our mission

Foundation4 Domestic Violence Prevention seeks to reduce incidents of domestic violence in our community through outreach, awareness and education.  We do this by collaborating with local domestic violence resources to deliver programming to children, by speaking about domestic violence in the community and by holding events to bring awareness that people can survive and thrive after abuse.

Foundation4 Domestic Violence Prevention, originally named Race4 Domestic Violence Prevention, was founded in 2012 by two sisters.  As the organization re-defined its mission, the Board of Directors changed the name in late 2015 to better represent the organization.

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  • Women Who Are Abused
    Women Who Are Abused

    25%

  • Men Who Are Abused Each year
    Men Who Are Abused Each year

    3,000,000

  • Children Who Suffer from Abuse
    Children Who Suffer from Abuse

    45%

  • Percent of Assaults at Home
    Percent of Assaults at Home

    60%

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