Tonight: Dinner and a Movie Supports Family Justice Center

What: Dinner and a movie in Anderson supports the Shasta Family Justice Center

When: Today, April 25

Where: Shasta Outlets, 1901 Highway 273, Anderson

The public is invited to Anderson to help end domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse, and sexual assault in Shasta County.  Dine at Mary’s Pizza Shack and it will donate 20% of sales  to the Shasta Family Justice Center.  Then venture across the parking lot to Prime 11 Cinemas, where 15% of the concession sales will help the victims of family violence. At Mary’s Pizza Shack, kids will be able to make their own Bambino pizza at the new Bambino Shack. 

All funds raised by the Dinner and Movie event will stay local and help victims of family violence.  The SFJC has received more than 1,000 client visits since opening on September 1, 2010.  Both adults and children have been helped because of this important community resource.  Our goal is to help victims get out of abusive situations before they go too far.

The Shasta Family Justice Center provides co-located services for victims of family violence under one roof.  By housing a multi-disciplinary team of professionals, we are reducing the number of times victims have to retell their stories and the number of places they have to travel to get the help they need.

“Mary’s Pizza Shack and Prime 11 Cinemas in Anderson have been so supportive of the Shasta Family Justice Center.  Their dedication to helping victims of family violence is commendable.  We live in a great community and we hope everyone will come to Anderson and support the work we are doing at the center.” said SFJC Executive Director Michael Burke.

For Mary’s Pizza Shack, customers must present a flyer that can be found at www.ShastaFJC.org.

For more information about the center or a tour please contact Michael Burke at (530) 243-8868.

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