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DVCC to host Harvest Fest fundraiser, “Boots, Bourbon, and Bling!” during Domestic Violence Awareness Month   

For Immediate Release  August 15, 2023  Contact: Tamara Pardo, tpardo@dvccct.org   203-219-4179 (m)    Stamford, CT – On October 13, in the heart of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, DVCC will host its 7th Annual fall fundraising event – Harvest Fest. This year’s event theme is “Boots, Bourbon, and Bling!” Guests are encouraged to don their cowboy … Read more DVCC to host Harvest Fest fundraiser, “Boots, Bourbon, and Bling!” during Domestic Violence Awareness Month   

DVCC Announces 21st Annual Voices of Courage Spring Luncheon – Tickets on Sale Now 

Stamford, CT —  The Domestic Violence Crisis Center (DVCC) is excited to announce, tickets are on sale now for its 21st Annual Voices of Courage Spring Luncheon. The event will take place on Thursday, May 18th, from 11am to 2pm at the Tokeneke Club in Darien, Connecticut. Event sponsorships and tickets can be purchased at … Read more DVCC Announces 21st Annual Voices of Courage Spring Luncheon – Tickets on Sale Now 

Pat Miller and friends celebrate 21 years of  “Swim Night” to support DVCC 

On a gorgeous July evening, Pat Miller, her daughter Johanna, and their faithful group of friends gathered to celebrate a 21-year tradition of supporting DVCC’s work through Pat’s “Swim Night” fundraising event. Over the years, Pat and her friends have raised more than $42,000 for DVCC through this annual, private event.   A Weston resident … Read more Pat Miller and friends celebrate 21 years of  “Swim Night” to support DVCC 

Allstate Grant helps DVCC’s clients overcome financial abuse

Stamford, CT – Financial abuse is among the most devastating and prevalent forms of domestic violence. Lack of financial resources, fear of homelessness and sabotaged credit scores can leave victims feeling trapped in dangerous abusive relationships.    A new grant awarded to the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV) from the Allstate Foundation will provide funds … Read more Allstate Grant helps DVCC’s clients overcome financial abuse