Every October, as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, DVSCP holds its Annual Candlelight Vigil. The event is a time for family, friends, and community members to honor and remember those who’ve lost their lives to domestic violence.
The courage and determination Nancy has shown in surviving her personal tragedy through helping victims of domestic violence is so inspirational. The more that I learned about domestic violence and its impact on the lives of victims, the more I realized that I wanted to play a role in helping Nancy in raising awareness, funds and advocating against domestic violence.
Gregory GreenRHOA Board of Directors Treasurer | Retired, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Over the past fourteen years, I have witnessed firsthand the commitment, courage, and compassion that Nancy has demonstrated in ensuring that children who are victims of domestic violence are not forgotten. I am proud to be one of the founding members of the Board of Directors of Randi’s House of Angels. In my capacity as a board member I find it extremely rewarding to promote our services to ensure that every child who needs our assistance will receive them.
Deb DonahueRHOA Board of Directors Vice Chair | Retired from Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Current Adjunct Professor at Central Penn College
My nine-year-old daughter attended Randi’s Kidz Club in the fall of 2016. It was a life-changing experience for her! She was quiet, shut down, and had social anxiety. She felt like she was the only child in the world that had experienced domestic violence. When I picked her up after the first day, I could already see a difference in her. For the first time in her life she didn’t feel alone. She looked forward to every club day over the next ten weeks.