FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 9, 2014
Contact: Patricia Wenskunas, firstname.lastname@example.org, (949) 872-7895
Paid for by Miguel A. Pulido for Supervisor 2020 (ID #1422663)
Hopeful Healing and Survivors Dove Release
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In the state of California for every 5 hours worked an employee must get a 30 minute, uninterrupted lunch break. For every 3 hours worked an employee must get an uninterrupted 10-minute rest break. Working over 8 hours in a day or 40 hours in a week is due overtime. Don’t let your employer screw you! Give us a call at 323 746-8099.
En el estado de California por cada 5 horas de trabajo su patrón le debe permitir tener un receso de media hora sin interrupciones. Si trabaja más de 8 horas en un día o más de 40 horas de trabajo en una semana su patrón le debe pagar tiempo y medio. No deje que su patrón abuse de su trabajo. No importa que no tenga papeles. Usted tiene derechos. Llamenos al 323 746-8099.
Hope is coming this Saturday…
Families of Murder and Survivors of Attempted Murder, Domestic Violence, Rape, Sexual Assault, Child Abuse, Elder Abuse and Human Trafficking are gatther for a free Crime Survivors event on Saturday, October 11, 2014.
The event will include:
- Survivors Dove Release and Hopeful Healing Day
- Complimentary Breakfast: Pancakes, Eggs, Sausage, Juice, Coffee & Waters
- Special Guest Speakers
- Resources and Vendors
- Healing Messages
- Survivors Dove Release
- Hope for Families
- Awareness. Prevention. Survival and Hopeful Healing
WHEN: Saturday, October 11, 2014
- 9:00 Registration and Breakfast
- 9:45 Welcome by Crime Survivors
- 9:50 Invocation by Jim Palmer
- 9;55 Pledge of Allegiance
- 10:00 Special Guests / Sponsors
- 10:10 Self Defense and Safety Class
- 10:45 Survivors Dove Release
- 11:15 Healing Messages
- 11:30 Opportunity Drawing
WHERE: Orange County Rescue Mission @ One Hope Drive, Tustin, CA 92782
WHO: Crime Survivors, Inc.
The Mission of Crime Survivors is to provide hope and healing to victims and survivors of crime through advocacy and the support of resources, information, and empowerment from the critical time after a crime occurs through the challenges and successes of surviving and thriving.
Crime Survivors Values are that:
- We believe that no one should feel abandoned or alone and that every person is deserving of love, respect and dignity.
- We believe that the best way to help others with hope and healing is to work in partnership with our community, law enforcement, elected leaders, and members of the media.
- We believe that all of us together can lift each other out of darkness and into the light of a restored heart and life.
- We believe that every broken heart, every hurt, every wound can be healed with love and a strong community of support.
- We believe in hopeful healing.
- We believe that with faith, there is always hope.