Rating: 4.91 stars 44 reviews
Location: 3245 W Altadena Ave % Bobbi Lynn Sudberry Phoenix AZ 85029 USA
Results: While since January 2011 we have directly shared Kaity's Story with nearly 7,000 people nationwide and potentially millions via the Media (TV - Channel 3 News(AZ), Fox 10 News (AZ), Channel 12 News (AZ), Channel 15 News (AZ), Radio - KTAR (AZ), Amazing Performances 1010 am (AZ), It's Time to Talk (NY local and nationally syndicated programs including NPR) we have raised funds through various events to provide costs for travel accomodations, materials, office supplies and payroll.
Target demographics: Our primary target is children, from 12 years old to 18 years old worldwide. Yet our program is presented to adults as well. We believe anyone and everyone can benefit from what Kaity's Way provides simply because most people have a young person in their life.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 10,000+
Geographic areas served: United States
Programs: Kaity's Way P.E.A.C.E. (Patience, Empathy, Acceptance, Caring, Equality). Identifying the red flags in a violent relationships and the elements of a Healthy Relationship. Kaity's Way P.E.A.C.E. Putting an End to Teen Dating Violence. How to make a difference in your community!
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As a former victim of dating violence, I wish that I had the opportunity to listen to Kaity's Story. I feel that listening to her story and the message that comes from it can truly impact people and change lives. Kaity's Way is a the only program I have seen that helps the community recognize the signs of a violent relationship, and advice on how to protect yourself if you are a victim. Not only that, this organization allows people to realize what kinds of relationships are healthy because oftentimes it is difficult to determine what kind of relationship you are in.. until it is too late. Thank you Bobbi, for telling Kaity's Story along with the organization's effort and passion to putting an end to teen dating violence!
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