Last Friday night, the Nathan Abbott Team dressed in “Raver” costumes and walked with 600 other men, women and children to show support of domestic violence awareness. Walk Her Way, an annual one mile fun walk in Rosemary Beach, raised more than $25,000 for the Rosemary Beach Foundation and Shelter House this year!
Men, women and children of all ages donned festive costumes, put on high heels and followed the New Orleans style brass band through Rosemary Beach to raise awareness of domestic violence. This was our second year to join in the walk in Rosemary Beach and we look forward to next year already. With much excitement we were pleased to take home two awards for our team: the “oh my gosh goulash” and “best costume” awards.
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Shelter House is the domestic violence center serving Okaloosa and Walton counties. All services provided by Shelter House are free and confidential for victims and include a 24-hour hotline, crisis counseling, advocacy, outreach, primary prevention, transitional housing, confidential shelter and supportive services for family members.
Rosemary Beach Foundation supports non-profit organizations and local causes through donations, sponsorships, community and volunteer activities. In our 8-year history, Rosemary Beach Foundation donated over $400,000.