Dating links new service
Dating links new service
She successfully co-chaired the campaign to open and sustain the new Morris Family Justice Center, raising $1.2 million in six months.Lee was also noted as an inquisitive, compassionate, thoughtful leader with an upbeat, can-do spirit whose generosity, vision and talent and have made a profound difference in the lives of many.
“We are so grateful for the generous contributions of Verizon, Page Hill Foundation, Ronald Mc Donald House Charities (Tri-State Chapter), and Cathy and Blake Ellman for making this possible." 2017 ANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC RAISES HOPE Our 18th Annual Verizon Hope Classic raised more than 3,000 toward the protection of victims and the prevention of domestic violence. ) LEE ACCEPTS DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD AT GRAND TASTINGS EVENT Patricia Lee accepts the Distinguished Service Award for her extraordinary service to the JBWS Board of Directors and the campaign co-chair of the successful Morris Family Justice Center's fundraising campaign.
Each year, more than 6,000 people call the Morris County-based JBWS helpline and 2,500 families use JBWS’s facilities and programs.
LOCAL TEENS LEARN TO LEAD EFFORTS TO PREVENT TEEN DATING VIOLENCE (RANDOLPH, NJ) The No2Dating Abuse program of the Jersey Battered Women’s Service held its 5th Annual Teens for Healthy Relationships Leadership Conference on November 9, 2016, at Randolph High School (RHS).
The evening attracted a record 400 guests who sampled the creative gourmet dishes served by two dozen of the area’s top chefs.
Specifically, Lee was honored for her extensive leadership work at JBWS including serving on the board of directors’ executive committee and as vice president and president.
Jersey Battered Women’s Service is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to the prevention and treatment of domestic violence and is based in Morris County.
All proceeds from the recent Grand Tastings event will benefit JBWS services including a 24-hour helpline, professionally-staffed safe house for victims and their children, counseling for victims, abusers and their children, legal advocacy program, transitional living resource center, teenage dating violence program, and other community educational and training services to support victims and their families.“The realistic depiction of a dating abusive relationship in the play, leads to a very engaging discussion on how a friend can help both the victim and the person using abusive and controlling behavior.” This is the second year that Randolph High School student Rachel Glineman (l) attended the Youth Leadership Conference.She says she “especially likes the theatrical performances and the opportunity for students from different schools to come together to discuss this important topic.” Samantha Coyle (r), also of Randolph High School, agrees that “this is a topic that needs to be talked about more.” During the afternoon activities, students worked with their classmates and their chaperones to choose and plan two activities to implement in their schools during Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month in February 2017.Lisätietoja muun muassa saatavilla olevista hallintamahdollisuuksista: evästekäytäntö. It can be fun, terrible, exciting, hard — the adjectives used to describe it are endless. Nearly 200 guests shopped for accessories, apparel, trips, home decor and more at the Autumn Auction for Hope luncheon event.