We have a new date for DASH at Dulles!! It’s Sunday, March 8! You’ll get an extra hour of sleep because we “spring ahead” the clocks on Saturday night. Pre-registration is still open at www.datingabusestopshere.com/donatesponsor. We hope you can join us! More details below.
Mark your calendars for Sunday, March 8, 2015, for our 5th Annual DASH at DULLES 5K mall walk. Join us to remember Siobhan and mark National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention month. All proceeds benefit DASH!!
Location – Dulles Town Center, 21100 Dulles Town Circle, Dulles, VA 20166
Registration**- 8:30 am
Walk: 9:00 am – 10:00 am
**On the day (cash or check only)- $15 (under 14 free)
Pre-register online at www.datingabusestopshere.com/donatesponsor- $12.50
On January 27, The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors declared February 2015 as Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Sponsored by Vice Chairman Penelope Gross and Braddock District Supervisor John C. Cook the board presented the proclamation to Chantilly Youth Group Director Carmen Vargas. Wendy Claunch was happy to be included as the representative for DASH! Let’s make it a priority to spread the word about teen dating violence to our community during February!
For the third year in a row, DASH was awarded an ExxonMobil grant through the fundraising of its Employees’ Favorite Charities Campaign 2014. The Fairfax employees choose from among qualified charities to designate a donation. This year contributions reached a record $2,838,000 in support of more than 550 different non-profit organizations. During the past decade Fairfax employees have donated more than $29 million to area charities. Special thanks to ExxonMobil employee and DASH angel John Stipa for continuing to support DASH through his contributions to the campaign.
Join DASH angels Kitty, Dan and their dog, Dallas, at the 8th Annual K-9 Krawl sponsored by the Victims Services Unit of the Fairfax County Police Department. The Krawl is a free 5K walk and open to walkers and their dogs to highlight the connection between domestic violence and animal abuse. Often pets are caught in the middle of domestic violence and used to control or get revenge on the abused partner. Be sure to visit the DASH table and say hello!!
Registration for the walk begins at 8:30 am at Parking Lot C of the Fairfax County Government Center, 1200 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax, VA.