Informational Relationship Safe{TEA}

Dear Community Partner,

YOU ARE INVITED. 

Are you ready to join us for TEA?

In preparation of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence beginning on November 25, 2017 (http://www.swc-cfc.gc.ca/commemoration/vaw-vff/index-en.html ), Port Moody Police Department Victim Services Unit and Tri-Cities Transitions Society  will be ‘hosting an informational Relationship Safe{TEA}’ on Saturday, November 25 10am – 1pm at the Port Moody Recreation Centre 300 Ioco Road , Port Moody.  The Relationship Safe{TEA} invites community partners to host informational tables offering resources and services related to relationship safety, domestic violence awareness and promoting healthy relationships.  In addition, we will be seeking sponsorship from a local coffee shop to donate the coffee, tea and snacks for participants to enjoy as they peruse the various informational booths.

Our hope this year is to reach more individuals and families which is why we have chosen to host this event on the weekend.  Please let us know if you are able to participate in our event this year.  We appreciate and value your continued partnership in providing services to our community.

Shimmy Mob

Belly Dance History in the Making!  Shimmy Mob, a ‘Flash Mob’ type event, the largest event of its kind by the total geographical international territory covered in one day, creating awareness and raising funds for women’s and Children’s shelters in participating communities.  www.shimmymob.com.

Shimmy Mob’s goal is to give back to the community.  Shimmy Mob sponsor women’s and children’s shelters in various local areas by promoting and furthering their causes.  Proceeds generated from Shimmy Mob fundraising events are donated to the shelters in participating communities.