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National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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October 27, 2011

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Greetings!
 

The WKF family is pleased to congratulate William Kellibrew on being recognized by the White House as a 'Champion of Change'.

 

The WKF board, staff and volunteers also joined the Office on Violence Against Women (DOJ) to commemorate Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Great Hall at the Department of Justice, Main Justice Building. William was a special guest and gave remarks. Take a look at the 
DOJ photo gallery.

 

 

Mark your calendars for the 4th Annual Victims and Survivors Sleep Out for Peace on December 9th in Washington, D.C. Save-the-Date below.

 

All the best,

 

Brandon

William Among 13 Recognized at White House
Champions of Change 
William Kellibrew IV
William Kellibrew IV
In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month William Kellibrew was among 13 recognized as 'Champions of Change' at the White House for their efforts to end domestic violence in their communities. 

During the event, William thanked his grandmother, junior high school assistant principal and childhood social worker for saving his life.

 

Watch the video and readthe White House blog from the event.  William's blog will be posted to the 'Champions of Change' blog soon.

WKF Join Office on Violence Against Women for Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Department of Justice, Main Justice Building
William DOJ/OVW DVAM
William C. Kellibrew IV, president and spokesperson, The William Kellibrew Foundation and Deputy Director, National Coalition on Black Civic Participation

WKF board, staff, volunteers and friends joined the Office on Violence Against Women (DOJ) and many others to commemorate Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Great Hall at the Department of Justice, Main Justice Building.

Read Judge Susan Carbon's blog for more information about the event and please take a look at the photo gallery.
4th Annual Victims and Survivors
 Sleep Out for Peace
December 9, 2011 
Save-the-Date

The WKF will hold its 4th Annual Victims and Survivors Sleep Out for Peace this December 9th, 2011 in honor of those who have given their lives and those who continue to inspire us each day to end domestic violence. 
 
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Congressman Lewis and Colin Goddard join sleep out
Congressman John Lewis, Melanie L. Campbell, president & CEO, National Coalition on Black Civic Participation; Brandon Wallace, executive director & CEO, Colin Goddard, Virginia Tech Survivor in addition to many others braved the cold weather to bring attention to domestic violence.

 

The 'Sleep Out' will be held in front of the John Wilson Building at 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

 
Take a look at the 3rd Annual video.
The William Kellibrew Foundation is a non-profit registered in the District of Columbia. The WKF is a resource for individuals and institutions committed to breaking the cycles of violence and poverty.