Meet Our Champions
25% of women experience domestic violence in their lives
Champions of Change
Meet our incredibly generous champions who have given graciously so that lives can be changed for the better, hearts can be healed and families can grow together in peace.
$100,000 Champion for Hope
Futures Without Violence
The Heinz Endowments
$50,000 Champion for Peace
$25,000 Champion for Empowerment
Jay Porter Bruemmer Charitable Lead Trust
$10,000 Champion for Respect
Josiah W. and Bessie H. Kline Foundation, Inc.
PNC Charitable Trust
Staunton Farm Foundation
$5,000 Champion for Safety
2005 Carita Foundation
$1,000 Champion for Change
Deirdre “Dee” Baker, MS, CFRE
Margaret J. Dierkers, PhD
Giant Food Stores
The Glatfelter Group
Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield
Stephanie Garman Maurer
Dennis V. Williams, Esq.
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Walmart Associates Award PCADV $100,000
PCADV is honored to be the recipient of a $100,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Walmart Associate Choice Program.
The Walmart Foundation announced the award in August after tallying the votes of thousands of Walmart associates across the state who chose PCADV from among the five Pennsylvania nonprofits nominated for the 2010 grant. The Foundation sponsors the Associate Choice Program each year in all 50 states.
PCADV is deeply grateful to the good and generous people at Walmart for recognizing the importance of the work we do to reduce and prevent domestic violence, and for helping us move forward in our efforts to build safer, stronger communities.
PCADV Receives Check from WAWA
Maria Macaluso, Executive Director of Women's Center of Montgomery County and Beth Sturman, Executive Director of Laurel House, Montgomery County, accepted a check for $60,136.23 on behalf of all the southeastern domestic violence programs that share in the proceeds. The event was held on August 25, 2011 at the Wawa Easton, PA store # 89 to celebrate the 35Th anniversary. Wawa's contribution to PCADV was raised through in-store donations by customers and community associates throughout Pennsylvania during the second quarter of 2011.
PCADV thanks Wawa and its customers and community partners for their generous contribution to the cause of preventing domestic violence and providing its victims and their children in Pennsylvania with safe refuge and a new start in life.