Take a Stand Against Domestic Violence
Join the hundreds of men who live or work in Greenwich and show your love and respect for the women and children in your lives by joining the annual Men Against Domestic Violence Campaign.
This year’s campaign co-chairs are: Senator Richard Blumenthal, Michael Bodson, President and CEO, The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation; Ray Dalio, Co-CIO & Co-Chairman, Bridgewater Associates; Chief James Heavey, Greenwich Police; Rabbi Mitchell Hurvitz, Temple Sholom and President of Greenwich Fellowship of the Clergy; Joe Kaliko, Founder, Needs Clearing House; Michael Kay, Sports Broadcaster; Scott Mitchell, Richard’s Department store; Adam Rohdie, Headmaster, Greenwich Country Day School; Bobby Walker, Jr., CEO, Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich; and James A. Waters, Chief of Staff, Compass Partners Advisors.
YWCA Greenwich is also partnering with the Greenwich Time to ask men who live or work in Greenwich to take a stand against all forms of domestic abuse, gender-based violence, and sexual harassment by submitting their name to be listed on the 2019 Father’s Day advertisement. This annual initiative makes an important statement to the community about the role of men in taking a stand against the abuse of power and control over women and girls.