Michele Booth Cole, Executive Director of Safe Shores, gave an impactful testimony to DC Council’s Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety during a public hearing on June 15th, 2017.
Safe Shores participated in the United Way of the National Capital Area’s Do More 24 Day of Giving Campaign and exceeded the stated goal for the day, raising $13,100 for children and families affected by abuse.
Make a difference on June 8th by contributing to Safe Shores through Do More 24 and helping to #StockTheCloset with clothing and toiletries for children and families affected by abuse.
Safe Shores – The DC Children’s Advocacy Center is honored to be a recipient of Many Hands’ 2017 grant for $100,000, which will be used to reach thousands more adults and children with child sexual abuse prevention training help youth-serving institutions develop and implement meaningful child protection practices.
As Safe Shores grows to meet the needs of more families and children, so does our staff.