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Community Care

Although the work to end intimate partner abuse always will be difficult, safer tomorrows are possible in a community that cares about survivors.

We’re grateful to be the charitable partner of the HollerGirl music festival.

Friends from the Fayette County Master Gardener’s Association toured the farm and shelter.

Teens from the Church of Latter Day Saints painted our fence.

Volunteers from Gray Solutions helped tend to the summer weeds.

Friends from the Redeemed Christian Church of God supported survivors at shelter.

We were honored to be a recipient of the Good Neighbors Grant from Bluegrass REALTORS.

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It’s Time to Talk

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Retail Partners

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Community Care

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Aisley Autumn

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Running for Survivors

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Safety to Flourish

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Nonprofit Impact Award

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Empowered by Plants

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Alltech Partnership

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Damselfly Gallery

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Home Safe Home


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