Harmony House launched a new event called in October 2015 called “iCare”, which was designed to raise awareness about domestic violence, as well as to raise funds to support Harmony House’s emergency shelter and support services. In this first year, over 200 businesses signed up to participate in iCare.
Our volunteers are the very heart and soul of Harmony House. Coming from all walks of life, businesses and church groups, colleges and social organizations, they are the lifeblood of our organization.
Charlotte’s journey from domestic violence victim to survivor began when she called the Harmony House 24-hour crisis SAFEline and spoke with one of the Harmony House Advocates. Charlotte told the Advocate that she and her two children had been running for the better part of 15 years from her abuser and that they were in imminent danger because he had found them once again.