PADV works to end the crime of intimate partner violence and empower its survivors.
Partnership Against Domestic Violence Wins Full Media’s
Project IMPACT 2015 Award!
PADV is proud to announce that we were chosen from dozens of deserving organizations to win a custom website design from Full Media’s second annual Project IMPACT website giveaway. Each year, Full Media accepts applications from local non-profit organizations to design and build a website, at no-charge, to better reach and serve our communities. Thank you Full Media for choosing PADV as your 2015 winner! Stay tuned for our new and improved look! Click here to learn more about Full Media.
Domestic Violence Through A Child’s Eyes
Friday, February 19, 2016 | 8:30am Sugarloaf Country Club | 2595 Sugarloaf Club Drive, Duluth, GA 30097
Surprisingly, almost half of PADV’s shelter residents are the children of a battered woman. Learn more about how domestic violence is perceived through the eyes of a child by attending our upcoming Women In Action Forum. For details or to purchase tickets or sponsorships, click here.
Find Your Voice
Saturday, March 5, 2016 | 10am-3pm
Primerica Headquarters | One Primerica Pkwy, Duluth, GA 30099
Just after February, Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, PADV will host its Annual Teen Dating Violence Summit to educate both teens and adults on the issue. It will be an engaging and enlightening day focused on helping our youth develop healthy relationships. Click here for more information and to register for free!
Saturday, April 30, 2016 | 6:30pm
The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead | 3434 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, GA 30326
Tickets and sponsorships are now on sale for PADV’s most significant fundraiser of the year: the 28th Annual Hearts with Hope Gala. Join us for the luxurious fun, the auction excitement and most importantly, PADV’s life-saving cause. It will be an evening to celebrate our legacy of hope. Click here for more information.
PADV Announces New CEO
Partnership Against Domestic Violence has appointed Nancy Friauf as the new President and CEO. She began her career in helping battered women, children and families in the Atlanta region more than 35 years ago at the Council on Battered Women, which later became PADV. Click here to read more.
Our new CEO had the chance to talk about PADV services and safety planning as part of the story about the poor little two year old boy in Gwinnett County that was killed by his father. While we welcome the opportunity to share news of our work and educate the community on domestic violence, we grieve for the reason for this opportunity. Please click here.