May 22, 2012
My mother's name is Lucy there was no Laura's House when she and her children needed it. I didn't know about Laura's House when I needed it. When I was free physically and emotionally from yet another abusive relationship I wanted a place where my voice, my experience could be shared. Where all of the lessons learned could be put to use. I was watching TV and came to a public service program about Laura's House and knew I had an answer to my prayer. I contacted Laura's House by email immediately and began volunteering within two days that was January of 2012. There is a place for everyone to help, my young adult children all volunteer as well. We help Marissa P., Lois in the Retail Store, at events. We are signed up for the 40 hour Domestic Training Program. Two of my sons want to be therapists. We need Lauars's House so woman and children can learn that love can come in the form of hugs not hits that hope can come in the form of a smile not a sneer, where words of encouragement are heard not words of degradation. I believe knowledge is power Laura's House helps to empower. Sincerely, Ronda
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