Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “At the center of non-violence stands the principle of love.” Today, on Martin Luther King day, let us celebrate Martin Luther’s legacy and promote a legacy of non-violence in Denver.
Change does not happen overnight; it happens one individual at a time. Let us respect one another in peace and love. Domestic violence is a progressive crime that destroys the hearts and minds of the victims affected by it. As Martin Luther King, Jr. would say, only light can drive out darkness, and only love can drive out hate.
With your help, let us drive out the shadows cast by domestic violence. Lend your support to the cause. Shed light on the cause by speaking out and making your voice known. The only way to stop violence is to speak out against it.
SafeHouse Denver is a resource for victims of domestic violence and their children. They provide emergency counseling and resources including advocacy to victims of domestic abuse. They provide bilingual resources including advocacy and safety planning.
SafeHouse Denver supports many fundraisers to raise money for women and children in need of support. Please help domestic abuse survivors find strength and become independent! Tickets are now available for the annual Warren Miller Film Screening, held Thursday January 21, 2010 and the fourth annual Mile High Mardi Gras fundraiser. Help support the cause. Click Here to learn more!