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This butterfly bookmark is part of the Scavenger Hunt. Click the link above to get more info and start your scavenger hunt here! See the Reporter-Herald article by Shelley Widhalm in the March 28, 2014 print edition, Front Range section, page3A and online here.
This year's Adored event is coming up on Sunday, May 4th from 1-4pm at Ellis Ranch.
ADORED stands for A Day Of Relaxation, Entertainment & Delicacies. This event unites woman for a day at the spa, but to also raise awareness of and funds to serve those affected by Domestic Violence and Sex Assault. All proceeds go to Alternatives to Violence.
Come and enjoy a wide array of services such as eyebrow waxing, mini manicures, get your hair done, get your make up done, get a massage and so much more! If you were to get all of this done at a spa it would cost you well over $150. Get your tickets today for $40.
To purchase tickets and get details, please click here.
A HEART FELT THANK YOU FOR PARTICIPATING IN THIS YEAR'S Colorado Gives Day! If you didn't get a chance to donate to Alternatives to Violence yet this year, it's not too late. Please do not hesitate to show your support for our programs by clicking on the link to the left. Help us provide services to victims of domestic violence. We can't do this important work without you!
Thank you again for your continued support!
Our Board of Directors is happy to announce the selection of our new Executive Director, Glenda Shayne.
Learn more about her here.
We are a non-profit serving Southern Larimer County as victim's rights advocates. We service any victim of violent crime and specialize in domestic violence and sexual assault.
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Have you seen the community display at Immanuel Lutheran Church? October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We have been privileged to work with Immanuel to display 280 purple flags representing the number of houses in Loveland that have been affected by domestic violence over the last year.
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