Father’s Day Campaign

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Father’s Day Campaign Against Domestic Violence

Last year the YWCA served 461 women and 237 children in our domestic violence shelters.  These moms were saving themselves and their children from violent, abusive situations – the kind we should never tolerate.  But this violence is also happening to women we know.

~ 1 in 3 women will experience intimate partner violence in her lifetime.
~ 3-4 women are killed every day in the US by their husband or boyfriend.
~ 1 in 4 teenage girls experience physical or sexual violence in a dating relationship.


For Father’s Day 2019men across Greater Cincinnati are taking a stand against domestic violence.

Father’s Day Campaign Chair
De Asa Nichols

Special Thanks to our Father’s Day Campaign Champions
Steve Kenat &
Sean Parker

These men pledged to serve as positive role models and teach respect and healthy relationships to the next generation:
Gregory T. Brodrick
Michael F. Broe
Debbie Brooks, In Honor of RJ Maccani
Ralph P. Brown, In Memory of Iva M. Brown
Robert A. Bult
Tony Chambliss
Matt Crawford
S. A. Dohan
P. Jeane Goings
Steven Easley
Michael Fisher
Victor Green
Thomas A. Hayes
Michael A. Hirschfeld
James D. Huizenga
Andrew M. Jergens
Thomas W. Kahle
Steven T. Kenat
Scott E. Knox, In Honor of Deborah Burstion
Arlene R. Koth, In Honor of Robert C. Koth, II & Michael J. Williams
Carol Livingston
Joe Mallory
John H. Mitchell
De Asa Nichols, In Memory of Sam Drake
Stefan L. Olson
Sean Parker
Myles L. Pensak
Gus G. Perdikakis, In Honor of George Perdikakis
Brandon Pridgett
Thomas W. Seith
Barbara J. Smitherman, In Honor of Jason Knaley, Albert C. Smitherman, Christopher E.C. Smitherman, David A. Smitherman, Dr. Herbert C. Smitherman, Jr., James O.C. Smitherman, Joseph M.C. Smitherman, Emilio Voltaire; In Memory of Dr. Herbert C. Smitherman, Sr.
Joseph Stewart-Pirone
John S. Stith
Theodore W. Striker
Eric Thompson
Robert L. Wehling
James D. Yunker

We are Proud to List the Contributors to the 2019 Father’s Day Campaign  

Thank you for Helping Us in our Efforts to End Domestic Violence 

Those donors who commit $100 or more will be listed in the Cincinnati Herald and Movers & Makers.