014 – October 3, 2014. Hope’s Door successfully raised $15,937 through this fundraising campaign. New York Nonprofit Press article: Hope’s Door Selected for Allstate’s Purple Purse Challenge
Read and watch some of the press coverage Hope’s Door received in light of domestic violence being spotlighted in the national news. The Journal News article: Pro/Con: Ray Rice, zero tolerance and redemption The Journal News article: YWCA calls for action against domestic violence Regional News Network video: Rice Assault Case (part 1) Regional News Network video: […]
Hear from Margie, a survivor helped by Hope’s Door, as she speaks with Richard French on RNN about why she stayed in an abusive relationship, and why she finally left.
Learn about the three components of the Love Shouldn’t Hurt teen dating abuse program: educational teen dating abuse prevention workshops, STAR (Students Terminating Abusive Relationships), and the Annual Teen Symposium. Hear from three teachers from Westchester County that were honored at the Hope’s Door 2014 Annual Spring Gala on why they’re involved with the Love Shouldn’t […]
Watch the video: RFL Host Richard French spoke with two survivors of domestic abuse, who discussed their experiences and how they broke free out of the relationships that harmed them. Hope’s Door is here to help.
Video: CarlLa Horton, Executive Director of Hope’s Door & NY Senator Ruth Hassell Thompson Take Action
RFL Host Richard French spoke with Carlla Horton, the executive director of Hope’s Door and New York Senator Ruth Hassell-Thompson about raising awareness and changing laws to help domestic abuse victims.
Hope’s Door Annual Spring Gala: Friday, April 25th Tappan Hill Mansion, Tarrytown, NY Press Coverage: Westchester Rising: Hope’s Door Honors Three Westchester Teachers New York Nonprofit Press: Hope’s Door Raises Over $100K at Spring Gala