Verizon Providing Grants For Virginia Domestic Violence Groups

October 15, 2007

Verizon is providing $145,000 in grants to 19 domestic violence organizations across Virginia.

The announcement was made in Richmond on Monday at a summit
on domestic violence organized by Attorney General Bob McDonnell. The summit features panel discussions on issues ranging from intervention and prevention to the justice system.

The Verizon grants include $20,000 each for training for a child abuse prevention program at Norfolk Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters and Arlington's Doorways for Women and Families, to expand awareness programs at two local high schools and two
universities.


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