Safe Passage serves sexual and domestic violence victims and their children in six southeastern Indiana counties.
(Batesville, Ind.) - The Chester and Ruth Baylor Family Foundation recently awarded Safe Passage a $3,000 grant.
This grant will help with expanded Rural Prevention and Outreach programming, and cover the shortfall from federal government funding. This could be used toward vehicle fuel for transportation services, outreach supplies and materials, such as banners, posters, promotional giveaways, rack or panel cards, asset activity boxes and increased awareness advertising.
Based out of Milan, Baylor Trucking founders Chester and Ruth Baylor sought to actively give back to inspire philanthropy and service to the community.
Safe Passage is grateful for the CRB Foundation partnership. It takes the support of all to stop domestic and sexual violence and build safer and healthier communities. At no charge and all confidential, Safe Passage serves victims and their children in six counties: Dearborn, Ohio, Ripley, Franklin, Jefferson and Switzerland Counties. Since 1997, Safe Passage has helped 16,000 victims and their children escape from a lifestyle of violence. For more information, www.safepassageinc.org or call the 24/7 helpline at 877-733- 1990.