The Love Life Now Foundation presents the Annual While Ribbon Gala (Boston) featuring Actor Chad Coleman on 2/15/13

The LoveLife Now Foundation presents the Annual White Ribbon Gala (Boston) featuring Actor Chad Coleman on 2/15/13


A night of Male Awareness Against Domestic Violence

Featuring: Actor Chad Coleman from AMC’S The Walking Dead & HBO’s, The Wire

The White Ribbon Campaign began as a way to urge men to speak out against violence against women and was created by a handful of Canadian men in 1991 on the second anniversary of one man’s massacre of 14 women in Montreal. Visit for more information on the state and national White Ribbon Campaigns.

The Gala serves as a way to continue to educate men on how they can be part of the solution in ending the violence against women as well as raise funds to support local shelters.  With that vision in mind that we hope you are able to come out in your numbers (men and women) to support this public fundraiser awareness front.

Some of the proceeds from the night will benefit Casa Myrna which provides Victim Services for battered women who have fled abusive situations, offers them emergency shelter and runs the statewide Domestic Violence Hotline (SAFELINK). Visit for more information on their programs.

With Male Awareness at the forefront for the evening, we are excited to have the following presenters:
•Master of Ceremonies, Jamarhl Crawford of The Blackstonian
•Chad Coleman, Actor HBO Series, The Wire and AMC’s, The Walking Dead
•Antonio Arrendel, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Metanoia Community Change
•Craig Norberg-Bohm, Men’s Initiative for Jane Doe Inc. and White Ribbon Day Campaign
•Alex’s Story, Male’s Account of Abuse Taking Abuse From the Other Gender
•The Phallacies, Theater Performance 
Awards Presentation
•Bob Ward (FOX 25 News) & Casa Myrna Co-Executive Directors 

Limited seating so get your tickets early here:
OR call 617.803.8357

A few photos from the 2012 White Ribbon Gala

        2012 White Ribbon Night Gala Highlights – Boston

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