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Archive for August 2014

Welcome Fall 2014 Interns

We would like to welcome our Fall of 2014 University Interns to the Cherokee Family Violence Center. We are pleased to welcome: Brooke Larson Lisa Steltenpohl Devin Tolkinen Kathryn Woerner Lauren Wood We appreciate the time, dedication and commitment that you’ve expressed with choosing CFVC as your internship site.

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Pack and Play Donation Needed

Has your little one outgrown their pack and play?  Consider helping those in need by donating a pack and play to one of the families here at the Cherokee Family Violence Center!   Here at CFVC, we try to empower survivors of domestic violence to be their very best selves.  Sometimes, that means that they…

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Waste Management Volunteers with CFVC

Thanks to our friends at Waste Management, for again volunteering their time with CFVC.  This great group of volunteers cleaned and organized our Bonus Bucks and Shelter Storage areas this week and the results are impressive!

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National Night Out 2014

CFVC Staff members participated in National Night Out events in both Canton and Woodstock in conjunction with the Cherokee County Domestic Violence Task Force.  CFVC Staff Members used this unique evening, which is designed to bring the community together with law enforcement and supportive service agencies, to drum up new volunteers and spread the word…

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Summer Safety Series

  This summer we partnered with Canton Police Department in conducting a Summer safety series of workshops for the children of Hearthstone Landing!  Three workshops on topics including who to call for help, basic emergency safety, and internet safety were completed.  Officers even brought a police bicycle, motorcycle, and car for the kids to check…

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CFVC Receives PSSF Grant Funding

CFVC recently received an award notice for a new grant, funded by Promoting Safe and Stable Families!  This new funding will allow us to expand our services and further meet the needs of our clients by overcoming the language and transportation barriers some of our clients face.  Stay tuned for more details!

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Statewide Spanish Language Domestic Violence Hotline Inaugurated

Cherokee Family Violence Center hosted the official launch of Georgia’s first Statewide Hotline for Spanish speaking victims of Domestic Violence on July 18, 2014 at the Bluffs in Canton, Georgia.  The Inauguration celebrated a momentous day for victims of Domestic Violence who, for too long, have been isolated from safety and resources by lack of…

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Summer Soiree a Success

The Summer Soiree, held on June 27, 2014 at the Canton Theatre, was a huge success!  Attendees were treated to happy hour and were welcomed by event organizer Michelle Gaudet and CFVC Executive Director, Meg Rogers and enjoyed a variety of entertainment, including a comedy showcase, live music, silent auction, food and drink.  The event…

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CFVC joins Domestic and Sexual Violence Cohort Demonstration Project

The Cherokee Family Violence Center is a member of the Full Frame Initiative’s Domestic and Sexual Violence (DSV) Cohort Demonstration Project. This Project is a multi-year endeavor bringing together 10 exemplary DSV organizations and a number of allies from across the country as a learning and action community. Together we will intentionally orient our work…

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