I Stand With Hope House Against Domestic Violence from Hope House on Vimeo.
Ask Me Why iCare
iCare is an awareness and fundraising campaign supporting Hope House. This campaign will take place throughout the month of October which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The iCare Campaign will enable Hope House to raise critical funding to support the programs and resources needed to assist those impacted by domestic violence while working to end the cycle of domestic violence.
Individuals Awareness Activities:
Someone I know has been impacted by domestic violence. Someone you know has been impacted by domestic violence. In fact, 1 in 3 women will be affected by domestic violence in their lifetime. Jackson County has one of the highest rates of reports of domestic violence in the state of Missouri. I think you’ll agree that that is completely unacceptable! It’s time to blatantly bring this issue into the light. Remove the stigma, the taboo, of talking about it. Show our support to those who have been abused, and help those who are trying to escape a violent situation.
Join people throughout the community who will be taking the "iCare" pledge by raising awareness of the domestic violence problem in our community and raising funds for Hope House to help save lives.
For more information:
Bloom Salon LLC
Budget Blinds of Lee's Summit
Community Christian Church
Community Services League
Great Southern Bank
House of Heavilin Beauty College
Integrity Group Real Estate
Kennedy's Custom Jewelers
Premier Income Partners
Southside Bar & Grille
The Brown Team-REMAX Heritage
The Historic Browning Inn
Truman Medical Center - Lakewood
Hope House's mission is to break the cycle of domestic violence by providing safe refuge and supportive services that educate and empower those impacted by domestic violence. Hope House will advocate social change that protects and engenders a person's right to live a life free of abuse.