October 5, 2019
Wisner Park, Elmira, NY
Free Admission

Join us to remember those who have lost their lives due to domestic violence, to honor those who are survivors of domestic violence, and to educate ourselves on the warning signs and effects of domestic violence on children. Be sure to wear purple, the color of domestic violence awareness or purchase your Event T-shirt at the events!

Families Welcome!
5 pm – Live Remote with Ally Payne from WINK106
5:30 pm – Vendor Tables, Face Painting, Free Hamburgers and Hot Dogs from The Salvation Army Canteen Truck
6 pm – Program featuring Local Officials, Prevention Education, Candlelight Ceremony, Police Processional & The Caledonian Highlanders Pipe and Drum Band

Made possible by community partners!
In partnership with the Elmira Police Department‘s Victim Services Program, The Salvation Army’s Safehouse & First Step Victim Services Program of Catholic Charities of Chemung/Schuyler Counties.

Special thanks to our Planning Committee: Lindsay Baker, Kim Bourgeois, Deane Gardner, Stefanie Holton, Kristine Morseman, Katie Rhodes, Lori Waters, Brenda Woodard

Take a Hike, Domestic Violence! Event Page

Make a Gift to Help Local Survivors through First Step Victim Services

Resources for Teens and Children: Early Childhood Books, Books on Trauma & Violence, Books for Teens & Children