Resolve of Greater Rochester :PO Box 21, Fairport, NY
What's Coming Up

  Development Coordinator, 
  The development & events coordinator is dynamic 
   creative & experienced fundraiser responsible for 
   securing new sponsors and income, executing
   fundraising programs and events, developing 
   relationships and expanding RESOLVE’s connections 
   and support in the community. Ideal candidate must 
   be personable, highly-motivated, comfortable and 
   willing to appeal for funds; and a team player who is 
   organized, detail-oriented, and enjoys the process of 
   building and maintaining relationships.  Job posting

At RESOLVE, we understand the complexities of breaking the cycle of domestic violence for 
individuals and communities. Our individual and group counseling programs empower survivors 
as they heal and make decisions that promote independence and wellbeing; while our innovative 
outreach programs engage youth, men, health care providers and the faith community as partners 
in domestic violence prevention. 

We envision a world where every home will be a refuge and every woman, man and child thrives.

What makes RESOLVE unique? 

  • We see courage and strength, where others see helplessness. 
  • We see resilience, where others see desperation. 
  • Where others see a problem as old as time, we see the potential to change hearts & minds.

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January 26, 2018
7:00 - 9:00PM
Volunteer Appreciation Open House

At RESOLVE, volunteers are our heart! 
Please join the RESOLVE staff and our Board of Directors 
for a casual open house at the home of Alli O'Malley 
for desserts, hors d'oeuvres and drinks in recognition of YOU! 
RSVP to or call 585-425-1580

February 3, 2018
1:00 - 4:00PM
Doll Tea Party & Fashion Show

Hosted by: Perinton Presbyterian Church

Join us for the Doll event of the year! 
Bring your friends and family and your 
favorite doll or well behaved teddy bear to
 the adorable fashion show, 
then enjoy delicious tea, lemonde, 
coffee and delectable home made cookies while 
browsing a collection of deluxe raffle baskets.
Buy tickets

February 9, 2018
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Changing Lives Gift Club Reception

Hosted by Laughing Gull Chocolates

This by invitation only event is a celebration of our 
Changing Lives Gift Club members who have generously
donated $500 or more to RESOLVE in the past year. 
This sweet celebration at Laughing Gull Chocolates 
will highlight all that we have accomplished together.
To learn more about the Changing Lives Gift Club, 
please call Alli O'Malley at 585-425-1580.

March 1, 2018 or May 10, 2018
8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
at The Conference Center @ iSquare
1-Day Intimate Partner Violence Workshop
for Mental & Behavioral Health Professionals

The IPV Workshop for Mental and Behavioral Health Professionals 
will explore the intersectionality of IPV with behavioral and mental health and equip providers to assess for and respond to it. 
CEUs available for LMSWs, LCSWs, LMHCs and CASACs. 
Individual & group rates available with early bird discounts.

Printable Workshop Flyer and Registration Form
March 1: Landing Page & Online Registration 
May 10: Landing Page & Online Registration

   Nominations open!
    We are honored to work side-by-side with some of the finest professionals and committed grassroots
    organizers in the nation and are honored to offer them recognition. Anyone can nominate. 

    Three (3) recipients will be selected: one female & one male professional and one grassroots 
    organizer. Application deadline is Friday, January 12, 2018. 
    Recipients will be announced on February 16th.

    Download application

    About Susan Still
    A survivor of 24 years of abuse by her former husband, 
    Susan Still speaks on behalf of those whose lives have 
    been impacted by domestic violence. Her case is unique,
    as in December 2004, Justice John F. O'Donnell (NYS 8th 
    Judicial District, Erie County) handed Ulner Still a 36-year 
    sentence, landmark for New York State, as the longest 
    sentence given for the crime of domestic violence where 
    the victim survived. Instrumental in the conviction was 
    videotape that Ulner had one of their children film while 
    he was abusing her.

    Susan has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, 
    Oprah's LifeClass, Oprah Where Are They Now, 
    and 20/20 with Diane Sawyer, to bring awareness 
    of domestic violence and its effects on families. She 
    frequently speaks at national conferences for law enforce-
    ment, attorneys, judges and crime victim advocates; she 
    also speaks with business leaders and human resource 
    professionals about the impact of domestic violence in the 
    workplace; and has worked with high schools and colleges 
    to promote awareness of domestic violence, it's warning 
    signs and the importance of breaking free.

   Dress up for a party, then invite your
   friends, family and favorite doll or well-
   behaved teddy bear to a fun, family-friendly 
   afternoon featuring a doll fashion show, 
   fancy tea party with homemade cookies 
   galore, deluxe raffle, valentine making 
   and more! Buy tickets

February 3, 2018
1:00 - 4:00 PM
Perinton Presbyterian Church
Need help?  585.425.1580

Join our team 
Submit resume and cover letter to
2018 Resolutionary Awards 
Thursday, April 12, 2018
Keynote Speaker: Susan Still
Doll Tea Party &
Fashion Show
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