This CSI Awareness Campaign fund-raiser is collaborated and partnered with restaurants, bars, retailers and businesses to help people victimized by crime. All materials are provided free by Crime Survivors, Inc. It’s a great way to bring awareness, prevention and survival during this National Crime Victims Rights Week, April 18 – 24, 2010.
From now until National Crime Victims Rights Week, many Californians will be joining the Crime Survivors Non Profit Organization to empower victims of crime to survive and thrive.
Through April 24, business patrons are assisting Crime Survivors mission by purchasing and signing $1, $5 or any amount decided Awareness Ribbon Cut Outs. To make the CSI Ribbon Campaign a success, supermarkets, convenience stores, restaurants and other businesses are decorating their ceilings, walls and windows with layers of black and blue ribbon cut out’s. Black to signify the crime and blue representing survival.
Thanks to the tireless efforts of volunteers, participating businesses and sponsors, the CSI Ribbon Campaign continues to offer help and hope to families served by Crime Survivors. We’re creating a future of hope, and we’re doing it one Ribbon at a time. CSI Ribbon Campaign is the perfect way for people to show their generosity and compassion for victims of crime. Everyone in every community can support Crime Survivors quest for empowering victims to survive and thrive and contribute through Ribbons at local businesses.
The mission of Crime Survivors is to ensure the public knows victims’ rights and needs and to provide resources, support, and information to empower crime victims to survive and thrive. Crime Survivors vision is for victims of crime to recover from their experience mentally, physically, emotionally, and financially, by receiving the respect, support, and protection from law enforcement, the judicial system, and the community.
To learn more about Crime Survivors or the CSI Awareness Campaign program, call (949) 872-7895 or visit www.crimesurvivors.org/page/dev/dev .
Thank You, Patricia Wenskunas Founder CEO