'Be the Love' for an abuse survivor this Valentine's Day

Feb 08, 2021 at 07:00 am by Voice Wire

Be the Love
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In honor of Valentine’s Day, Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Center is running the "Be The Love" campaign. During the online fundraiser, donors can be there for someone healing from intimate partner violence or sexual abuse.

Throughout the entire month of February, the Be the Love campaign allows for donors to give a Valentine’s Day card, a single stem rose, or a bouquet of flowers from Murfreesboro Flower Shoppe to remind a survivor that they are being thought of and that they are worthy of love. 

The DVSA center serves an average of 200 individuals and families seeking healing and protective services each month.

During one of the most grim, uncertain, and scary times of their lives, survivors exude a continual amount of resilience, courage, and strength throughout the process of getting free from their abusive situations.

Donation this month will provide a meaningful message to survivors that they matter to this community and serve as encouragement as they find safety in shelter, work through a legal order of protection, or as they are healing from the trauma through counseling.

$14 donation provides a handmade “you are loved” card.
$35 donation provides a single stem rose and a card.
$100 donation provides a bouquet of flowers and a card.

Donate here



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