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Face It: Domestic Violence Affects Us All

Supporting Our Community Through Advocacy, Education, and Outreach

You can help fight domestic violence.

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We offer a variety of programs such as crisis intervention, community outreach and awareness, counseling, and more.

The Art of Understanding Trauma

Through raw testimonials and gripping facts, G.R.O.W. Foundation brings to you, ‘The Art of Understanding Trauma’, a project created to bring awareness to the benefits of art therapy as it relates to the healing journey of trauma survivors and the crisis support professionals who experience it vicariously. This engaging and interactive presentation would make a great addition to your next domestic violence awareness event! Contact us today for more info!

2021 Program Impact

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Crisis Intervention Expenses


Though our passion is great, our success relies heavily in part on the generosity of our community. All donations received assist us in providing aid to our survivors, along with supporting our community outreach and education efforts, and the operation of our organization. G.R.O.W. Foundation is a tax-exempt, charitable non-profit organization under IRS tax code 501(c)3 and donations are tax deductible. Contact us for more information on how you can help! Thank you for your support!


Thank you to everyone who celebrated with us at our 2022 “Sailing for a Cause”- All Black Masquerade Gala!

Enjoy these awesome pictures from the festivities taken by our amazing photographers,
Jay’s Creations and Sedric Johnson Photography!


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G.R.O.W. News

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Financial Abuse is Domestic Violence

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Social Media is Risky for Domestic Violence Survivors, Experts Say

by Yelena Dzhanova, Insider: Just days apart, two women were killed by their ex-husbands after calling the men out on ...
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