Hotline CEO Dyanne Purcell helps launch billboard campaign in California

National Domestic Violence Hotline Awareness

Hotline CEO Dyanne Purcell helps launch billboard campaign in California

As part of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Dyanne Purcell, CEO of the National Domestic Violence Hotline, spoke in Riverside County, California to help launch a billboard awareness campaign, “Domestic Violence Hurts Everyone.”

Check out the billboards:

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  1. The launching of my new book “Because, It’s Just Good Manners!” is scheduled for next week to coincide with Freedom from Bullies Week. Will you be interested in placing a link on our website to show your support against abuse and bullying – bad manners? The launch will include a challenge to students to practice good manners for one week. Businesses and families will be challenged to “bully” schools to participate. October is also National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the YWCA Week without Violence is October 16-22, 2010, and the BigMarch Against Bullying is scheduled for November 15, 2010.

    Book will be a free download from our website.

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