Kait's Way is an amazing organization on an important mission to make the world a safer and healthier place for teenagers! Get on board!
This organization does amazing work in the community for prevention and promoting healthy relationships. They are dedicated, helpful and committed to helping others in teen dating situations and getting resources out to the community. This non-profit raises awareness on teen dating violence all throughout Arizona and in the country. I appreciate the hard work and dedication they have to make a difference in people's lives and brining awareness, support and understanding of healthy relationships for generations to come.
Kaity's Way provides critical services in our community! The message delivered by Bobbi Sudbury, Executive Director, and her team are sorely needed in today's world. It seems that everywhere we turn we see hateful speech, hateful actions, and hateful relationships. The media is filled with it. Yet, Kaity's Way teaches a better way. Through the message of PEACE (Peace, Empathy, Acceptance, Caring, Equality) there is a way to coach young adults to develop healthy relationships. Kaity's Way provides that much needed coaching. Sadly, some have already entered into unhealthy, potentially dangerous relationships. Kaity's Way provides guidance and resources in how to appropriately leave those relationships. The services that Kaity's Way provides will inevitably result in healthier individuals, healthier families, a healthier community, and a healthier society.
A great help to the community. Helped me live a better life.
I recently had a similar situation happen to my niece and I wanted to help get the word out about the importance of knowing the signs and what to do for these teens. I decided to volunteer and I have been met with such acceptance. Getting to know every one involved and seeing the success of reaching out to teens is just amazing. Thanks for helping me help you.
This is a MUCH NEEDED organization and is intended to help save lives. Domestic violence is rampant in our society, you hear about it almost everyday on the local news. It happens in our schools, in our homes, and in our neighborhoods. You do not have to look far to see a battered adult or a battered child. Due to a terrible, unthinkable tragedy, one awesome mother, Bobbi Sudberry, gathered all the anger and grief she had inside and decided to fight back! She is fighting back by educating women and children everywhere on what domestic violence is, what the early warning signs are, how to break the cycle of violence and leave before it is too late. As a volunteer with Kaity's Way, we participate in schools, community events, conferences, anywhere we can reach the most vulnerable and share Kaity's story. Bobbi presents a history of Kaity's life, how beautiful and successful she was, how much she was loved, and how she was murdered right after graduating from high school. We always have brochures and printed material available for all. The goal is to educate everyone about the early warning signs, how they can escape the relationship safely, where they can go, and where they can seek help. We are here for anyone in need.
I first learned about Kaity's Way when I was in high school but it wasn't until I came to ASU that I got to here Bobbi present to my class. She shared her daughters emotonal story with us and was so willing to talk to us about domestic violence in relationships. Bobbi is incredibly passionate about this organization and empowering other women and girls to be aware. After listening to her I felt so much more passion for the fight against domestic violence. I think Kaity's Way is an incredible NonProfit Organization that fully reaches it's purpose and mission.
I did not know much about Kaity's story until her mother Bobbi came into my class and spoke. You could sense her passion in her words that she was hungry for the fight against domestic violence. In hearing Kaity's story, I not only felt for her and her family but the many women out there struggling with the same problem. I am happy to hear that Kaity's story has impacted the way it did, especially it's impact on the law.
Bobbi came into our class and told her family's story in regards to domestic violence. It was very eye opening to the realities of intimate partner violence at any age and what could happen if young teens are not aware of the severity of abuse. She described how she did not get any help from local police or services so decided to do something about it when her daughter was killed. Now there is a law that has to do with dating relationships and protection from abusers. It was very inspiring to see what Bobbi is doing with her tragic story and I appreciate her taking the time to share her knowledge and give us advice.
Bobbi presented to a group of foster youth between the ages of 16 to 21 through our ogranization Independent Living Program with Arizona's Chidlren Association. Bobbi's presentation captivated the youth's attention and provided them with much needed information on dating violence and healthy relationships. Our youth reported that they enjoyed the presentation and some even reported recognizing warning signs in their own dating relationships. This presentation is great for all ages, but specifically for young adults learning how to have healthy relationships. We really appreciate Bobbi sharing her family's story to help prevent other families from having similar losses.
Review from Guidestar