News Maker Tammy Sharpe on the Phoenix Project

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and the Phoenix Project is turning Front Royal Purple in recognition.

We spoke with the Executive Director of the Phoenix Project Tammy Sharpe in our latest news maker.

News makers are brought to you by Warren County Together We are Community.

Tammy tells us what the purple ribbons adorning town are about and how Phoenix Project would like to see more.

She also tells us of the many services offered by the Phoenix Project for those in need.

Tammy also tells us about one of the Phoenix Project’s biggest fundraisers planned for Thur. Oct. 20.

Click here for Tammy’s interview.

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Purple bows are appearing around Front Royal

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Purple bows have been appearing around Main Street, Royal Avenue Front Royal and Warren County Court House to bring awareness to Domestic Violence.

Board Members, agency volunteers and staff members and others of the Phoenix Project have been placing the bows.

They not only bring awareness to the epidemic of domestic violence in the community but are also to honor survivors and victims.

These bows are to serve as a reminder that the Phoenix Project provides crisis intervention and temporary housing for those in imminent danger.

Many services and programs are available from the Phoenix Project for help and support as well.

Contact the Phoenix Project if you need help at 540-635-2300.

Learn more about the Phoenix Project here.

The Phoenix Project will add more displays and would like to turn the entire town purple in October from now on according to their email.

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