Here at the Marjaree Mason Center as we look to next year, it’s only natural for us to reflect on the past. Within the past year, we’re proud of our accomplishment in establishing a three-year Strategic Plan, which serves as the foundation for how our agency will support and serve victims of domestic violence in Fresno County.
In upcoming months, we will provide an in-depth update of all that we’ve accomplished within our plan, and next steps. In the meantime, we’re looking forward to expanding our domestic-violence education and training services in 2016; this initiative speaks to our mission.
We plan to execute this growth through our focus on domestic violence trainings and workshops, offering curriculum partially online, and making it more accessible to those who have expressed interest in further domestic-violence education.
As our vision is to live in a community free of domestic violence, starting with prevention is crucial. Increasing education to our community partners and our youth will bring us closer to ending the generational cycle of abuse
As a Fresno County resident, and concerned neighbor, you can support healthy relationships education by donating to mmcenter.org.
Genelle Taylor Kumpe, executive director, Marjaree Mason Center