EVENT SPOTLIGHT: Melody Keeth Set For Serene Harbor’s ‘What A Girl Wants’ Fundraiser April 27
By Space Coast Daily // April 25, 2017
BENEFITS victims of domestic violence
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Serene Harbor is a non-profit that offers safe refuge and life changing services to women and children who have been victims of domestic violence in our community.
Serene Harbor Executive Director Melody Keeth, who is originally from Missouri, has spent more than 19 years working with her team, and volunteers, to ensure that domestic violence victims receive help.
From emergency shelter to community outreach, Serene Harbor touches the lives of 1,000 survivors every year.
“One of our signature fundraisers, ‘What a Girl Wants’, is coming up Thursday, April 27th,” said Keeth.
“Come join us from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Melbourne Auditorium. A big highlight is the live performance featuring the Brevard County Sheriff’s Deputies, Brevard County Fire Rescue firefighters and Rockwell Collins executives. All monies raised help provide for special needs to women and children in the midst of domestic violence.”
This year, Sheriff Wayne Ivey will return as Grand Marshall.
“This event includes our ‘In Her Shoes’ March, in which men from our community show their support for ending domestic violence by walking in purple high heels,” said Keeth.
The popular annual event will also feature shopping, raffles, a silent auction and more.
The cost to attend the event is just $20 in advance, and $25 at the door. A limited number of VIP tickets are available for $60. VIP attendees will enjoy a relaxing lounge, buffet and reserved seating for the live performance.
Serene Harbor provides safe, confidential services and emergency shelter and outreach to women and children in Brevard County.
ABOUT SERENE HARBOR
For the past 19 years, Serene Harbor has offered safe refuge and provided life changing services to more than 22,000 women and children who were victims of domestic violence in our community.
Serene Harbor provides a 24-hour domestic violence hotline which is staffed 365 days a year by trained advocates. Information regarding injunctions for protection, safety planning, education, financial and professional services, legal aid, housing, mental health issues, medical care and children’s service options are given to hotline callers.
To obtain tickets, become a vendor, or register to walk at the event, visit SereneHarbor.org or contact Beverly DeMeyer at 321-726-0402. You may also email Beverly.firstname.lastname@example.org
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