"Restored” is a brand new program being launched in Killeen, Texas to serve Central Texas, and is sponsored by The National Domestic Violence Collaborative. A kickoff fundraiser is happening in Killeen on April 22, 2023 with the National Domestic Violence Collaborative.
"Our goal is for women and children to go from harmed to healed and from homeless to homeownership."
What is the National Domestic Violence Collaborative?
The organization is a national community of survivors and advocates founded by Killeen native Audrey Prosper with a vision to nurture healthier individuals, families, and communities with a new approach. The mission is to raise the national standard of advocacy and radically reduce the number of people impacted by domestic violence.
The Restored Program provides a world-class "healing house" designed to help women and children escape and thrive after abuse. It uniquely addresses the whole person: spiritually, emotionally, mentally, physically, relationally, professionally, educationally, and economically.
How can I attend?
Tickets are $40 and include a meal, entertainment, several raffle options like a couples getaway in Salado, family fun day, date night packages, exclusive Swarovski jewelry, and more. Get your TICKETS HERE, and join fellow supporters at the Endeavors Performing Arts and Special Events Center at 868 S. Ft. Hood Road in Killeen.
The event begins at 6pm with the meal served by Kasaundra Hamilton, owner of Kas in the Kitchen, and Monique Aviles, owner of The Pastry Witch. The menu includes spring mix salad, chicken piccata, pasta, veggies, dinner rolls, cannoli's, cream puffs, tiramisu, and Italian cookies.
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There will be a cash bar, and Piggie from Kiss 103.1 and B106 will be the LIVE DJ and co-MC for the event. You will also be treated to LIVE spoken word artists Kas the Poetess, and Shake the Poet. Plus, musical performances by Courtney Rose and LIVE guitarist Scott Taylor will perform.
The vision's goal is to grow from the pilot version of planting one home in Central Texas that will serve five women and their children. In addition, we are building an online academy portion to be available for survivors to access nationwide.