The 4th Annual Marin Teen Girl Conference
March 15, 9:00am to 3:30pm
Embassy Suites Hotel, San Rafael, CA
The Mission of the Conference is to create a safe forum for Marin’s teenage girls to explore their place in the world, gain skills to create positive relationships, learn confidence to make good choices and to experience local community support that would help them achieve their goals. Center for Domestic Peace is a community partner at this event!
Women Making a Difference Networking Event
March 20, 5:30pm to 7:30 pm
Dominican University, Guzman Hall
Come celebrate Women's History Month and network with representatives of the sponsoring organizations and other nonprofits working on women’s issues in Marin. Enjoy wine, nibbles and meeting Marin’s marvelous women.
PROGRAM: At 6:15 hear scholar and former talk-radio host John Rothmann speak on the
Cultural and Political Contributions of America’s First Ladies. John’s OLLI classes at Dominican are “standing room only”!
COST: $20 in advance, $25 at door.
FREE parking in the Conlan lot on Grand Ave.
QUESTIONS: Call Mary Rawles 415-883-8066
Give Back Tuesday at Iron Springs Pub and Brewery
Tuesday, Apr 15, 2014
765 Center Boulevard, Fairfax, CA 94930 (415) 485-1005
Come join us for a drink and/or dinner at this festive, local pub and a percentage will be donated back to Center for Domestic Peace!
Tuesday April 29, 2014 7:00pm
In Association with The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center
This is a FREE event BUT to guarantee a seat please REGISTER in advance: RSVP@C4dp.org or call 415.457.2464.
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In Celebration of Mothers, 11th Annual Luncheon
Friday, May 9, 2014
The Clubhouse @ Peacock Gap, San Rafael
Keynote Speaker: Joshua Safran
Meet Joshua Safran: attorney, writer, speaker, and "occasional rabbi" who was featured in the award-winning documentary Crime After Crime for his pro-bono efforts to free Deborah Peagler, a wrongfully incarcerated battered woman. Joshua took on the LA District Attorney in a 7-year fight for justice -- and has since become a champion for women's rights and a zealous advocate for survivors of domestic violence and the wrongfully imprisoned.
Now in his newly-published memoir Free Spirit, Joshua tells his own personal story. He will share with us how a 10 year old boy living with the terror of domestic violence at home can free himself -- and his mother -- to become the man he is today.
And, Dana King, former newscaster turned artist and professor will once again be our mistress of ceremonies!
To Register Online - Click Here!
Ways you can get involved!
Sponsor the Luncheon!
We rely on financial sponsorships to cover the cost of the luncheon so all of the profits from the event go directly to support our services and the people who use them!
Donate to our Auction!
Our event committee is always on the hunt for inkind donations to fill out our giant silent auction.
Become a Table Captain!
If you have been moved by the work of Center for Domestic Peace, here is your opportunity to share that inspiration with your community.
The seats of the Luncheon are filled by a team of committed Table Captains who invite friends, family, and community. Being a Table Captain is a fulfilling way to partner with Center for Domestic Peace, have your community learn more about your passion, and help make the Luncheon a successful event.
If you’re interested in sponsoring, donation, or learning more, please email Marla Hedlund at email@example.com.