Monthly Archives: October 2017

Please Donate! Our Clients Need Gift Cards

The Center for Family Justice is in need of donations of gift cards in small denominations to stores such as CVS, Walgreens and Walmart. These gift cards help our clients, including residents in our Kathie’s Place Safe House, purchase basic necessities they made need for themselves and their families during a period of crisis and […]

An Open Letter: Why We Must Stand Together to End Domestic Violence

This month, we continue our annual tradition of holding Domestic Violence Awareness Month vigils in the six local communities served by The Center for Family Justice. We began these observances with what we hope becomes a new and meaningful tradition: A joint Oct. 2 vigil held in partnership with the Bridgeport Police Department. Although great […]

Let Victims Know They are Not Alone at CFJ’s October Domestic Violence Vigils

Bridgeport, Ct. – The Center for Family Justice, with the support of community leaders and law enforcement in the six communities it serves, has scheduled series of vigils to mark the observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October. These vigils, which all take place at 6 p.m., will honor those who have been impacted […]

Lara Logan Inspires and Supports Victims and Survivors at SOW 2017

The 20th Anniversary of Speaking of Women was an incredible success thanks to the meaningful and impactful message of our keynote speaker, 60 Minutes Correspondent Lara Logan. We will long remember Lara’s powerful message to survivors of domestic and sexual violence that “Healing does not mean forgetting.” CFJ is grateful to the event sponsors, guests, […]