Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal and Verizon Host Press Event to Raise Awareness of Georgia's Domestic Violence Issue
Company to Donate $20,000 to Governor’s Office for Children and Families
In recognition of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, First Lady Deal and HopeLine® from Verizon are coming together to discuss how Georgians can easily support domestic violence causes in their community.
Event to include the presentation of a $20,000 HopeLine grant to the Governor’s Office for Children and Families to further domestic violence prevention efforts throughout the state.
- Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal
- Governor's Office of Children and Families
- Michelle Robinson, vice president, South Region, Verizon
Monday, October 22; 10 a.m.
North Wing of State Capitol Building 206 Washington St. SW, Atlanta, GA, 30334
Kate Jay, Verizon Wireless 678-339-4828, firstname.lastname@example.org
John McGahee, Governor's Office for Children and Families 404-656-5168, John.Mcgahee@children.ga.gov
Established in 1995, the HopeLine® program accepts no-longer used wireless phones and accessories from any wireless service provider and turns them into help and support for victims of domestic violence and the non-profit agencies and shelters that serve them. Since the national recycling program began in 2001, Verizon Wireless has collected more than nine million phones and donated more than $14.2 million to local domestic violence agencies nationwide. For more information, visit www.verizonwireless.com/hopeline.