Guadalupe Valley Family Violence Shelter, Inc.

SPREAD SOME JOY THIS HOLIDAY SEASON!

You can help to make the holidays a little brighter for a family in need!  Whether you choose to give a single toy, adopt a family, share holiday food, or make a monetary contribution, your gifts make a world of difference this holiday season.  Gift cards, including those used for minutes on prepaid phones, are especially helpful and movie passes and gift certificates for other activities are enjoyed by children in the shelter during the holidays.  Donations may be made at GVFVS's office.  For more information on adopting a client or family, or to arrange to drop off your donation, please contact us at 830-372-2780. **Due to safety and confidentiality concerns, donors are not able to deliver gifts to the clients directly.  Thank you for understanding our commitment to protecting our clients' safety and privacy.**

                                                                           

      October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

We're Going Purple to Raise Awareness!

Special Thanks to Xi Tau Sorority of T.L.U. for your help in lighting Central Park!

Photo Courtesy of Texas Council on Family Violence

Area Commissioners, City Councils, and Mayors join us in supporting survivors of domestic violence

Guadalupe County Commissioner's Court

                                                                                                                                                              

Wilson County Commissioner's Court                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Schertz City Council

April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month

and 

Child Abuse Prevention Month 

Area Mayors, City Councils, and Commissioner's Courts sign Proclamations urging citizens to support survivors of abuse, raise awareness, and support the efforts of those working on behalf of victims of crime

                                                    

                                           Seguin Mayor Don Keil                                                                                      Marion City Council

 

Lighting Central Park in Honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month