Serve Your Local Domestic Violence Shelter

Domestic violence affects someone you know, whether you are aware of it or not. Here’s an activity to help get involved in the areas of healing and hope!

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Who It's For


Why It Empowers

This activity will empower those who are witnesses to or victims of domestic violence and those who are interested in getting involved in efforts to stop it… YOU!

What's Needed

  • 30-60 minutes of time
  • Computer or phone, a heart for humanity
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    Meet The Expert

    Kelley Wotherspoon

    Kelley is a Christian, wife, mother of 3, author, business professional and domestic violence survivor advocate. She is passionate about using her life experiences to help you find joy in the hard stuff and encourage your spirit. Kelley has dual undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Family Studies and a Master’s degree in Executive Business Administration. She is driven to write, serve and advocate for those who need a louder voice. Kelley has served on the board of a local domestic violence shelter for the better part of a decade, and she runs The Kind Kids Academy with her eldest daughter. She is also in the process of developing another nonprofit that will continue to support survivors as they rise above their past abuse.