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When asked why Sweeney and his team chose domestic violence and more specifically Sarah's Inn to support, Sweeney responded, "While it [domestic violence] is often categorized as a "women's issue" we all have a vested interest in this. Our rugby players have mothers, sisters, and girlfriends. Many will have wives and daughters someday. From the 24-hour crisis hotline, to education initiatives, to legal services for victims, I was impressed with the multitude of services Sarah's Inn provided."
“The great thing is that there are solutions to domestic violence and we know how to end it,” says Gall. “We all have a responsibility to end it.”
"Irene Prince retired in 2004 and since 2006 has been an active and dedicated volunteer at Sarah's Inn. After undergoing 40 hours of intensive volunteer training, Prince has worked tirelessly and helped countless victims of domestic violence move forward..."
"Eighteen-year-old Alex Frisch believes the cloud of silence surrounding teen dating violence is the most difficult part of raising awareness. 'A majority of people in our community are unaware that violence exists here,' Frisch said..."