Sip & Savor Fundraiser
Join us for this special fundraising event. Our area’s finest restaurants will serve some of their tastiest creations that will be paired with cocktails, beer and wine, and there will be plenty of fun and entertainment including music, silent auction, 50/50 raffle and games. This event is held at Hastings Ranch.
DV Rally, Awareness Walk and Candlelight Vigil
Join us in a community event to jumpstart Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Rally will begin at the Osceola County Courthouse in Kissimmee with messages from survivors and community advocates to end violence against women and children. The Awareness Walk takes place through the streets of Downtown Kissimmee and will end with a candlelight vigil at the Kissimmee Police Department as we honor those who have lost their lives due to domestic violence and shine a light of hope for current survivors in our community. Wear purple, bring signs and pledge your support to stop the violence.
Creating a positive culture of care: A trauma-informed approach when working with survivors of DV. Help Now and the Osceola Domestic Violence Task Force invite you to join them for their Annual Domestic Violence Conference (locaton TBD). Learn about local resources and hear from survivors. Free event.
Purple Tie Tuesday in October
Calling all men – don’t stand by, stand up! Help Now is asking men across Osceola County & the tri-county area to wear a purple tie to demonstrate their support & commitment to ending domestic abuse for this awareness event. Women are also encouraged to wear ties/scarves as well. Email pictures to Help Now or tag/post on social media.
Steak & Lobsterfest Fundraiser
Join us for Help Now’s annual fundraiser dinner held at Osceola Heritage Park. Guests will enjoy a steak and lobster dinner with all the fixings, with a 50/50 raffle, silent auction and fun entertainment. Event tickets (individual and corporate sponsorships) can be purchased on Help Now’s website.
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Event
This event provides men the opportunity to help raise domestic abuse awareness by walking downtown St. Cloud wearing high-heeled shoes. Held in conjunction with the St. Cloud Main Street’s Hipstoric event, Walk a Mile starts at St. Cloud City Hall and walks through downtown St. Cloud. Both men and women are invited to participate in this event.