A lot of raving fans of Ridgewood Moving Services (Ridgewood Movers) are familiar with the Center of Hope and Safety. This is because we are huge supporters of this nonprofit organization’s mission to stop domestic violence and make the world a safer place. Not only do they have a 24-hour hotline in order to provide immediate help to those who are in need, they also give victims a place to stay and rehabilitate themselves. As a result, Ridgewood Moving has proudly supported this organization for many years.
We would like to invite you on behalf of the Center of Hope and Safety to the Walk Together Against Domestic Violence! This an event that is the first of its kind and we’re very excited about it. It will be held at Van Saun Park on Saturday, October 15 at 9:30 AM and people of all ages can participate. All participants will be expected to register and check in beforehand, so please show up a little earlier if you can.
For more details, please read the letter below written by the Director of Development Jean Kirch. The original post was written on the Center for Hope and Safety’s homepage, which you can see by clicking here. You can also use that link to learn more about the nonprofit organization as well! Without further ado, here’s Jean’s letter about the upcoming walk:
It’s time to mark your calendar and save-the-date for our first ever Walk TOGETHER Against Domestic Violence. We know you’re very busy, which us why we’re letting you know about this event far in advance. October is National Domestic Violence Awareness month and you can help us raise awareness in Bergen County by participating in our walk. Walk alone or form a team of family members, friends, co-workers, and/or co-members of an organization. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.
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