Network for Victim Recovery of DC (NVRDC) invites you to join us for our 5th Annual Event, Justice: Survivor Defined, in recognition of the many ways that crime victims in the District achieve survivor defined justice. We are excited to celebrate NVRDC’s four years of providing holistic legal advocacy and comprehensive case management to assist victims in their quest for justice.
With the increased attention being paid to crime and violence in our cities across our country, now more than ever it is vital to send a message of support to all victims of crime and to honor various forms of recovery and perceptions of justice. NVRDC’s services are provided for free to all clients, regardless of income, for as long as they need assistance and representation. All of the proceeds from the Annual Event ensure that our services remain available when crime victims need them most.
Tickets are available via Eventbrite and include admission to the event, food, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and the opportunity to bid on items during the Silent Auction.
LW Advocacy Awardee:
Firm Voice Awardees:
Mary Helen Wimberly
Special thanks to our sponsors:
More information coming soon!
Check out our Eventbrite page for tickets and to register your team!
Do you have what it takes to be the next Cornhole for a Cause Champion? Join NVRDC, Monocacy Brewing Company, and our host, the American University Wellness Center, for our 4th annual cornhole tournament! Proceeds from the event will go directly towards NVRDC's comprehensive, holistic services for crime victims in DC.
Have you and a friend enter as a team or just come to watch and enjoy the event. Teams will compete in an elimination style tournament featuring prizes for the winning team.
Don't know what cornhole is? Skip to minute 4:00 on this video to check out the 2014 World Championship. Teams of all levels and experience are encouraged to join.
- Tournament Team - $60
Gets one team of two people into the tournament, 2 beer tickets per person, and food. Spots are limited to 32 teams so get yours today!
- Individual Spectator - $25
Gets one individual entry into the event, 2 beer tickets, and food.
- Designated Driver - $10
One individual entry into the event and food.
Drink tickets with team entries or individual specatator tickets will feature some of Monocacy's great local beers. Additional drinks are available for purchase for individuals holding Team and Spectator Tickets (no alcohol will be served to Designated Drivers).
Please note that this event is open only to individuals 21+.
Ticket sales will close at midnight on Friday, July 8th and will not be sold the day of the event or at the door.
Preventing and responding to sexual violence is everyone's responsibility, however, alcohol is often used in the perpetration of sexual assault. Please drink responsibly and join us in this event to raise money for sexual assault response services.
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As a community, the District of Columbia can help crime victims and their loved ones across our city stand with, and advocate for, survivors of crime. Join the Network for Victim Recovery of DC (NVRDC) for the Run for Rights Sur5K and Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, April 16th at East Potomac Park. This event is part of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week 2016, a nationwide effort to raise awareness for crime victims’ rights and restore victims’ hope for healing and recovery.
The race will begin at 8:00 am, and all participants and audience members are invited to a finish festival following the race, featuring local organizations and service providers who work directly with victims of crime in our city.
Click here to register today!
Running a race is difficult. It takes dedication, hard work, strength, and determination. Take the challenge in honor of crime victims across our city. It’s more than just a 5K. It’s a journey we will take together in solidarity with victims of crime everywhere.
For this event, we invite crime survivors, their friends, their family, and their community to come out to raise awareness for victims’ rights in the District and show their support for all victims of crime. While many 5K events are fundraisers, we are committed to making this event available to everyone regardless of financial means. Particularly because we know that crime impacts everyone, we are committed to creating a truly inclusive event that invites all victims of crime, their friends, family, and the DC community to show their support for victims of all types of crime in our city.
The first 35 crime survivors and 65 supporters to register will receive a free event t-shirt.
Click here to see our Facebook event page.
NVRDC's 4th Annual Event, Promoting Progress: Innovation in Advocacy is a celebration of our organization's growth over the last three years in serving victims of all types of crime in the District of Columbia.
Thanks to our generous supporters and sponsors, we have successfully provided legal and case management services to over 1,500 victims of crime in DC at no cost to our clients.
Help support the future of these services for crime victims in our city. All of the funds raised at Promoting Progress directly contribute to NVRDC’s wraparound legal and case management services that improve a survivor’s experience following the impact of crime—ultimately leading to safer and stronger communities.
Event Includes: Guest speaker, Renee Mitchell, an award-winning poet, performer, and social justice advocate based out of Portland, OR. Featuring the Share Your Story art exhibit created by survivors of crime to share their stories of recovery, a wonderful silent auction, and fun!
LW Advocacy Award Recipients
Captain Kimberly Dickerson, Metropolitan Police Department
Detective Curtis Prince, Metropolitan Police Department
Firm Voice Award Recipients
Christopher Cole, Crowell & Moring LLP
Olivia Lynch, Crowell & Moring LLP
Crowell & Moring LLP
To purchase your tickets, please visit our Eventbrite page. Tickets will not be available on the day of the event.
If you or your business are interested in learning more about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Bridgette Harwood.
Share Your Story invites victims and survivors of crime in DC to use art as an act of testimony and self-expression. Following a traumatic event, there is often a process of having to tell and re-tell the unfolding events of what happened. Afterwards, many survivors become silent and may be hesitant to verbally process their experienced incident. Here, however, words do not have to be the primary medium; color, texture, and visual expression will capture what words cannot. The pieces created, by survivors at Share Your Story, will be part of a larger celebration—the Annual NVRDC Fundraiser. This event is hosted each November and includes a special keynote speaker, community partners, food and full bar, etc. A highlighted portion of this event will be a silent auction, which will include art pieces by participating survivors from Share Your Story.
Victimization happens in isolation, but healing takes place with community—NVRDC aims to reach out and rise up for all individuals impacted by crime. We hope that you will reach with us to share your story.
Please RSVP to this free event!
Sponsored by Silverman Thompson Slutkin and White.
Join NVRDC at DC Reynolds for Buy One, Give One - a night out for a great cause!
Donating your BOGO ticket to NVRDC will go directly to support our free legal services, comprehensive support and case management for all crime victims, and DC's 24-hour sexual assault crisis response project.
We'll be there to meet you and talk with anyone interested in learning more about NVRDC and our services.
August 11, 2015 or August 12, 2015 (please choose one)
9:30 am - 5:30 pm
The DC TROV team invites you to "Assisting Victims of Elder Abuse," a interactive conversation & cross-training for victim advocates, the aging network, Adult Protective Services, and others who interact with seniors and/or survivors. Click here for more information.
Join us for Bags and Beer, a cornhole tournament with cash and prizes for the winning teams. Not a cornhole enthusiast? Come for the live music & beer by Monocacy Brewing Co.
The cornhole tournament will begin at 3pm. Stay for the after-party and listen to live music til 8pm! A portion of proceeds will be donated to Network for Victim Recovery of DC, an organization that aims to change the impact of victimization by providing holistic, comprehensive services to all crime victims in DC.
Food will be available for purchase. No outside food or alcohol permitted. Must be 21 years or older to attend.
Thank you to our sponsors!
-Jackson and Associates
-Crowell & Moring
-Latham Watkins LLP
-Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld LLP
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