National Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2017



Domestic violence thrives when we are silent; but if we take a stand and work together, we can end domestic violence. Throughout the month of October, help Eliza’s Helping Hands and its partners welcome to raise awareness about domestic violence and join in our efforts to end violence.  Here is what you can do:


  1. Participate in our Dine Out for Domestic Violence Awareness Month on Tuesday October 10th The following participating restaurant will donate 10 percent of their net sales on this date to Eliza’s Helping Hands, No Punching Bag and Next Step Ministries. This will go to help us service domestic violence victims and families in our community.  View Details.
  • 66 Pizzeria (Kernersville)
  • 66 Pizzeria (Winston-Salem)
  • Captain Tom’s
  • Cin Cin Burger Bar
  • Courtside Café
  • Coffee Park Airstream
  • Coffee Park Arts
  • Di Lisio’s
  • Dogwood Hops and Crops
  • Finnigan’s Wake
  • Jeffrey Adams on Fourth
  • Low Price Mart & The Grill
  • Mad Greek Grill
  • Mario’s Pizza (Hanes Mall Blvd)
  • O’So Eats
  • OutWest Steakhouse
  • Texas Roadhouse
  • The Sherwood Grill
  • Westtown Café
  • Sagebrush Steakhouse (Kernersville)
  • Señor Bravos
  • Señor Bravos In and Out
  • Sweet Aromaz
  1. Donate: During the month of October, we will have participating churches, listed below to collect toiletry items that victims may need while transitioning to safety. You can donate through these churches if you attend or you can drop off your donations at our office at 1225 East 5th Street, WS NC 27101.
  •  Greek Orthedox Church
  •  First Calvery Baptist Church
  1. Financial resources: We are always in need of financial resources to be able to help those victims and their families. If you would like to donate, your support is always welcome. Every little bit counts. You can make checks payable to: Eliza’s Helping Hands, Inc.
  2. Wear purple: Wear purple — the color of Domestic Violence Awareness Month — during the month of October and use this as a way to tell others why ending domestic violence is important to you.
  3. Speak Out: Talk with a friend, family member, colleague, or neighbor about domestic violence. Talking about domestic violence helps to erase stigma and shows survivors that they will be supported.
  4. Candlelight vigil– Kernersville Town Hall Courtyard, 6pm, 10/19
  5. Ribbon Cutting for new Community Resource Center- 233 W. Mountain Street, 9:15am, 10/16