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1. To raise awareness about domestic violence in our community specifically how it affects teenagers and young adults.
2. To support and heal families who have lost loved one's due to domestic violence.
3. To acquire resources that support prevention of domestic violence, intervention efforts, and services for the community.
WHY THE FOUNDATION WAS FORMED?
Sherri Jackson was a beautiful woman. Sherri was caught in a net, with no were to run, too embarrassed and ashamed to get help from others. She tried to get out, to get away on her own. He killed her, buried her in the backyard of his mother's house and for 19 months hid her from everyone who loved her. In part of a plea bargain, Decarlo Bennett agreed to tell the District Attorney office where he buried her body. He was summons to come out and tell the correct location to dig and find Sherri's remains. We recovered the remains of Sherri on June 26, 2008 about 1:30pm, in the backyard of her estranged boyfriend's home. She was only 27 years old and had a whole life ahead of her.
SERVING THE COMMUNITY PROGRAMS:
1. Teen education and awareness events.
2. Peer community outreach programs
3. Peer advocacy educational training
4. Interactive role play for prevention.
5. Peer to peer education and training.
6. Elementary and secondary prevention training through peer outreach discussion groups.
7. Peer to peer training in African American churches that serve our targeted population.
8. Women Empowering Women Workshops
*Victim support group and referral services
*Free 50B/C Protection Orders Clinic
9. Lost Victims services for healing and remembrance, forums, and workshops.
10. Intervention Saving The Lives of Women, One life at a Time Workshop a 6 weeks/20-Hour Intensive Training Session (Open to the Public)
- Portia Shipman
- 336 510-9292
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