End The Violence Coalition supports efforts around the state to raise awareness, develop education and training, and fundraise. End The Violence Coalition events calendar is open to all human services agencies, non-profits, and others who are involved with domestic violence work. Submissions to the calendar will be reviewed before posting.

Empowering domestic violence professionals in the Pacific Northwest with cutting-edge training at the End the Violence Conference.


Join us and “pour” into The Spokane Regional Domestic Violence Coalition’s mission to End The Violence.

Saturday, Oct. 21st, 2023
Northern Quest Resort & Casino

Sandy Williams Justice Center, Free Walk-In Legal Clinics

The organizers have arranged mobile Free Walk-In Legal Clinics at various locations throughout Spokane County during the months of April, May, and June, providing easily accessible legal assistance in a variety of civil legal matters, assistance with forms and procedures, and referral to additional resources. In addition to Sandy Williams Justice Volunteer attorneys and legal professionals, the Spokane Regional Domestic Violence Coalition (SRDVC) will provide free legal advocates to assist participants with domestic violence-related legal matters like protection orders. The Legal Clinics in Spokane are a remarkable example of the power of collaboration among organizations, offering community members a chance to receive free legal assistance. The team has worked tirelessly to make the clinics accessible to everyone, bridging the gaps in Spokane’s legal services, promoting hope, racial equity, and solidarity
Upcoming Legal Clinics Schedule:
June Schedule:
June 5, 2023 3:00 – 5:00 p.m., Northeast Community Center
4001 N Cook St., Spokane, WA 99207
June 6, 2023 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Deer Park Library
208 S Forest Ave, Deer Park, WA 99006
June 9, 2023, Time and Location TBD
Pride Legal Clinic
Hosted by QLaw Foundation of Washington
June 14, 2023 3:45 – 5:45 p.m., West Central Community Center
1603 N. Belt St., Spokane WA 99205
(inside the Don Kelly room)
June 21, 2023 2:00 – 4:00 p.m., Cheney Library
610 1st St., Cheney, WA 99004
June 28, 2023 2:00 – 4:00 p.m., Airway Heights Library
1213 S Lundstrom St.
Airway Heights, WA 99001
**additional services/locations/dates coming soon

End the Violence Conference

Spokane Regional Domestic Violence Coalition is proud to announce registration is open for the first annual End the Violence Conference. The End the Violence Conference goal is to provide training to those who are employed in the fields of law enforcement, prosecution, attorneys, judges, first responders, victim advocates, and other professionals who work with those impacted by domestic violence.
To register please go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/5…

End the Violence Conference

Purple for a Purpose

End the Violence Coalition, along with Stop the Silence Spokane, is excited to bring back the second annual Purple for a Purpose promotion. This month-long event is your opportunity to partner with us to help End the Violence in Spokane and participate in October’s Nationwide Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
This year’s theme is: Purple for a Purpose: Spokane Supports Domestic Violence Prevention.
Reports and data have shown us that Spokane experiences higher rates of domestic violence than anywhere else in Washington state. Domestic violence is the leading cause of homicides in Spokane county and calls to law enforcement have increased by 40% over the last year.
Stop the Silence was created in the aftermath of tragic loss. In 2017, Jesseka Frazer-Musson was murdered by her fiancé in Bonners Ferry, Idaho. As her family began working through their grief and trauma, Stop the Silence was formed by Jesseka’s sister Shauna Kennedy-Carr in order to raise funds for local non-profit organizations who provide support and work directly with people impacted by domestic violence. They have successfully raised thousands of dollars to help victims as well as raise awareness through their many events throughout the year.
In October 2021, Stop the Silence partnered with End the Violence Coalition to launch Purple for a Purpose in Spokane. Our first year we partnered with over 40 restaurants, coffee shops, and bakeries. This year we are hoping to expand our partnerships and increase awareness in our community. Thank you for being part of this important campaign to raise awareness and much needed funds. It is with your eager participation that we will bring an end to domestic violence in the Spokane region. We look forward to working with you this year!
Purple for a Purpose: Spokane Supports Domestic Violence Prevention is a month-long promotion that highlights purple drinks, foods, and desserts to raise awareness and funds for domestic violence prevention in Spokane.
This year Purple for a Purpose: Spokane Supports Domestic Violence Prevention is going to be even bigger and better! We are prepared to double our participation and invite YOU to join us!
Action Items:
Spokane Regional Domestic Violence Coalition and Stop the Silence will provide you with:
End the Violence Coalition and STS ask that you consider donating to our organizations as a participant in Purple for a Purpose. Purple for a Purpose donations go toward helping End the Violence Coalition and Stop the Silence work in prevention and support for survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, child abuse and stalking.
You may set up your donations in whatever manner works best for your business. We do not require a minimum for participation.
Ideas include:
All donations are tax deductible.
If this sounds like a fun and easy way to spread awareness, please sign up at www.signupgenius.com/p4p by September 25, 2022. Let us know that you are joining Purple for a Purpose and plan on attending the Kickoff event on September 26, 2022, where you will also receive your P4P packet.
If you have questions, please email Taffy at outreach@srdvc.org or call 509-505-7056
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