Women of Woodstock Donate $1,000 to CFVC

Earlier this month, we were lucky enough to meet with Barbara Sansing of the Women of Woodstock (WOW).  WOW’s mission is to help women business owners be more connected, more empowered  and more successful – we immediately noticed we have a lot in common.  We were honored to receive one thousand dollars from the Women…

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The Joy of Giving

The children of Cherokee Family Violence Center recently took part in a heartwarming program coordinated by our friends from Cornerstone Community Church’s L.E.A.P.F.R.O.G. Ministry.  According to L.E.A.P.F.R.O.G., “Christmas is the season for giving and since, ‘it is more blessed to give than to receive’ we thought that the children of Hearthstone Landing might enjoy preparing…

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Shop for Mom Enters its Eigth Year

Shop for Mom has come to represent that Christmas is officially on its way to CFVC.  On December 6th, 2015, our friends at Hillside United Methodist Church set up “shop” at Hearthstone Landing for the eighth time!  Shop for Mom allows the families in shelter and transitional housing a fun day of shopping in a…

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Thank You Thursday – New Light Baptist Church

It is Thank You Thursday and we want to highlight our friends from New Light Baptist Church who brought 26 care packages to our office this week. The care packages, delivered on December 1st, contained personal hygiene items for clients entering our emergency shelter. Many were wrapped and ready for Christmas but we know they…

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Molly Maid's 2015 Making a Difference Drive Benefits CFVC

It must be Giving Tuesday because we have been overwhelmed with kindness today at CFVC! We were so happy to receive a truckload full of paper products and personal care items from Molly Maid of Cherokee County, Kennesaw & Acworth. We wanted to take a quick moment and thank not only Molly Maid, but the…

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Thank You Thursday – Laurel Garden Club

It is Thank You Thursday and we want to highlight our friends from the Laurel Garden Club who recently donated socks, underwear and other goodies for victims living in our emergency shelter.  They collected the donation through their “Fig Leaf Project.”  Janet Sonner Aden, the Garden Club President is pictured here with our executive Director,…

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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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Thanks to Our Community Partner, Steve Cannon at State Farm

Happy Monday everyone! Today we wanted to showcase one of our amazing community partners who is currently doing a food drive for Cherokee Family Violence Center’s shelter program! Drop off any non-perishable goods at the Steve Cannon State Farm office, located by the Towne Lake Publix on Rose Creek Drive.

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Christmas Donation from 3rd Graders

Thanks to Mrs. Johnson’s 3rd grade class at Avery Elementary and their room moms who collected children’s dvds and new underwear for children in the shelter this Christmas.  They may make funny faces, but they have  great hearts!

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