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Thursday, October 27, 2022

VIP Reception: 5:30pm
 Main Event: 6:30pm
Hyatt Regency New Brunswick

Town Clock CDC holds an annual fundraising & advocacy event, called Being Brave. It is inspirational and is designed to honor and support women who bravely pursue safety, wholeness, and affordable housing. This year, Being Brave: An Evening Honoring Survivors, is scheduled for Thursday, October 27th at the Hyatt Hotel in New Brunswick. The VIP Reception starts at 5:30 pm. The dinner & awards program begins at 6:30 pm.

 

This year’s event will focus on the Community Awardees: The Outstanding Advocate Award - Angel Maria Cruz of Liberating Women; The Outstanding Volunteer Award: Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple - being accepted by Rabbi Philip Bazeley; and The Outstanding Provider Award: Susan Giordano, Program Director of the Rutgers Homeless & Indigent Population Health Outreach Project (HIPHOP) at the Office of Community Health. Other elements will include music performed by local artists, raffle baskets, and appearances of notable individuals, including the #TheManStand speaker Lonnie Allgood, who is a retired NFL wide-receiver and played for the Buffalo Bills & the Cincinnati Bengals.

 

All proceeds help to support the programming offered to our eleven resident survivor families living at Dina's Dwellings and the Barbara Littman House. 

 

#BeingBrave  #TheHeroWithin  #TownClockCDC

Concert Crowd

TICKETS

VIP Ticket

Includes access to VIP reception, dinner & two drink tickets, & VIP raffle items

$250

Ticket

Includes dinner & one drink ticket

$150

We’ve spent countless months planning our event, and none of it could be possible without the support of our wonderful sponsors. An imperative part of our team, our sponsors give us both the financial and logistical support we need.

To become a sponsor, select an option below!

 

 

About Town Clock Community Development Corporation

Town Clock Community Development Corporation is a New Brunswick, NJ-based nonprofit that operates Dina's Dwellings and the Barbara Littman House to provide permanent, affordable, safe housing and supportive services to survivors of domestic violence and their children. 

 

  • It is one of only 40 such establishments in the entire United States. 

  • It is the largest facility of its kind in New Jersey.

  • Our goal is to replicate our model by working with other organizations and creating at least two facilities in every state.

  • 57% of homeless women report domestic violence as the root cause of their homelessness.