Shout out to the approximately 100 players who brave the cold and mud to participate in the 2020 Over the Hill Tag Football Tournament. Fun was had by all after all doesn't mud make things more fun!!!
A few of our award winners:
Best Quarterback - Kevin Skinner
Best Receiver - Joey Motley
Best Cheerleader - Matt Harmon
Most Fun Player - Rodney from No Punt Indended
Bonehead Player of the Day - Brooke from Team Grossman
Rookie of the Year - Tori from Team Frostbite
Special Shout out to Amy Harmon who chaired the event as well as all of the volunteers who made it happen!
Together we raised over $5,300!!
Thank you for choosing to support the H.E.R Shelter. While much of our programming is supported through a variety of grants, many innovative projects and niceties of life are not. We work tirelessly to provide safety, advocacy, leadership, sustainability, and support for survivors of domestic and sexual violence, human trafficking, stalking and homelessness. Thanks to the support of our community we are able to provide the best possible services to the women and children who are in our shelter. The H.E.R. Shelter is a registered non-profit organization so your contribution is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
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PO Box 2187, Portsmouth VA 23702.
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The H.E.R. Shelter is a private, non-profit agency, certified by the United Way of South Hampton Roads, and the statewide coalition: Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance (VSDVAA). We participate in the Coordinated Crisis Response, a 24-hour emergency hotline where a trained advocate can assist individuals in need of information, referrals, or - when appropriate - can provide safe, emergency housing for a woman and her children. The H.E.R Shelter currently operates three shelter facilities in the cities of Portsmouth and Chesapeake, Virginia.