Regional Victim Crisis Center
2021 Evening of Celebration

Honoring

Jay Hatcher Men of Strength & Style
A Celebration of Help, Hope, and Healing

[THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED AT THIS TIME AND A NEW DATE WILL BE RELEASED SOON]

Social Time • Dinner• Awards Presentation
Shirley Glandon Award • Jay Hatcher Award
Men's Style Show

Please reserve your table today!
Reserve online or call 325-677-7895

Tables of 8 - $600 • Individuals - $85

Table of 8

Individual Tickets

Sponsorships Available

Tier 1

Event Sponsor - $30,000
Dinner Sponsor - $15,000
Awards Sponsor - $10,000

Sponsors Receive VIP Package
& 3 Tables of 8

Tier 2

Program Sponsor - $7,500
Titanium - $5,000
Platinum - $2,500

Sponsors Receive Name, Logo Advertising & 2 Tables of 8

Tier 3

Gold - $1,250
Silver - $1,000
Bronze - $750

Sponsors Receive Name Listing
& 1 Table of 8

Individual tickets, tables of 8, and Tier 3 sponsorships may be purchased online. To purchase Tier 1 and Tier 2 sponsorships, please contact RVCC directly at 325-677-7895 or janey@regionalvictimcrisiscenter.org.

Tier 3 Sponsorship - Bronze

Tier 3 Sponsorship - Silver

Tier 3 Sponsorship - Gold

Donate to Our Organization

Support RVCC's mission: Assisting Victims and Survivors of Violent Crime and Working to Prevent Violence

Your sponsorship for this fun event will help RVCC provide direct services at no charge to child and adult victims of sexual assault and other violence this year, and provide violence prevention programs at no cost to schools and community groups.


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Walk a Mile in HER SHOES

"Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" is a way for strong men to show how to use our strength to help and not hurt. Violence in all its forms, whether that be child abuse, family violence or sexual violence is unacceptable and our community will not tolerate it.

The shocking statistics are 1 in 3 girls, 1 in 5 boys will be sexually assaulted by the time they turn 17. Women 16 to 24 are more likely to be date raped than any other age group. This violence crosses all boundaries of age, gender, income, education and ethnicity.

-- Sgt. Lynn Beard, Abilene Police Dept. and
President, RVCC.

YOU are the first line of defense against violence in our community. Be aware and report it.