5K Remembrance Run in May


Please join us as the Committee Against Domestic Violence, families and friends honor the women who lost their lives to domestic violence during 2011 at a remembrance ceremony and run.

May 2nd, 2015
9:00 am
Peace Park

5K Remembrance Run Fee—$35.00 Children under 12 for free
First 48 paid participants receive a free t-shirt
For more information or pay entry fee call: Danielle Widmer @ 388-7532
All funds will benefit victims of domestic violence.

Remember My Name:
Mary Inman
Micaela Costanzo
Kelly Jo Dubue-Woodward
Stephanie Estrada
Stacie Stefka

Help get the word out by clicking here to download and print the flyer.

Remembrance Raffle


maryRemember My Name
Shout it
from the center of your soul Wake me
in my grave
Let ME know
My LIVING was not in vain.
Raffle in Memory of Mary Inman 1969-2011




1 @ $5.00
6 @ $25.00
Drawing on April 30, 2015
Raffle Prizes Include:
*Handmade quilt donated by the Family of Mary Inman
*Handmade baby quilt donated by Vivian Joy
*Lay hen donated by Rebecca Stanton
*Handmade afghan donated by Fred Chesbrough
*Propane BBQ Grill
*Impact X Rocker Gaming Chair
*4 Ft Teddy Bear
*Gift Baskets
And More

All funds will benefit victims of domestic violence

For more information contact:
Elko Committee Against Domestic Violence 775-738-6524
Purchase Tickets From
Phone #:

Help spread the word by downloading and printing the flyer.

Survivor Story: Carie Charlesworth

The first time Carie Charlesworth’s husband abused her was six years and four children into their marriage. It was 2006, Carie’s birthday. The California mom had gone to a concert with her sister to celebrate and, on her way home, texted her husband Martin to let him know she was stuck in traffic. By the time she stopped by her parents’ house to pick up the couple’s 1-year-old daughters, it was almost 1 a.m.

“When I got home, all my clothes were on the front lawn,” says Carie. Her husband would tell her later that he knew she was lying. She hadn’t been at the concert or stuck in traffic. She had been talking to other men, probably with the intent of cheating on him. It’s something he had accused her of many times before, even though she says she never gave him any reason to think she was unfaithful.

Read the full article here.

Nonprofits Need You: You may have unique skills that can help survivors of domestic violence

Every minute, 20 people become victims of intimate partner violence. You can help turn those victims into survivors by joining forces with one of the thousands of domestic violence nonprofits throughout the country. All you need is a desire to help and a willingness to donate your time. So, where do you begin? 

Read the full article here.

New App Detects Dangerous Relationships

The idea might seem a bit absurd—someone can actually be in an abusive relationship and not even recognize it? Unfortunately, it happens more often than you think.

It’s easy to spot an abusive relationship as an outsider, or as someone who’s never experienced one. He hits you? Abuse. He puts you down frequently? Abuse. He controls your every move? Abuse.

The reality is, when you are in an abusive relationship, it’s not always that black and white. What if he only threatens to hit you, but never does? What if you’re scared of him, but not all the time? What if he always apologizes, gives you lavish gifts after a fight, promises to never do it again?

Now, a new app from the One Love Foundation, called the MyPlan app, is a quick way to judge the danger level of your relationship.

Read the full article here.

The Cost of Domestic Violence

Every minute, 20 people in the U.S. become victims of intimate partner violence. [1] Every minute. The effects of domestic abuse run the gamut from bruises to homicide, and everything in between. While this epidemic costs many things—marriages, childhoods, lives—it also has very real, and very significant, monetary costs as well.

Read the full article here.