Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Orlando 2015
The fun begins 6 p.m., Thursday, March 12, at the Orange County Courthouse. Your destination is the Orange County History Center.
You’ll be in good company, alongside Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, public officials from throughout the community, and legions of walkers just like you.
You can also sponsor a walker, make a donation or help us promote the event. Above all, be there!
This year, we’re adding a fun new challenge to Walk a Mile! We’re encouraging all teams to create their own official team t-shirt and compete to win an exclusive prize. This is an excellent opportunity to show how your organization supports the mission to end domestic abuse. We encourage you to use your corporation’s logo in your design!
Where do you start? Simply read through our brand guidelines below then submit your best design in JPEG format by March 1, 2015 for review and approval. If you need a Harbor House or Walk a Mile logo, please contact us below. Please keep in mind that these design guidelines are applicable to all t-shirts, regardless of whether or not you enter the contest.
For more information, please contact Katie Fischer at (407)886-2244 ext 239 or email@example.com.
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Orlando is a community event modeled after Walk a Mile in Her Shoes®, The International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault & Gender Violence, a project of Venture Humanity, Inc. a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.]]>
Tails are wagging in anticipation of the Fifth Annual Paws for Peace Walk– a fun and leisurely stroll for pets, their families and friends to raise awareness about domestic abuse and its effect on pets and their owners:
The PAWS for Peace Walk takes everything to the next level. So mark your calendars and tell your friends!
Paws for Peace Walk
Saturday, April 25, 2015
Registration: 8:00 – 9:00 a.m.
Walk: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Blue Jacket Park
2501 General Rees Ave
Orlando, FL 32814
About Harbor House and the Paws for Peace Kennel
Harbor House is Orange County’s only state-certified domestic abuse service provider and seeks to eliminate domestic abuse in Central Florida. Harbor House has the only on-site kennel in Central Florida for the pets of domestic abuse survivors at its Emergency Campus.The Paws for Peace Kennel removes a key barrier to survivors seeking help and safety and ensures no family member is left behind in an abusive home. Since its opening in 2012, the kennel has been a safe, temporary home to 73 dogs, 22 cats, 3 guinea pigs, 1 bird, and 1 turtle!