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Outreach and Awareness Programs

The Community Education Department strives to make every member of our community aware that abuse is a reality in our community, that help is available for those suffering from abuse and that all our services are free of charge.

Events, Fairs, Media

Sometimes, organizations and schools are not looking to be educated by formal presentations or classes but are looking for Hope’s Door New Beginning Center to simply have a presence in the community at events, fairs or in the media. 

Our Outreach and Awareness programs are designed to meet community members and network with other professionals in order to get the word out to all members of our community about our free services and how to get in touch with us.  The more community members that hear about us and how we help people who have been victimized by abuse, the more people will seek our services and be empowered to live lives full of love, hope and respect.
(Above: At the Plano Mayor’s Intern Job Fair)

Information Booths and Tables

We would be happy to attend any event, conference, resource fair, community fair, volunteer fair, rally or festival.  Hope’s Door New Beginning Center hosts tables and booths with all kinds of information about our free services and our organization.

At a booth or table, we typically make the following available to the community:

  • Representative(s) from Hope’s Door New Beginning Center available to answer questions
  • Hope’s Door New Beginning Center brochures
  • Statistics and information related to Domestic Abuse
  • Information about our free trauma-informed services
  • How to get in touch with us
  • Volunteer opportunities at Hope’s Door New Beginning Center
  • How to donate to Hope’s Door New Beginning Center
  • Shopping opportunities at our Resale Store
  • How and where to donate gently used items to our Resale Store
  • Our vision of hope, equality and respect in all relationships

Appearances at Events or Media Interviews

If you are looking for a representative from Hope’s Door to attend events, speak briefly about our services, our impact on the community or ways in which their monetary donations are used to benefit our clients, please give us a call.  We are also happy to do media interviews or be an informational resource for any publication, agency, organization or school in our community.

(Above: After appearing with Missi Wilson and guest on The MissInformed Internet Radio Show on KVGI)

Annual Candlelight Vigil

Each year, Hope’s Door New Beginning Center holds a Candlelight Vigil for those families and individuals who have been impacted by Domestic Abuse.  Held during October—Domestic Violence Awareness Month—our annual Candlelight Vigil honors the victims of domestic and family violence--those who lost their lives, as well as those who survived, and their family members.  The Garland Texan online newspaper reported on the 2017 HDNBC Candlelight Vigil here.  

(Above: 2017 Candlelight Vigil for Victims of Domestic Abuse in the Downtown Square in Garland, TX)

Help Is Available

Awareness and outreach events like the Candlelight Vigil are keys in preventing future violence and helping current victims to seek support.  We want each member of our community to know that free help and support are available to those who are or have been victimized by abuse.

(Above: Speaking to students during lunch at JJ Pearce High School in Richardson, TX)

More Information

We love hearing directly from members of our community.  If you would like more information about how Hope’s Door New Beginning Center can be a part of your event, fair, gathering, rally, internet, newspaper, TV or radio show, or if you have a question regarding our free Community Education Services, please call (972) 422-2911 ext. 254 and ask to speak to our Community Education Program Manager.


Request an Advocate

Please email any requests for one of our professional Educators to host a booth, speak to your school, organization, or community group about the dynamics of domestic abuse, teen dating abuse or family violence to Ryan Thomas at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  You may text him at 469-247-5133 or leave a voicemail message at the Education and Prevention voicemail box at our Outreach Center at 469-969-7254 as well.

All Community Education and Prevention Presentations are free of charge.

Please leave as many details as possible such as your name, organization, contact information, dates requested and the topics you are intesersted in learning about, and he will contact you within 3 business days to discuss your needs and set up a customized presentation.

Thank you for supporting survivors of abuse in our community!

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