Bradley Angle is celebrating 40 years of building communities free from domestic violence and oppression. Please join us for our signature 40th anniversary event where we are honored to be featuring keynote speaker Cheryl Strayed, author of Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail.
The luncheon will celebrate those who have helped us transform our community over the last four decades, and continue the discussion about the importance of economic empowerment to enable survivors to gain independence and mark a path toward their own success.
Please join us for a powerful event to continue providing safety, healing and hope to all.
Join the #PurplePurse Challenge and support a survivor to take back financial control of their life. Bradley Angle is proud to be part of the #PurplePurse Challenge. For every $100 you donate to any of our pages from October 1 to October 27, you will receive a complimentary ticket to the Wild Lunch.
CLICK HERE to join the challenge.
About Bradley Angle:
Established in 1975 as the first domestic violence shelter on the West Coast, Bradley Angle supports survivors in achieving safety, empowerment, healing and hope. Every year, more than 550 adults, teens and kids walk through the doors at Bradley Angle for emergency shelter, housing assistance, financial education, healthy relationships classes and more. We are devoted to building communities free from domestic violence and oppression, where loving, compassionate and equitable relationships exist for all people.