Denim & Diamonds to help fight domestic violence

stop-1131143__340The Family Violence Prevention Center of Greene County is hosting its signature fundraising event, “An Uncommon Affair – Denim and Diamonds”, on Friday, May 5, 2017, 6pm at Greene County Fairgrounds Assembly Hall.

Special guest MC’s Kim Faris (Hot Country 94.5) and John Seibel (WDTN Channel 2 Morning News Anchor) will be attending for this not-to-be-missed charitable event.

Guests will enjoy an evening of fun-filled entertainment, raffles and games, dinner, and a live and silent auction. Highlighting the live auction are vacation packages to Vail, Dauphin Island, Marco Island and Hilton Head; sports packages for luxury suites at a Dayton Dragons and Bengals game; and special event packages for a private dinner for 12 at Flemings Steak House, TSO concert, and a Hot Air Balloon ride. Included in the silent auction are certificates for golf packages, local restaurants, theater, hotel get-away packages, services, sports memorabilia, fine art, jewelry, and much more.


Individual reservations are $75. For reservations or information about sponsorships, please contact Harmony Byrd at 937-376-8526 ext. 112.

“The mission of the Family Violence Prevention Center is to reduce family and relationship violence and its impact in Greene County through prevention, intervention, safe-housing and collaborative community programs.”

Statistics show that “One out of three women and one out of fourteen men has been physically assaulted by an intimate partner sometime in their lives. The FVPC supports victims of domestic violence with prevention, intervention, outreach and safe housing. Programs and services offered at the Center include: educational/support groups, counseling, case management and links to other community resources. FVPC also offers programs for children, which includes a prevention education program in the Greene County junior and senior high schools. The Center cooperates very closely with local law enforcement agencies to respond to and follow up on calls to the police concerning domestic violence or disturbances.”

380 Bellbrook Avenue
Xenia, Ohio 45385
OFFICE: 937.426.6535 OR 937-376-8526
24-HOUR CRISIS HOTLINE: 937.426.2334 OR 937.372.4552

**Information provided by press release. 


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