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THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING
the
3rd Annual Victims and Survivors
Sleep Out for Peace
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Video courtesy of DASH Coordinating & Marketing

Greetings!

On behalf of The William Kellibrew Foundation, I would like to thank everyone who supported the Sleep Out this year. Whether you slept out with us, contributed donuts, coffee or hot chocolate or sent a prayer. We felt your presence and we thank you wholeheartedly.

Sincerely,


Brandon Wallace


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.

Thank You to Our

Sleep Out Partners!

The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence

Black Women's Roundtable

Black Youth Vote

D.C. Central Kitchen

D.C. Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Services Network

DreamsWork Inc.

Financial IQ

Helping Hands, Inc.

My Sister's Place

National Center forVictims of Crime

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

National Coalition on Black Civic Participation (NCBCP)

National Council of Negro Women

NOBLE - National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives

Ramona's Way

R.O.O.T. Inc. (Reaching Out to Others Together)

Unchained Spirit Enterprises

WTOP Covers the Sleep Out
WTOPSleepOut
In warm coats, hats, gloves, scarves and sleeping bags, these people spent the night in front of the Wilson Building to raise awareness of domestic violence. (Michelle Basch/WTOP Photo)

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The 3 Minute Interview
Brandon Wallace Three Minute Interview

Brandon Wallace

Executive Director & CEO

The William Kellibrew Foundation

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