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                   SafeSpace Announces from page 1                                                          success of several fundraising and

                   	The Martin County Volunteer of the Year Award was                                       awareness events and proves how easily
                   presented to Melissa Zolla of The Firefly Group. Zolla
                   has a true heart for the domestic violence cause, paying                                 she can and will make a difference for
                   her personal experiences forward to make a difference in
                   the lives of others. Through her positivity, creativity and                              SafeSpace and the communities it serves.
                   enthusiasm she has connected SafeSpace to many new
                   supporters. For several years, she chaired various awareness                             	 Another notable volunteer received

                   Jill Borowicz, Shauna Bledsoe, Janet Farnan-Dyer, and                                    recognition as Thrift Shoppe Volunteer
                   Tracy Levy
                                                                                                            of the Year. The SafeSpace Thrift Shoppe,
                   efforts and fundraising events including Walk A Mile In
                   Her Shoes, SafeSpace’s highly visible and impactful walk                                 which is a significant source of revenue
                   to raise awareness about domestic violence.
                   	 Julianna Walker of the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s                                      for the organization and merchandise
                   Office was the St. Lucie County Volunteer of the Year.
                   Walker brings greater awareness to SafeSpace’s mission                                   for the women and children it serves,
                   by garnering the participation and support of volunteers,
                   sponsors and walkers for the annual Walk A Mile In Her                                   depends on a very strong and dedicated
                   Shoes events. Her passion and dedication inspires others
                   to follow her lead and join those efforts that are important                             group of volunteers to drive its success.
                   to her.
                   	The Indian River                                                                        The award was presented to Patricia The 2018 Volunteer of the Year Award winners (from left) Patricia Eiseman,
                   County Volunteer of
                   the Year was awarded                                                                     Eiseman, a retired Publix employee from Shauna Bledsoe, Melissa Zolla, Sharon Beauchamp representing the Harbour
                   to Chelsea Rose of
                   Treasure & Space Coast                                                                   Port St. Lucie, whose positive attitude Ridge Community, Chelsea Rose and Joyce Page. (Not pictured, Juliana Walker).
                   Radio/93.7 WGYL. For
                   Chelsea, giving back                                                                     and integrity has made
                   comes easy, and she
                   naturally encourages                                                                     her a valuable addition                           work of our faithful
                   others to join her along
                   the way. Her creative Bath Monreal and Patricia                                          to the store’s donation                           volunteers, we could
                   energy has led to the Eiseman
                                                                                                            processing area.                                  not accomplish our

                                                                                                            	 As a nonprofit                                  mission. We are

                                                                                                            organization, SafeSpace                           grateful beyond words

                                                                                                            relies heavily on the                             to have these award

                                                                                                            support of its volunteers                         winners and our entire

                                                                                                            to assist with the                                team of volunteers as

                                                                                                            numerous programs                                 SafeSpace community

                                                                                                            and services offered                              advocates,” added

                                                                                                            to victims and families                           Borowicz.

                                                                                                            affected by domestic                              About SafeSpace

                                                                                                            violence. SafeSpace                               	 S a f e S p a c e i s a Tracy Levy, Joyce Page, and Janet

                                                                                                            volunteers serve in Melissa Zolla and Tracy Levy  501(c)(3) nonprofit Farnan-Dyer

                                                                                                            many capacities                                   organization that

                                                                                                            including:                                        operates programs in Martin, St. Lucie, and Indian River

                                                                                                            assisting in                                      counties where families can escape to a safe environment.

                                                                                                            core programs;                                    SafeSpace offers victims of domestic violence safety,

                                                                                                            planning events                                   support and education, empowering them to create an

                                                                                                            and hosting                                       independent life free from violence. Emergency shelter,

                                                                                                            fundraisers;                                      supportive living, and outreach programs and services

                                                                                                            coordinating                                      are available for victims throughout the Treasure Coast.

                                                                                                            activities with                                   SafeSpace offers services to all victims of domestic violence

                                                                                                            the mothers and                                   and their dependents regardless of race, gender, age,

                                                                                                            children at the Jill Borowicz, Sharon Beauchamp, and religion, political belief, national origin, immigration

                                                                                                            SafeSpace shelter; Tracy Levy                     status, physical or mental disability, marital status, sexual

                                                                                                            supporting retail                                 orientation or language spoken. To learn more about

                                                                                                            operations at the Thrift Shoppe and various other SafeSpace, please visit, call (772)

                                                                                                            responsibilities.                                 223-2399 or connect with SafeSpace on Facebook at www.

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