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DASH at Dulles 5K walk – February 9, 2014

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We’re happy to announce our 4th annual 5K mall walk – DASH at Dulles!! Please join us February 9, 2014, for a fun morning of friendship and support to remember Siobhan during Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention month!

Registration – 8:30-9:00 am  $15 (on the day- cash or check only)
Walk – 9:00-10:00 am

Dulles Town Center Mall
21100 Dulles Town Circle
Dulles, VA 20166
Pre-register for only $12.50 by Paypal or credit card on our Donate page. Select the Donate button and add DASH at Dulles in the special instructions to the seller section. All proceeds benefit DASH and its ongoing efforts to educate teens, their parents and friends about teen dating violence.
For more information see our flyer Dash_Dulles_2014
Also, please consider bringing a used cell phone to donate as an additional fundraiser for DASH!
Special thanks to Dulles Town Center Mall and the Dulles Daybreak Dashers mall walking group for sponsoring us.

 

DASH at Alexandria Hospital Cares Day

Wendy Claunch was the guest speaker at the INOVA Alexandria Hospital Cares About Domestic Violence Awareness Day. The event is held every year during October in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention month. The staff and nursing students were eager to learn more about Shev’s story and how they, as the first line in health care, can intervene in teen dating violence cases. An active question and answer session followed the presentation. Thank you to Debra Evans, Maria Leathers and Karen Bune for inviting DASH to the event.

DASH at 7th Annual K-9 Krawl

Join us at the 7th Annual K-9 Krawl! Bring your favorite pooch and walk to raise awareness about domestic violence and the link to animal abuse. Saturday, October 19, 8:30am registration at the Fairfax County Government Center, Fairfax, Virginia. FREE. Sponsored by the FCPS Victims Services Section, the Fairfax County Police Department and the Fairfax County Law Enforcement Foundation.

For more information, click: K-9 Krawl flyer 2013

Lycee International welcomes DASH

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Earlier this year, Frankie Russell presented DASH to the American Student Council at her school, the Lycee International, in the Parisian suburbs. The Student Council is an assembly of pupils from 6-12 grade who are elected each year to represent their classmates. They meet every week to share relevant information across the grades in all kinds of areas, such as student life, health and well-being, and current events in the USA. As a result of Frankie’s presentation, DASH was invited to be present at the annual American Section picnic, which was attended by some 500 American Section families. Frankie and her two friends, Camille and Dalia, did an amazing job of sharing information about dating abuse to parents and students, and the response was amazing. There was a sea of green bracelets, and the statement was made loud and clear in France! Dating Abuse Stops Here.