Fort Bend Women’s Center will mark the 30th anniversary of Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October with two special events.
Voices Against Violence, October 6th – Sugar Land Town Square, 7pm – FREE ADMISSION
Fort Bend Women’s Center and AADA (Asians Against Domestic Abuse) will be the beneficiaries of this free concert, hosted by Sugar Land Town Square. Come out to enjoy live Latin/Jazz arrangements from Mark Towns Latin Jazz Band and learn more about our work. Learn more.
Healing & Hope Luncheon, October 19th, Sweetwater Country Club – tickets start at $100
Behind the glamorous façade of ‘The Real Housewives’, Armstrong hid a dark secret: her husband, Russell, had been abusing her for years in every possible way. Following the familiar pattern of many domestic violence survivors before her, Armstrong had also witnessed domestic violence in her home as a young child – the abuse of her mother at the hands of her father. Thankfully, she was able to break the cycle of violence. After putting up with Russell’s abuse for six years, she found the courage to leave. Tragically, soon after Russell took his own life.
VIP tickets including an exclusive pre-lunch reception with Taylor are available at $150
Limited table sponsorships are still available.
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