Harmony House – iCare

Harmony House recently launched their 8th annual public awareness campaign, iCare.

“They say domestic violence is a problem that happens behind closed doors. Here’s a fact that blows those doors wide open – Greene County has one of the highest rates of domestic violence per capita than anywhere else in the state.” – Harmony House

On October 27th, 2023, Harmony House is holding a public awareness event called “iCare”.

During this event, Harmony House is encouraging all to take the iCare pledge, which is a pledge to raise awareness about domestic violence.

CLICK HERE to individually register to participate in iCare.

Businesses can also get involved with iCare. Businesses who want to take the iCare pledge, pledge to take the health and well being of their employees seriously, and take the responsibility to ensure a safe and productive work environment for everyone.

CLICK HERE to read more from Harmony House, about what it means for a business to take the iCare pledge.

Participating businesses hold fundraisers for Harmony House and encourage employees and customers to take the “iCare” pledge.

CLICK HERE to register a business to participate in iCare.

On October 27th,  iCare participants are encouraged to show they care about domestic violence by starting a conversation, wearing the “Ask Me Why I Care” button/sticker and optional symbolic black eye sticker, and distributing information about Harmony House and domestic violence.

All funds raised from iCare will support the operations of Harmony House and their important work to assist in changing the lives of those that have been impacted by domestic violence.

For more information about iCare, CLICK HERE.

For more information about donating to iCare, CLICK HERE.

For more information about Harmony House, CLICK HERE to visit their website.

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