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Job Opening: Supportive & Rural Housing Advocate (DEADLINE EXTENDED)

Our team is growing! We are currently looking for qualified candidates to apply for our full time Supportive & Rural Housing Advocate position. More information including instructions for applying can be found below. Supportive & Rural Housing Advocate Position reports directly to: Economic Empowerment Coordinator and Director of Outreach Services Positions reporting directly to this […]

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Guest Chef Profile: Christine Simpson

When she was in her late 20s, Christine Simpson began a tradition of dinner parties with her friends. It’s a tradition that has strengthened friendships and yielded her cooking philosophy. Christine, who goes by Chris, said her weekly dinner parties with friends made the friendships something more, they made these people her family. “It created […]

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Community Spotlight: Brad Stumpff, UF Mover Guys

As a non-profit organization we are constantly looking for innovative solutions to help us advocate for our clients. With a staff of 30 advocates, there is no doubt that community involvement helps us reach that goal. We are so proud to be a part of a community that understands domestic violence and works side by side with […]

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How will you leave your mark on 2016?

How will you leave your mark on 2016?

Our end of year message comes to you from John Thomas our Director of Community Giving.  Friend, As we make our journey through the holiday season and look towards a new year, I can’t help but be thankful for the family and friends I can lean on whenever I need. In contrast, I think about […]

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Community Spotlight: Dan Glassman

As a non-profit organization we are constantly looking for innovative solutions to help us advocate for our clients. With a staff of 30 advocates, there is no doubt that community involvement helps us reach that goal. We are so proud to be a part of a community that understands domestic violence and works side by side with […]

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2016 Vagina Monologues Dates Announced

Gainesville’s Benefit Production of The Vagina Monologues is back again this year! The award-winning play The Vagina Monologues is based on V-Day Founder/playwright Eve Ensler’s interviews with more than 200 women. With humor and grace the piece celebrates women’s sexuality and strength. Through this play and the liberation of this one word, countless women throughout […]

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Community Spotlight: BBI Construction Management

As a non-profit organization we are constantly looking for innovative solutions to help us advocate for our clients. With a staff of 30 advocates, there is no doubt that community involvement helps us reach that goal. We are so proud to be a part of a community that understands domestic violence and works side by side with […]

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Peaceful Paths Celebrates One Year Anniversary of the Dutton-Schilling Emergency Services Campus

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Dr. Theresa Beachy Executive Director, Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network, 352-377-5690 June 15, 2016 Peaceful Paths Celebrates One Year Anniversary of the Dutton-Schilling Emergency Services Campus Donors, supporters, and dignitaries to commemorate with festivities and a press conference on Friday, June 24th starting at 3 pm.  GAINESVILLE- Peaceful Paths is celebrating […]

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Will you help us keep a critical service going? 

Below is a note from Peaceful Paths Executive Director about the shift in funding year for our counseling grant. The Trauma Counseling program is funded through a federal grant from the Violence Against Women Act, and has served over 400 survivors since 2012.  This funding cycle, a change in grant requirements close to the application […]

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2016 Holiday Giving Program has started!

2016 Holiday Giving Program has started!

UPDATE: At this time all of our families have been sponsored for the holidays! If you would like to help out here’s how: Purchase items from our General Holiday Needs List. I have attached the Holiday Giving Program Flyer here. Make a cash gift online at peacefulpaths.org/donate. Your cash donation will help us purchase gift cards […]

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