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HUBBARD HOUSE’S 27TH ANNUAL BARBARA ANN CAMPBELL MEMORIAL BREAKFAST CREATES AWARENESS, RAISES RECORD FUNDS
Hubbard House’s Breakfast program reached nearly 400 guests and raised more than $140,000, a record for the event. The live event included motivational remarks from leaders, inspirational stories from survivors, and remembrances of those lost to domestic violence, reminding attendees why this cause matters so much to so many.
2020 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE FATALITY REVIEW REPORT
An examination of domestic violence homicides from January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020, including a cumulative analysis of domestic violence homicides from 1996 to 2020.
AT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH KICKOFF,
PARTNERS RELEASE REPORT, ENCOURAGE COMMUNITY TO SHARE
INFORMATION TO SAVE LIVES
At today’s virtual Domestic Violence Awareness Month kick-off press conference, Hubbard House and its partners released the results of the 2020 Domestic Violence Fatality Review Report: In 2020, in Duval County, there were 14 domestic violence related deaths, eight deaths were specifically related to intimate partner domestic violence.
MICHAEL WARD AND JENNIFER GLOCK FOUNDATION DONATES $1 MILLION TO HUBBARD HOUSE IN RECOGNITION OF 45 YEARS OF SERVICE
Today, Hubbard House announced a $1 million gift from the Michael Ward and Jennifer Glock Foundation. The gift, given in honor of the agency’s 45 years of service, will support shelter and services for survivors of domestic violence and their children. The gift also launched the 45 Years of Hope Challenge, a Ward-Glock initiative to raise awareness of Hubbard House’s work and inspire generous giving to support local survivors and their families.
2019 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE FATALITY REVIEW REPORT
An examination of domestic violence homicides from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019, including a cumulative analysis of domestic violence homicides December 1996 through December 2019.
AT DOMESTC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH KICKOFF, PARTNERS RELEASE REPORT, ENCOURAGE SURVIVORS TO SEEK SERVICES IN SPITE OF PANDEMIC
At today’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month Kickoff Press Conference, Mayor Lenny Curry, Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams, State Attorney’s Office Special Victim Unit Director Adair Newman, Hubbard House CEO Dr. Gail Patin and Marie, a survivor of domestic violence once helped by Hubbard House, shared a united message of hope and help.
TEXT OPTION ADDED TO HOTLINE SERVICES
Hubbard House announced that in addition to being available by phone, it’s 24/7 Domestic Violence Hotline services are now available through text messaging. Survivors can call (904) 354-3114 or text (904) 210-3698 to confidentially connect with an advocate and receive support, plan for safety, or access Hubbard House’s life-saving and life-changing emergency shelter and services.
WHEN HOME ISN'T SAFE - SURVIVORS AND COVID-19
For survivors of domestic violence, the coronavirus (Covid-19) is not the only threat to their health and safety. In fact, it may not be the most dangerous threat they face, rather it’s being home alone with an ever-escalating abuser. This is the reason that, even during the pandemic, Hubbard House remains open, on the frontline, to provide help and hope for survivors of domestic violence as it has done for the past 44 years.
JAKE GODBOLD FUND ESTABLISHED TO HONOR HIS LEGACY OF CARING, SISTER-IN-LAW BARBARA ANN CAMPBELL
Friends and family of Jake Godbold have created a perpetual memorial fund in honor of his longstanding support of Hubbard House.