Carla Pfeiffer via Crowdrise
May 01, 2012
BENEFITING: DAWN - DOMESTIC ABUSE WOMENS NETWORK
ORGANIZER: DAWN - DOMESTIC ABUSE WOMENS NETWORK
DAWN - DOMESTIC ABUSE WOMENS NETWORK wrote -
Mission Possible: Moving To End Domestic Violence.
Team DAWN is an energetic, compassionate group of walkers and runners committed to raising fun and awareness on behalf of Domestic Abuse Women's Network (DAWN). Join the team today by clicking the "Join the Team" box below!
Commit to raising $275 for the November 24th 5k or Kid's Run, or the November 25th marathon or half-marathon and receive these great benefits through DAWN:
- Cover the cost of your entry fee all the way up to race day
- A special Team DAWN Mission Possible t-shirt
- Hands-on training assistance, training tips, group runs, and rallies
- A troupe of compassionate supporters to urge you on
- Special race day perks
Click here to register for the marathon, half-marathon, or 5k race.
Running isn't your thing, but you still would like to raise money on behalf of DAWN? No problem! Skip race registration and join the team!
We ask that any individual walking or running for the team commit to raising $275.
The goal of Team DAWN is to build awareness of DAWN's life-saving programs and services available to survivors of domestic violence by collaborating with our community's running enthusiasts, the companies they work for, and the fitness organizations to which they belong.
DAWN’s mission is to lead and support efforts in south King County communities to end domestic violence by providing the critical services and education for survivors to make informed choices about their future and engaging communities to raise awareness and take action.
DAWN's services include: the only 24-hour Advocacy & Crisis Line in south King County; a continuum of housing program - a 40-bed confidential emergency shelter, an extended stay transitional housing program, and hotel/motel vouchers; community-based advocacy program with legal advocacy, support groups, prevention education to local middle and high school youth, mental health services, and a Kid’s Club program for children (and their moms) affected by domestic violence. Interpretation services and TTP are available. All services are provided free of charge.