Offering shelter to victims of domestic violence and abuse
On October 1st, we raised over $70,000 for victims of domestic violence during A Little Night Music for Hope, thanks to your kindness and generosity!
Check out this video of Maya Lloyd from the event speaking about the power and control that victims exert over their abusers. If you missed the event, you can listen to the beautiful music and hear our other outstanding speakers on the event page.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and we will keep fundraising, and show the video, all month long. It is not too late to text Hope40 to 41444 to make a donation!
Pictured below from right to left: 2020 Grammy Nominee Southern Avenue; Robin Hackett from Denver; Neil Spitzer of Gridline; Maya Lloyd, Hope’s Door Asst. Director of Community Services; Leslie Morgan Steiner; Tommy Bowes, featured in Gridline; Eliana from Nashville; Doreen Montalvo from New York City; Darlene Reda, Program Director at the Westchester County Office for Women; Hope’s Door event hosts CarlLa Horton, Executive Director and Phil Morton, Chief Financial Officer.