Paint 757 Purple and Take a Stand Against Domestic Violence
Paint 757 Purple is BACK and for 2021 we are excited to announce how individuals and businesses all across Hampton Roads can join with Samaritan House to take a stand against violence in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month!
JOIN THE MOVEMENT and support survivors of violence. All official participants of the campaign will be featured on the Paint 757 Purple official website and across social media channels. Samaritan House will promote these partners throughout the month of October, encouraging the public to come out and support your business and on Paint 757 Purple Day. There are opportunities for media exposure and on-air mentions as this campaign continues to grow in popularity across our region! Own a business that doesn’t have a storefront or physical location? That’s fine! We’d love to talk with you about how you can be part of this year’s campaign.
We ask participating businesses to do the following:
- Show your support by displaying a poster and putting out a donation box at your place of business;
- Direct customers to donate by texting “SAM” to 50155;
- Wear purple on Thursday, October 21;
- Create corporate challenge fundraising teams.
Become a Sponsor
To learn more about how your business and employees can get involved with Paint 757 Purple, check out our sponsorship opportunities by clicking the button below. If you have any questions about becoming a sponsor, please contact Bobby Hall, Development Manager at (757) 631-0710.
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.