Grant will assist with violence prevention efforts

The LeeShore Center is very grateful to ConocoPhillips for their generous grant contribution of $2,500, which will help us provide violence prevention education to youth grades K-12 during 2014. ConocoPhillips is a long supporter of LeeShore and our violence prevention efforts targeting youth. With their help, during the last school year LeeShore provided 140 violence prevention education classes to 2943 youth. Helping children learn about healthy relationships, warning signs of abuse and ways to keep safe takes a community effort and we’re grateful ConocoPhillips plays an important role in that effort by supporting our mission to promote healthy families and a violence-free community!


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