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“Jeans for Justice”

“Jeans for Justice” is a mobile art display sponsored by S.A.F.E., Inc. and created by residents of northeast Mississippi. The purpose is to express feeling about violence and to let people know that that we as citizens of northeast Mississippi do not condone behavior that leads to or encourages any kind of violence, abuse, or […]

The FACT Conference is coming up on October 11th! Find out more about it this Saturday, October 1st at 5PM when FACT Committee Members Carole Ann Sewell and Mary Katherine Spencer join Terry Smith on WTVA’s FOCUS. “For nearly 30 years, WTVA’s weekly Focus program has spanned a vast array of issues and events key […]

Verizon Donation For Victims and Survivors of Domestic Violence

Mary Katherine Spencer from S.A.F.E., Inc. and the staff of the the new Oxford, Mississippi Verizon Store at their ribbon cutting ceremony July 22, 2011. Verizon makes a donation to help eliminate domestic violence and serve victims each time they open a new corporate location. Follow the link below to learn about HopeLine®, Verizon’s community service […]

United Way To Give Away School Supplies

United Way to give away school supplies by Carlie Kollath/NEMS Daily Journal TUPELO – The United Way of Northeast Mississippi is skipping a formal campaign kickoff and is doing a back-to-school event instead. Last year, Leigh Anne Tuohy, the real-life mom in the movie “The Blind Side,” headlined the group’s kickoff event. The event usually […]

Jeans for Justice Doesn’t End in April!

By the time you read this article, our formal Jeans for Justice Day, April 29th 2011, will have passed, but there are ongoing ways that you can participate: Make a donation: A 5$ donation can really make a difference. You can donate any time. If you like to wear jeans to work, help set up […]

Jeans for Justice: Thanks to Everyone!

We thank everyone who participated in the Jeans for Justice Fundraiser this year! Judge Rickey W. Thompson and Sargent Shirley Moon: Lee County Drug Court Corinth Housing Authority Tupelo Department of Development The Family Resource Center of Tupelo Northside Boys & Girls Club, Tupelo Reed’s Department Store   With your help we raised over $300 […]

Register for “Jeans for Justice” Now!

Friday, April 29th 2011 is S.A.F.E., Inc. “Jeans for Justice” Day! For the last three years, Tupelo and Lee County businesses have made donations to our rape crisis center in exchange for allowing their staff to wear jeans to work on that day. Each participating business receives a poster to display in their office which […]

The Yearbook Staff at Mooreville Middle School participate in “Jeans for Justice”

Jeans painted with messages about violence have been created by residents of northeast Mississippi from a wide variety of backgrounds and age groups in conjunction with our annual “Jeans for Justice” fund-raiser. The jeans reflect the individual artists’ feelings about violence in our community. Some jeans honor victims of violent crime, others state facts and […]