‘Excessive $5 For Dads’ occasion raises cash for home violence outreach, training

HONOLULU (KHON2) – Father’s Day is just around the corner and the Domestic Violence Action Center is accepting donations in honor of the father.

On Saturday June 12th, a drive-by donation page was held in Kaka’ako as part of the “High $ 5 For Dads” campaign.

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People were encouraged to donate $ 5 or more to help outreach and raise awareness about domestic violence.

“If you are a prisoner of an abusive partner or parent, it is dangerous. Now, however, good fathers are doing what they can to protect their families in partnership with their good mothers. “

Nanci Kreidman, CEO of the Domestic Violence Action Center


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“And since men are the culprits in most cases, we have to tell the boys: stop beating your wives and girlfriends,” said Honolulu prosecutor Steve Alm. “Stop trying to control them. Be a good role model for your children. “

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Click here to donate to the Domestic Violence Action Center.