Tracy McLaughlin Partners With Marin County’s Center for Domestic Peace
August 6, 2018
Tracy McLaughlin is very excited to announce her partnership with Marin County’s Center for Domestic Peace (C4DP). For every home sold, Tracy gives a percentage of the sale to help keep families safe in Marin. By June 30th, she has already donated $7,000 to C4DP in just the first few months of the partnership.
Once Tracy heard that the number one violent crime in Marin was domestic violence, she decided to focus her philanthropy on doing something about it. Center for Domestic Peace’s housing programs include an emergency shelter for individuals escaping lethal domestic violence and offers 21 units of transitional housing for survivors and their children.
“Prioritizing an organization like Center for Domestic Peace made so much sense to me. Since so much of domestic violence happens at home and behind closed doors, when I learned about this truly lifesaving organization helping so many mothers and children, I knew this is where I had to put my philanthropy.”
“We are thrilled by Tracy’s support and activism,” says Donna Garske, Executive Director for C4DP. “She is an example of a true champion for peace, putting her hard work and success back into our community in a meaningful and tangible way.”
Center for Domestic Peace leads a comprehensive community effort to end the #1 violent crime in Marin County: domestic violence. They provide transformational services and programs that protect and enhance victim safety, and ultimately engage the community in permanent change. To learn more about Center for Domestic Peace, please visit www.centerfordomesticpeace.org