Go Purple for Domestic Violence Awareness Month & Enter the #HopeLine Giveaway

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Go Purple for Domestic Violence Awareness Month & Enter the #HopeLine Giveaway
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Did you know that one in four women will experience physical violence by an intimate partner within their lifetime? You can help support victims and survivors of domestic violence this October. HopeLine® from Verizon is asking you to go purple in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 

How To Enter - Tweet about the giveaway:  Click here to tweet:
"Learn more about Domestic Violence Awareness & Enter the #HopeLine Giveaway: bit.ly/1VJXGMO via @SheSpeaksUp."

Visit any Verizon store or click here to purchase exclusive purple accessories, like a headset, phone or tablet case, and HopeLine will donate $1, up to $100,000, to the National Domestic Violence Hotline for every accessory purchased.

Do you have an old cell phone you aren’t using?  Get rid of your clutter and help the cause!  Simply drop off your wireless phones, chargers and accessories, from any carrier, at a Verizon store and help support victims and survivors of domestic violence.  The phones and accessories donated to HopeLine are turned into financial support for domestic violence awareness and prevention initiatives. Help HopeLine reach its goal of 1 million phone donations by the end of 2015!

Spread the word about this important cause by entering our giveaway, and you could be one of three winners who will win a purple LG Tone Pro™ Wireless Stereo Headset, valued at $69.99!

How To Enter - Tweet about the giveaway:  Click here to tweet:
"Learn more about Domestic Violence Awareness & Enter the #HopeLine Giveaway: bit.ly/1VJXGMO via @SheSpeaksUp."

Three lucky commenters (or tweeters) will be chosen at random to receive a LG Tone Pro™ Wireless Stereo Headset, valued at $69.99.  Giveaway is open to U.S. residents only. Enter through 10/31. Winner will be chosen randomly by 11/4 and notified by email.

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  • doe_ma By doe_ma
    10.31.15  

    I wish that it didn't share the month of October with breast cancer!! Both are causes that deserve there own month!

  • hofken By hofken
    10.29.15  

    Tweeted https://twitter.com/hofken/status/659790687131406336

  • anitakayduvall By anitakayduvall
    10.29.15  

    https://twitter.com/anitakayduvall/status/659749287803273216

  • beccamb By beccamb
    10.29.15  

    I volunteered on a domestic violence hotline and eventually quit because of angry family members calling in and yelling because we didn't do more. You can't be Rambo in these situations; abused people have to find the courage to leave their abusers. It's not as easy as it sounds; years of abuse destroy self esteem and feelings of self worth and they believe all that happens is their fault. If you love someone who is being abused, let them know they have your support and don't give up on them.

  • laurj12 By laurj12
    10.29.15  

    What a great promotion and giveaway!

  • BethBakes By BethBakes
    10.29.15  

    Bring a domestic violence survivor I fully support any programs that bring awareness of or assistance to domestic violence victims.

  • shonvic1981 By shonvic1981
    10.29.15  

    I think this a great cause and awareness should be brought to the problem. I've already donated my previous phones to Domestic Violence. I have a few friends that have personally dealt with Domestic abuse in their relationships. Spreading the word- https://twitter.com/shonwms/status/659580793421996032

  • SheilaMR By SheilaMR
    10.28.15  

    Spread the word about this important cause, Learn more about Domestic Violence Awareness & Enter the #HopeLine Giveaway: bit.ly/1VJXGMO via @SheSpeaksUp.

  • winchamp By winchamp
    10.28.15  

    "Learn more about Domestic Violence Awareness & Enter the #HopeLine Giveaway: bit.ly/1VJXGMO via @SheSpeaksUp."

  • tdhedrick By tdhedrick
    10.28.15  

    No one's situation is the same.......but we can All say, that we are who we are today, is Because of yesterday. And today, I am STRONGER.

  • sonia23 By sonia23
    10.28.15  

    this is a wonderful program

  • ymaynard By ymaynard
    10.28.15  

    Many people don't understand the tremendously often-unimaginable mental dynamics that goes on in the heads of domestically abused women. They don't have to have a sturdy reason for staying...many try to attribute whatever makes sense to them. But thankfully others on the outside care!!! Thank you...

  • fiona06 By fiona06
    10.28.15  

    I love this HopeLine program by Verizon! I tweeted this awesome giveaway: https://twitter.com/carabao62/status/659486307769561088 Thank You

  • Paigesummer By Paigesummer
    10.28.15  

    Break away, I did and it was the best thing I could have done!!

  • ThatsSoMimi By ThatsSoMimi
    10.28.15  

    Domestic violence awareness is so important and as a survivor, I commend Verizon for years of advocacy they have done. Educating people about DV, and providing programs and support for people impacted by it is crucial. It takes funding, and caring hands on deck to maintain continued DV awareness and prevention programming in place in communities across America. Please donate to the cause and be a beacon of support for survivors in your community. Never did I believe that my story would some day help and inspire others, but it did and I am forever grateful to those who helped me along my journey.

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