Domestic Violence Rally 2020 Washington Capitol

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Come be a volunteer at the 2nd annual Domestic Violence Rally at the Washington Capitol Domestic Violence Rally 3 day summit. We will be having a:

  • DAY 1- Rally / Vigil Washington Capitol
  • DAY 2- A summit to meet with State Representatives and Senators on Day 2 to change laws in our states
  • DAY 3- Banquet for volunteers, leaders, representatives, senators, and nonprofits on day three.
Help us to organize, talk to our leaders, be in our media relations and social media and help direct our 5,000 nationwide invitation.
We need your help to spread the word to change the laws and be a voice for those have lost their lives to Domestic Violence.
We need social media outreach, administrative assistance, legislative assistance, event planning assistance, and many more areas to spread your wings and assist and volunteer.

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3909 Findley Rd, Woodbridge, VA 22193, US

Mission Statement

Assist with housing and community aid services for women and children affected & inflicted by the issues of Domestic Violence, IPV, and Human & Sexual Trafficking for 6 months. Services we provide Family Advocacy and soon transitional home access


What do we want?

  • Transitional Home

  • Safe Haven

  • Quality housing

  • We want to provide 6-month sustainability and turn around service aid for women and children affected by IPV & DV.

  • Family Advocacy Assistance

    How will this help our communities?‚Äč

  • Due to the number of human trafficking, sex trafficking, and Domestic Violence in Prince William County, we need transitional homes that assist our local area county agencies. Especially our police officers, sheriffs departments, and other county agencies that will alleviate the burden in our community.

  • We want to ensure an extended stay in our transitional home of 6 months rather than the max of 21 days. This will give us time for healthy mental assessment & aid, group psychological help, and on the job training and parental support.

  • Most victims who feel supported and are in a group or getting help from a therapist and are financially stable are more likely not to return to their abuser. And will feel safer rather than those who have no safety of financial or emotional support.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Crisis Support


Thu Oct 01, 2020 - Sat Oct 03, 2020
12:00 PM - 10:00 PM  


East Capitol Street NEFirst Street SEWashington, DC 20016



  • Event Design & Planning
  • Strategic Planning
  • Public Advocacy
  • Office Reception
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Administrative Support


  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • We need volunteers to commit at least 1-3 hours to the cause and be accessible to Zoom meetings or Virtual meeting Through Microsoft Teams

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