Excited About the 2017 Challenge!!!
March 07, 2017
EVENT: NO MORE Challenge 2017
Artemis Center is Dayton Ohio's Domestic Violence Resource Agency. Since 1985, Artemis Center has served over 100,000 Domestic Violence victims and their children. We are dedicated to our mission of Leading the Community in its Commitment to End Domestic Violence. Our services include the operation of a 24/7 crisis hotline (in partnership with the YWCA Dayton), court accompaniment, community education, support group facilitation, basic needs support, child therapy, and more. All of the services offered by Artemis Center are provided at no cost to our clients. Your funding will help keep these programs in place to break the cycle of Domestic Violence.
Our Goal is to raise $100,000 to support our local programming and victim needs.
Your Contribution Makes A DIFFERENCE!
$50 changes a lock on a client's home
$75 operates one hour of the 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline (937-222-SAFE)
$100 pays for 1 hour of therapy for a child who has witnessed Domestic Violence
$250 pays for 2 weekly support groups
$500 pays for an advocate to accompany a client to court through the process
$1000 safely relocates a family
The challenge is a partnership between NO MORE and HopeLine from Verizon. The fundraiser launches on Thursday, March 2nd at 12:00pm ET. The Challenge runs through Tuesday, April 11th at 1:59:59pm ET and organizations can continue to collect phones through April 30th, 2017 at 11:59:59pm ET.
Each charity keeps every donation it raises during the campaign.
Participants have multiple opportunities to win cash prizes by raising the most to win a Grand Prize, collecting the most phones through the HopeLine Phone Drive and through the weekly Bonus Challenges offered throughout the campaign.
• The organization that raises the most during the Challenge wins a $40,000 donation
• Second place gets $20,000
• Third gets $10,000
• Fourth gets $5,000
• Fifth gets $3,000
• Sixth gets $2,000
THANK YOU! Together we will make a difference and break the cycle of Domestic Violence