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Letter: Shredding for survivors

Advocate Safehouse Project held our Shred for Charity Event on May 12.

We would like to thank Jay McGlade and the Edward Jones team for hosting the event at their office, the Riverside Professional Building in Glenwood Springs. Additionally, we would like to recognize Paper Wise and Dan Wolf for his time and shredding truck. Lastly, we would like to thank those individuals that came out to the event and supported Advocate Safehouse Project.

Without the backing of community members like all of you, we could not continue on our mission of providing education, advocacy, empowerment and safehousing for survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault.

Sarah Buckley

Community Education Advocate, Advocate Safehouse Project

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