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Archive for May 2015

Thank You Thursday – Our Wonderful Volunteers

  This Thank You Thursday we want to thank CFVC’s unsung heroes–our volunteers! Volunteers at CFVC help in so many ways: from helping at our front desk to allow our staff to focus on assisting our clients, to those who answer our crisis hotline, or help with our children’s support group, or serving on our…

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Domestic Violence Increases in the Summer Months

The end of the school year is a welcomed time for the amazing educators in our community, but unfortunately, instances of domestic violence increase during these summer months. This is due to a myriad of reasons, including Increased stress due to children being around more frequently Hot summer temperatures also lead to an increase of…

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Thank You Thursday – Willows Gift Shoppe

This Thank You Thursday we want to showcase Willows Gift Shoppe at Canton Marketplace. Owner Donna Hacker wanted to give back to her community, and knew that her customers did as well. On April 25, Donna hosted a percentage afternoon, where 10% of all sales went to CFVC. The event raised $400 for CFVC, which will…

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Summer Volunteer Training Dates Set

If you want to give back to your community this summer, consider giving your time to CFVC. Our summer Volunteer Training will be held Thursday, June 11 and Saturday, June 13. If you are interested in volunteering with us, please contact Meg Graham at mgraham@cfvc.org or click here.

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Thank You Thursday – Creative Ways to Give Back

This Thursday we wanted to highlight a special student at Creekview High School who did his senior project as a service project for CFVC. This young man, Stu Mixon, gave CFVC hundreds of handmade greeting cards for the women in our program to use for special occasions. 

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CFVC is Hiring: Spanish Hotline Advocate

The Cherokee Family Violence Center (CFVC) in Canton, GA is currently searching for a Spanish Hotline Advocate: Job Summary: The Spanish Hotline Advocate responds to incoming calls from victims of domestic violence for a statewide Spanish language crisis line. Hotline advocates will provide translation, assistance with finding shelter, community referrals and support to incoming callers.…

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