Paint 757 Purple and Take a Stand Against Domestic Violence

Join Samaritan House to take a stand against violence and raise awareness and funds in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month! Wear purple and visit one of our partner businesses below on October 20 to help us “Paint 757 Purple.” 

Interested in having your business participate on October 20? It’s not too late to show your support! Contact Kate Celius at (757) 323-6164 or via email at

Restaurants, Breweries & Clubs

37th & Zen, Norfolk

Abbey Road, Virginia Beach

The Back Deck, Virginia Beach

Badass Coffee of Hawaii, Virginia Beach

Benchtop Brewing Company, Norfolk

Bubba’s Seafood Restaurant & Crabhouse, Virginia Beach

Asili Catering, Norfolk

Cinema Café, All locations

Dough Boys Pizza, Virginia Beach

Gershwin’s, Downtown Norfolk

MJ’s Tavern, Norfolk

My Vegan Sweeth Tooth, Virginia Beach

The Green Onion, Norfolk 

The Green Cat Juice Bar & Market, Virginia Beach

The WAVE, Norfolk

Three Notch’d Craft Kitchen & Brewing, Virginia Beach

Total Wine & More, Norfolk & Virginia Beach

Wasserhund Brewing Company, Virginia Beach


The Nutrition Corners, Virginia Beach

The Treasure Shop, Norfolk

Bodega Rio Bravo, Williamsburg

Yoga & Fitness Centers

Orange Theory Fitness, Ghent

Orange Theory Fitness, Greenbrier

Orange Theory Fitness, Red Mill

Shine Yoga, Virginia Beach

RockBox Fitness, Chesapeake

Sky’s the Limit Yoga Co., Norfolk

Bhav Brigade, Norfolk

Hair Salons & Stylists

Ava Marie Salon of Creatives, Virginia Beach

G. Patton Salon, Norfolk

Hair Graphics, Virginia Beach

Twisted Scissors Hair Studio, Virginia Beach

Services & Lodging

Molly Maid, Virginia Beach

Smith & Keene, Hampton Roads

The Westin Virginia Beach Town Center


iFly Indoor Skydiving, Virginia Beach

Virginia Stage Company, Norfolk

Zeiders American Dream Theater, Virginia Beach

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About the Campaign

Originating in 2017, the Paint 757 Purple campaign has brought in support from more than 70 different businesses as well as local media and news outlets. What started as an innovative way to grow our support base from our 5k fundraising event in past years, turned into a meaningful way for businesses to get their employees and customers talking about the realities of domestic violence and how to be part of the solution. In its second year, the Paint 757 Purple campaign grew to include a new element that was carried into our third year, where we literally painted 757 purple thanks to beautiful awareness murals in in Virginia Beach.

Our goal for the ‘Paint 757 Purple’ campaign is twofold: to raise funds for the programs that help victims of violence break free from their abusers for good, and continue to raise awareness throughout our community to ensure that people know where to turn if themselves or a loved one are ever in need of help.