Read the 2019 Winter Newsletter from Fayette Cares. This interactive flip book makes it easy to read.
Homeless, battling addiction, and having lost custody of her son, Jessica found herself at rock bottom. Discouraged and ashamed, she feared this dark time in her life would last forever.
“Some argue that I was too young to remember but I can see it like it was yesterday.” Somerville Police Officer Geoffrey DePriest was a small child when he first saw his mother being severely beaten by his father.
After torrential rain threatened to put a stop to the annual plant sale last year, the amazing partners at Fayette County Public Schools came to the rescue, allowing Fayette Cares to hold the sale indoors at Oakland Elementary School (OES).
Financial abuse is an invisible weapon used in 99% of domestic violence cases, which is why Fayette Cares has teamed up with the Allstate Foundation and tennis champion Serena Williams to raise awareness of financial abuse.
Fayette Cares relies on hundreds of committed volunteers year-round. But volunteering is a two-way street that can benefit volunteers as much as it does our charitable work.
When planning an individual or group donation, caring donors often ask “what do you need most?” The following guide can help create a monthly habit of giving, with supplies that do the most good. January – Sweet Slumber Donate sheets, pillows, and blankets for a shelter bed and you’ll be sharing in someone’s dreams. February […]
View Lives Touched by your support through Fayette Cares – January 2018 through December 2018.
Each year, more women are touched by domestic violence than breast cancer, ovarian cancer and lung cancer combined. October welcomes National Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM), a time when Fayette Cares shines a light on programs for awareness, education, and prevention. Domestic violence touches every aspect of a community. It fills emergency rooms and morgues. […]