Creative Communication Network continues our involvement in Domestic Violence programs, with a featured presentation on Sunday, November 13.
The program is sponsored by DiWA (Dallas Iranian Women’s Association), and will be held at the Plano Art Association, 1013 15th Place – Suite 105, Plano, Texas 75074. She is joined on the program with Lisa Foster, a community educator for the New Beginning Center in Garland.
The program is scheduled from 3:00-6:00 p.m.
Click on the flier below to read full details:
You don’t have to buy one, and we will let you in if you do not have one. But, if it is possible for you to wear a purple shirt to the October 7th First Friday Book Synopsis at the Dallas Park City Club, that would help us commemorate our charity sponsorship that day.
Our charity for the book synopsis this month is our October 21 half-day seminar, “The State of Affairs in Domestic Violence,” benefiting the New Beginning Center and Hope’s Door, which are agencies dedicated to assist affected victims and families. Creative Communication Network President Karl J. Krayer is the host and moderator for the conference.
October 21 is “Purple Shirt Day,” and wearing a purple shirt to our book synopsis, or on that day is one way to honor the victims and families who have suffered with domestic violence.
You can click HERE for complete information about the October 21 seminar, including a preview of the program and speakers.
You can register for the seminar or make a donation by clicking HERE
You can register for the First Friday Book Synopsis on October 7 by clicking HERE.
Here is a flier for the October 21 conference:
On Friday, September 30, the New Beginning Center hosts a candlelight vigil to honor the victims and survivors of intimate partner and family violence. The New Beginning Center is a non-profit organization in Garland, Texas, dedicated to where life without Domestic Violence begins. The multi-faceted program begins at 6:00 p.m. at Lakeside Market Plano, located at 5801 Preston Road at Spring Creek Parkway.
You can find directions and other information about the candlelight vigil on the New Beginning Center’s Facebook page by clicking here.
The featured speaker at the vigil is our own Carmen Coreas, an international consultant for Creative Communication Network. Coreas, a victim and survivor of sexual abuse and domestic violence, will share her personal journey as she moved from victim to survivor to thriver. Her upbeat message offers the dual features of remembrance and hope. She is a frequent speaker to agencies and shelters for Domestic Violence victims, and offers a complete presentation entitled “It Ends With You,” which she gives free of charge to qualifying organizations. You can find complete information by clicking here. All attendees will receive a free copy of her newest publication, “From My Heart to Yours,” based upon entries in her Christian blog, which you can read by clicking here.
In addition to this event, Coreas is also one of five speakers at the October 21 half-day conference at Springcreek Church in Garland sponsored by Creative Communication Network entitled “The State of Affairs in Domestic Violence,” benefiting the New Beginning Center and Hope’s Door, with voluntary donations. You can find a flier for the event by clicking here, and pre-register by clicking here. Coreas will speak on “Victim Interventions: Four Ways It Ends With You.” This event is CCN’s featured charity at our First Friday Book Synopsis on October 7. Click here for complete information.
Creative Communication Network is proud to host the October 21 conference, and we are also proud of Carmen as she presents at that event, as well as the September 30 candlelight vigil in Plano.
You can call the New Beginning Center for more information about these events at (972) 276-0423.
Save the date!
I am excited to announce that Creative Communication Network will sponsor a half-day workshop on Domestic Violence this fall. The exact date is Friday, October 21, from 9:30 a.m. until 11:45 a.m. This is purple shirt day. We will meet at First United Methodist Church in Garland, Texas.
The exact title is “The State of Affairs in Domestic Violence.” I will be the host and moderator for the session, which features expert speakers on a variety of topics.
This is also the charity recipient for the First Friday Book Synopsis at the Park City Club in Dallas on Friday, October 7. We will collect donations to the New Beginning Center, which is an agency in Garland that supports victims of domestic violence.
The conference is targeted for these purposes:
- Leave informed – You will hear trends, updates, problems, progress, and opportunities.
- Consider for yourself – Are we winning the war against Domestic Violence?
- Hear from expert speakers who are involved in a variety of interventions.
The program is as follows:
Corporate Interventions in Domestic Violence – Kathryn Klepak, Director of Human Resources – City of Garland
Community Responses to Domestic Violence – Erin Kincaid, Manager of Community Education, New Beginning Center
Educational and Faith-Based Interventions in Domestic Violence – Monique Herrera, Community Educator, New Beginning Center
Law Enforcement Interventions in Domestic Violence – Wayne Sherriff, Detective for Domestic Investigations and Sex Crimes – City of Garland
Victim Interventions – “Four Ways it Ends With You” – Carmen Coreas, Creative Communication Network
We will also end with a forum discussion, where participants can ask questions of the speakers.
Stay tuned! Registration information will be available shortly on a variety of web sites.
ADMISSION IS BY VOLUNTARY DONATIONS TO BENEFIT THE NEW BEGINNING CENTER
As an organization, Creative Communication Network has taken an active interest in, and a stand against domestic violence. You can read my essay about this topic that I wrote last summer on our blog by clicking HERE.
Here are some examples of our recent activity. The New Beginning Center in Garland, Texas, has as its mission this statement: “We are dedicated to ending family violence through education, advocacy, counseling and support and we work tirelessly to help bring these free resources to our community.” You can explore the Center’s web page by clicking HERE.
The New Beginning Center is in the midst of hosting a five-day “Trendsetters Camp” for teens, ages 13-18. The camp is to help teens build proper relationships, fight bullying, and prevent domestic violence. We sponsored one of the teens to attend the camp. You can click on the Center’s Facebook page HERE. On Monday, June 13, one of our CCN speakers, Carmen Coreas, addressed the group of participants, by sharing her experiences and providing “red flags” for them to watch out for in their relationships.
We also provide Carmen’s presentation free of charge to all qualifying agencies and shelters. Her speech, “It Ends With You” is an uplifting message for victims, explaining that there is always hope for a new future that they create. Participants hear her story, and she shows them how to take charge of their life by taking specific directions that they can implement. She says, “I understand what you have gone through – it ended with me! It ends with you!” For more information about her presentation, click HERE. To book the presentation for an agency or shelter, contact me at .
In the summer, I teach a public speaking course, and I will invite top speakers to participate in a bureau to spread the word about the New Beginning Center, to provide positive public relations, and increase financial contributions and other means of support.
In the fall, I teach an MBA course in “Practical Business Immersion,” and the students will complete a plan for an important project for the Center to execute and implement.
These are just some of the activities that our company is active with regarding domestic violence. For information on how you could help book a presentation, make a donation, or increase awareness, contact us at .