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Family Resource Center seek men to stand up against sexual violence

Posted: March 13, 2014 5:09 p.m.
Updated: March 14, 2014 5:00 a.m.

The Family Resource Center has launched a campaign to engage men and boys in ending sexual violence and child abuse. The 100 Men Strong Campaign is asking 100 men to stand strong and declare that violence against women and children must end. Men who are interested in joining our movement can do the following:

• Make a donation of $100 or more to the Family Resource Center

• Sign the Men of Strength Pledge

• Become part of the 100 Men Strong Committee

• Inspire other men to stand with us in this effort

• Allow your name and/or picture to be used in the media outlets covering this initiative

• And plan to attend the 100 Men Strong Celebration on April 12 at the Robert Mills Courthouse to be honored for support and strength.

Already several men have pledged their support of this worthy cause, among them Donny Supplee, the Executive Director of Kershaw County United Way, Dr. Frank Morgan, Superintendent of Kershaw County Schools and John Clinton also of the Kershaw County School district.

"For years, sexual violence and child abuse have been viewed by many as a "woman’s issue", however, we believe it’s a community issue in which men are a critical link in ending violence and educating others how," said Rosalyn Moses, FRC executive director.

Men who are interested in joining the 100 Men Strong campaign can do so on the website at www.thefamilyresourcecenter.org. You can also contact the Family Resource Center at 425-4357.

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