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December 10, 2014 Published in Business, Non-Profits

Northern Virginia Nonprofit Gives Domestic Violence Survivors Temporary Housing And Support To Break The Cycle Of Abuse

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PCI, a leading marketing agency, has selected Bethany House of Northern Virginia as its pro bono client for 2015. PCI will provide Bethany House with a strategic communications plan, social media support, and key outreach materials for partners and donors to support the renovation and expansion of its housing facilities.

Since 1979, Bethany House has provided families with safe, confidential shelter – along with case management, counseling, home and job skills training, and other services – to help them thrive. In Fairfax County, 33% of family homelessness is due to domestic violence.

“Last year we were able to serve 47 families,” said Jasmin Witcher, Acting Executive Director, “but the needs are so much greater. Expanding our housing is critical to enabling families to avoid two unbearable alternatives: being homeless or returning to an abuser.”

“Bethany House is providing services that are truly essential and life-changing,” said Bob Sprague, President and CEO of PCI. “We look forward to working with Bethany House as part of our commitment to helping create healthy communities.”

PCI has contributed pro bono marketing and creative work for not-for-profit organizations including Carpenter’s Shelter, the Child & Family Network Centers, the Campagna Center, the Marine Corps Marathon, SCORE, WAMU, Spring for Alexandria, and the Patriot Cruise and Salute, among others. In 2013 PCI was honored with the Alexandria Business Philanthropist of the Year Award by Volunteer Alexandria

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