MRS. GEORGIA GLOBE JOINS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ‘WINNING’ TEAM
(Atlanta, Georgia) Tiffany Marshall, the newly crowned Mrs. Georgia Globe understands the importance of a win but not as you might think. As Mrs. Georgia Globe, Tiffany is the state spokeswoman for The W.I.N. Foundation, an outreach that specializes in abuse recovery.
Says Marshall “The W.I.N. Foundation has launched a campaign called Love Does Not Hurt. Love Does Not Hurt is a virtual campaign where both men and women join the “Love Does Not Hurt” movement. Domestic violence needs to be evicted from the game of life. Joining this campaign can make this happen.
Each person who joins the video campaign is asked to record a video, share why you think it is important and then challenge two people and your favorite NFL player to take the stance.
Why include NFL Players? According to the President and Founder of The W.I.N. Foundation Dr Tracy Kemble “The NFL needs a W.I.N. It has a black-eye on itself but this is the time that we can create change. Not just the NFL but also young men around this country need to see other men take a stance against violence towards women. Domestic violence affects one in three women in the United States. This means that it is no longer just a family problem. This is now a cultural problem. We need to get off the sidelines and get involved.”
The W.I.N. Foundation is a 501c-3 non-profit and has been providing programs of recovery since 1996. The W.I.N. Foundation is asking for a $10 donation to per video. The funds raised will go towards providing education, awareness and recovery programs for abuse.
For more on the “Love Does Not Hurt” movement or The W.I.N. Foundation visit their website at www.WINFoundationInternational.org or www.LoveDoesNotHurt.org. Tiffany Marshall contact info: 832-298-3834 /firstname.lastname@example.org
By: Tonnisha Deonn