Mayor Fried Declares Dec. 12 Womanspace "Communities of Light Day''
ROBBINSVILLE-(DECEMBER 12, 2011)- Robbinsville Township Mayor David Fried proclaimed Dec. 12, 2011 as Womanspace "Communities of Light Day.''
The paths to the Township police station were illuminated with candles to encourage women and men victimized by abuse to report the crime and seek emergency shelter.
Mayor Fried and his administration, along with Robbinsville Police Chief Martin P. Masseroni, share in the belief that "Peace Begins at Home'' and applaud the efforts of Womanspace, an organization that has assisted more than 280,000 adults and childern since 1977.
Womanspace is grateful for the generous support of our sponsors: Compass Healthcare Marketers, J. Knipper & Company, Verizon Wireless, Innovation Printing, Janssen, Princeton Magazine, The Times of Trenton, WPST, PNC Bank, Mason, Griffin & Pierson, P.C. and McCaffrey’s Supermarkets.
Proceeds from this event enable Womanspace to support survivors of domestic and sexual violence and their families, ensuring that no victim is ever turned away. Services include emergency shelter, counseling, court advocacy, victim assistance, and transitional housing. Founded over 30 years ago, Womanspace Inc. is the only non-profit agency serving victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Mercer County.
If you are a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault and are in need of assistance, please call Womanspace’s 24-Hour Hotline at 609-394-9000.
For information on how to donate to Womanspace please go to our Donate Now page or contact Susan D. Klejst, Director of Development, at 609-394-0136 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in volunteering, please go to our Volunteer Information page or contact Susan Adams at 609-394-0136 or at email@example.com.