Thomas J. Henry Launches New Campaign to End Domestic Violence
SAN ANTONIO, TX (March 31, 2020) –In light of the current coronavirus pandemic and city orders to “stay in place,” domestic violence incidents are unfortunately predicted to increase. Ahead of Child Abuse Prevention Month in April, attorney Thomas J. Henry is honored to partner with local non-profits Christy’s Hope, Corpus Christi’s The Purple Door, and SAFE Alliance of Austin to campaign against domestic violence.
During the month of April, Thomas J. Henry encourages the community to donate to the organizations and support their mission to end domestic violence while strengthening families through education and early prevention.
“In an effort to raise awareness on the impact of domestic violence, I urge the community to come together and support non-profits like these,” said Attorney Thomas J. Henry. “Despite the world health events that have unfolded, the organization’s mission has not changed. All monies raised will directly benefit Women and Children’s Shelters. Be a champion and donate today!”
At the end of the campaign, Mr. Henry has also committed to make a $40,000 donations to Christy’s Hope, The Purple Door, and SAFE Alliance ofnAustin.
About Thomas J. Henry Law Firm
Thomas J. Henry Injury Attorneys is one of the largest plaintiffs’ personal injury firms in the country. The firm currently houses more than 175 attorneys and 350 supporting staff in six office locations across Texas in San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Austin and Houston.
About Christy’s Hope
About The Purple Door
The Purple Door is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Corpus Christi, Texas. The agency provides FREE services to victims and survivors of family violence and sexual assault throughout a 12-county region of South Texas. In addition, The Purple Door offers support and empowerment to individuals through a safe shelter, non-residential services/programs, and outreach.
About SAFE Alliance
SAFE is a Central Texas nonprofit committed to providing safety, stability, and healing to anyone who has experienced violence and abuse. Locally, we provide housing, support services, and prevention programs to stop the cycle of violence. Globally, we engage in conversations that shape a culture free from violence and abuse.