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An estimated 3.3 MILLION children are exposed to Domestic Violence annually*

  • (American Psychological Association, Violence and the Family: Report of the APA Presidential Task Force on Violence and the Family,1996)
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    May 9, 2015 - 9am, Rain or Shine

    Randi's Race: A 5K Run/Walk for Hope and Courage

    Where: Adams Ricci Community Park, 100 East Penn Drive, Enola PA

    2015 Randi's Camp for Hope and Courage

    Dates: July 8, 9 and 10 - 2015


    February 20, 2015 -

    "Randi's kIDZ Club" wrapped up a successful 10 week pilot educational/support group on January 22, 2015. The group, facilitated in collaboration with Domestic Violence Intervention of Lebanon County (DVI) had 5 group members ages 6-9. All group members were victims and/or been exposed domestic violence in their homes. Read more...

    November 22, 2014 -

    "Stabbed in the Heart - Three Murdered Children, Two Resilient Mothers" is released. Written by Nancy Chavez, Lynn Shiner and Nancy Eshelman, in a new book, two courageous women share their heartbreaking stories of the murders of their only children, to help show victims and survivors know they're not alone.

    ABC 27 News feature: Women pen book to share stories of loss - with video

    In The Patriot News, from Anne Reeves: Book by moms of murdered children offers help and hope

    Domestic Violence is an Epidemic! Donate Now to Help Stop the Cycle!

    Randi's House of Angels

    The purpose of this project shall be to establish and support Randi's House of Angels - a healing place for children.

    Stop the Cycle of Domestic Violence & Help The Children

    The mission of Randi's House of Angels is a healing place for children who are exposed to and/or are victims of domestic violence.

    Randi's House of Angels was established in October 2011 by Nancy J. Chavez as a tribute to my daughter, Randi Trimble, who was brutally murdered by a hit man hired by her husband on January 10, 2003. Since my daughter's death, Nancy has been advocating for victims of domestic violence with the hope of creating an initiative for children who are victims.