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Little Falls to Host Domestic Violence Prevention Vigil


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                                            October 16, 2017

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Little Falls to host Domestic Violence Prevention Vigil on Thursday

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The Little Falls Prevention of Domestic Violence Committee is holding a Domestic Violence Prevention Vigil on Thursday, October 19, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. on the front lawn of the Little Falls Municipal Building.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the township of Little Falls, N.J., is showing its support.

Councilman Marc Benitez, Chair of The Little Falls Domestic Violence Prevention Committee, has been working with the committee to plan and execute this important:

“Please join the Little Falls Domestic Violence Prevention Committee in a vigil commemorating October and Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Help our community to break the cycle and say no more to domestic violence.”

The mission of the Little Falls Domestic Violence Prevention Committee (LF DVP) is to "provide our community with information and support necessary to break the chain of domestic violence."

As a subcommittee of the Little Falls Township Council, LF DVP seeks to promote awareness of domestic violence issues through community outreach, distribution of literature, educational programs, and presentations at community and schools and organizations.

Its fundraising efforts directly benefit survivors of domestic violence as well as support the work of partner agencies working to stop domestic violence.

The Little Falls Domestic Violence Prevention Committee welcomes all township citizens to participate in this important work of preventing domestic violence in our community.

Join us as we educate the community, create awareness, and support victims. For more information, contact


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