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Each year events are held across the United States honoring and engaging victims and survivors of crime.  This year National Crime Victims' Rights Week (NCVRW) is held between April 10 - 16, 2011.
The WKF encourages everyone to attend events in your city or state as well as attend the prelude events in Washington, D.C., including the Candlelight Observance and the Awards Ceremony.  This year Judy Shepherd, mother of Mathew Shepherd, who was killed in a hate crime on October 12, 1998, is the keynote speaker.  These two events are hosted by the Office for Victims of Crime within the Department of Justice's Office for Justice Programs.  See U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder present awards to award recipients this year.
As you remember, William was the 2010 keynote speaker and was also featured in the 2010 Theme DVD as part of the 2010 NCVRW Resource Guide.
Join the WKF as we support NCVRW events across the country and participate in this year's prelude events.  These are two prelude events you do not want to miss!  RSVP here.  

Brandon Wallace


National Crime Victims' Rights Week

April 10 - 16, 2011 

NCVRW Prelude Events 

RSVP Today!


Click here for 2011 NCVRW

Resource Guide

Past NCVRW Photos

from Office for

Victims of Crime Gallery 


NCVRWThemeVideoPhot2010 NCVRW Introductory Theme DVD "Crime Victims' Rights: Fairness. Dignity. Respect."

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The William Kellibrew Foundation is a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C. and located within the offices of the Brady Center and Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. It was founded in May 2007 by University of the District of Columbia Professors Clarence Davis and Barbara Harvey to provide educational support to individuals like William C. Kellibrew IV.

Today, the foundation is a resource for people and institutions committed to breaking the cycle of violence and poverty. Additionally, the foundation is dedicated to supporting victims and survivors of crime through arts, education, mental health advocacy, and passion development--with a special focus on families, women and children.

This foundation thrives off of individual donors and community partners and is led by Brandon Wallace, Executive Director and CEO.