The Survive2Thrive Foundation is excited to announce The Inaugural Purple Bow Tie Open at the beautiful River Place Country Club on Monday, April 29, 2018. We would like to invite you to come and be a part of this action-packed golf tournament, full of fun for a worthy cause. Register your teams HERE!
Approximately 1 in 4 men in the U.S. have experienced domestic abuse by an intimate partner in his lifetime. Much of the attention related to domestic abuse focuses on women as victims. Men are also less likely to report abuse than women. However, men also are victims, sometimes at the hands of a female partner, and at other times, a parent or same-sex partner. Men of all ages, are suffering in silence and shame until now. I am honored to introduce to you, The Purple Bow Tie.
Survive2Thrive’s The Purple Bow Tie programming seeks to raise awareness and resources for:
Men who have been abused by their spouse or partner.
Men who are themselves abusive and seek rehabilitation.
Men who support other men, women, and children affected by domestic violence and abuse.
The Purple Bow Tie is creating content and curriculum, as well as, hosting retreats, workshops, webinars and discussions on various topics for men ages 14 and up. This intensive work will change the story about men, violence and abuse through Mentorship, Education, and Advocacy.