HomeGoods Helps Stop Violence
Apr 27, 2006
For the third year in a row, HomeGoods stores nationwide will partner with the Family Violence Prevention Fund (FVPF) in a national education and fundraising campaign.
Beginning on April 27th and running through May 14th, HomeGoods customers nationwide will have access to information and resources on how to talk with young people about preventing violence in their homes, schools and communities. In addition, customers will have an opportunity to support the FVPF by donating $1.
In support of this year’s effort, HomeGoods deepened its commitment to ending violence against women and children by publishing a special edition of Connect, the FVPF’s mini-magazine that shows parents how to talk with their daughters and sons about violence prevention.
“HomeGoods is an extraordinary partner in the work to stop violence and reach out to youth,” said FVPF President Esta Soler. “We are enormously grateful for the company’s generosity and its ongoing commitment to this work.”
To learn more about the campaign and HomeGoods, visit www.endabuse.org