Supporting victims and ending abuse requires a whole community. If you are interested in hosting an event or participating in an event below, please email Andrea at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Purple Porch Project
This is Golden House's first year participating in Purple Porch Project. We have partnered with Harbor House to bring this awarness project to Green Bay. For the month of October, we are asking you to light up your house and business purple to support victims and survivors of domestic abuse. You can show your support by changing outdoor light bulbs to purple bulbs, hanging string lights and putting up a yard sign!
To make a $25 donation for your yard signs and lights please visit: https://bit.ly/gh21PPP
Thank you to Robinson Inc and H&S Roofing for being our Yard Sign Sponsors.
Show of Strength
OCTOBER 21st 2021 at 5:30pm-9:00pm
The LedgeCrest Reserve
Show of Strength will highlight stories from survivors followed by the presentation of 7 Golden Strength Awards to outstanding individuals. The night will include two speakers, a student at the Medical College of Wisconsin, sharing how she aims to examine the impact relationships with gender-based violence have on a person’s emotional and mental wellbeing, and a domestic violence survivor who will share how she overcame many obstacles to get to where she is today. There will also be raffle baskets valued at over $1,000 each, heavy hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar. The event will end with The Golden Strength Awards that will highlight individuals who have overcome obstacles while displaying fortitude, tenacity, courage, bravery, and perseverance and in doing so, continue to make a difference in our community each and every day.
Purchase tickets here: https://bit.ly/21SOSTickets
*In the case of an event updating to virtual because of COVID-19, tickets will not be refunded and your ticket purchase will used as a donation to Golden House.
Nominate an individual for a Golden Strength Award here: https://bit.ly/21SOSNominationForm
|“For the first time in my life, I felt safe. I regained my identity and strength.” - Survivor|