Stop by and meet our committed Board of Directors and Volunteers and learn more about Our Sister’s Place how you can help us continue our mission to support victims of domestic violence through our programs and services.
Slice of pizza and bee or wine $10. Raffle.
Join us for a fun evening in support of Our Sister's Place.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
By attending this program, you can learn more about this issue in our community.
· Dave Aronberg…..State Attorney, Palm Beach County
· Lauren Baer……….Candidate for U.S. Congress FL District 18
· Abby Brennan…….Mayor, Village of Tequesta
· Tana Donadio…….Tequesta Police Department
· Al Raigue…………… Master of Ceremonies, Our Sister’s Place
· Jane Wagley……….Executive Director/Client Advocate
· Aria Gmitter………..A Message of Hope
· “Survivor”……………A Message of Hope
Performance by Performing Art Academy of Jupiter
Join us for our 6th Annual Fashion Show and Luncheon at McCarthy’s Pub in Tequesta featuring Gretchen Scott Designs. Our Sister’s Place offers direct services to victims and those at risk of domestic violence in northern Palm Beach County through The Outreach and Advocacy Program.
JOIN us for A MESSAGE OF HOPE
featuring Survivor and Author, Aria Gmitter; Survivor Toni; Al Raigue, President, Board of Directors, Our Sister's Place; Hazel Raigue, Executive Director, Our Sister's Place; Dave Aaronberg, Palm Beach State Attorney; and Lt. James Pike, Village of Tequesta.
For additional information, contact Hazel Raigue at 561-744-6997
Save the Date - 5th Annual Fashion Show and Luncheon to benefit victims of domestic violence. Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Join us on Saturday, October 7th for an Open House. Meet our Board of Directors and help us pay tribute to our dedicated Board President, Al Raigue. In addition to providing leadership, keeping records and grilling hot dogs, Al's unwavering commitment to Our Sister's Place mission of advocacy and outreach finds him helping with moves, hanging t.v.'s, and running errands on behalf of our clients.
The Domestic Violence Council of Palm Beach County is kicking off Domestic Violence Awareness Month on Tuesday, October 3rd from 2 - 4pm.
Clayton Hutcheson Agricultural Center
559 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach
Santa Day Hot Dog and Holiday Sidewalk Sale in Tequesta. Shop local and support our organization in its mission to assist women who are victims of domestic violence. The work we do saves lives. We’re here for the long haul with every woman we help, standing by her until she has her life stabilized and secure.
Our Sister’s Place, Inc. is proud to sponsor our 4th annual “Shine A Light On Domestic Violence” Awareness Event on October 20, 2016 at 7 p.m. at the Jupiter Lighthouse.
Please join us and our guest speakers as we stand strong with victims and survivors and proudly partake in our own Domestic Violence Awareness Month activity.
We stand together with all those who work so hard to end domestic violence and ask you to “Take A Stand Against Domestic Violence” with us as well.
Randy Perkins – Candidate for Congress, District 18
Hal R. Valeche – Palm Beach County Commissioner
Adrienne Ellis- Deputy State Attorney, Palm Beach County
Todd Wodraska - Mayor, Town of Jupiter
Abby Brennan- Mayor, Village of Tequesta
Christopher Elg- Chief of Police, Village of Tequesta
Marla Galindez- Domestic Violence Victim Advocate, Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
Amber Ahern- Executive Director, South Florida Link Coalition
Cassandra Van Horn- Artist and Survivor
Darcy Flierl – Survivor
Musical Performances – Aria Gmitter
Our Sister's Place is more than a thrift store. Join us to learn about how we support victims of domestic violence in Northern Palm Beach County
McCarthy's Pub has generously offered one FREE drink (house wine, beer, or soda) with ANY purchase during the Shop and Learn event on June 28!
Music will be provided by Somnis and Our Sister's Place Staff and Volunteers will be there with information about our programs and services.