In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the community of Maple Grove is coming together to raise their voices against domestic abuse. Maria’s Voice is hosting a candlelight vigil open to the public as a platform for survivors, advocates, and community members to unite against domestic violence.
The program will include inspirational speeches, survivor stories, musical performances, and resources for those seeking help or wanting to support the cause. Attendees can expect a moving and informative evening to highlight the importance of raising awareness about domestic violence and promoting a culture of empathy, respect, and support. No pictures or video will be posted from the event that identifies anyone in attendance to ensure everyone’s anonymity and safety.
Maria’s Voice is an organization that, through its “Prevention Network,” education has tirelessly worked to empower local government, Businesses, Faith, and Judicial Communities to create a society where domestic violence is no longer tolerated in honor of the Founders’ Daughter, Maria Pew. This tribute event will serve as a testament to the strength and resilience of survivors and a reminder that Maple Grove and other communities stand united against domestic abuse.