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Project Hope "In Honor of Martha Venegas" features art created by Interface clients, their children and advocates. For domestic violence survivors, art is a powerful healing tool. Sponsored by the Grossman Burn Foundation, Project Hope "In Honor of Martha Venegas" raises awareness and provides hope when there is none for friends, family and neighbors who may be suffering in silence, afraid to seek help.
Project Hope is a traveling art exhibit throughout Ventura County that acts as a voice to inspire advocacy to end domestic violence in our region. Since art is an amazing language that can cross cultural, social and economic lines, the pieces inform, educate and communicate the message of hope for this epidemic. To have Project Hope displayed at your office, school or event, please contact Katie Tuttle at firstname.lastname@example.org or (805) 485-6114 ext 683.