November 14, 2019 - News
The Malouf Foundation recently hosted its fourth-annual Art for CAPSA art auction and benefit dinner and raised $33,619 for Citizens Against Physical and Sexual Abuse (CAPSA).
Money raised from the event helps fund CAPSA’s free therapy program. Last year, they sheltered more than 300 Cache Valley women, children, and men from domestic violence, and provided specialized counseling services to over 388 individuals. They continue to maintain a no-turn-away policy—inspiring other shelters across Utah to do the same.
“Every donation to CAPSA is tangible evidence to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault that someone cares about them. Abuse is isolating and scary, but a caring community gives them the courage to start their healing journey. With these funds, we can provide our clients with support, expertise, and tools to be free from abuse.” –Jill Anderson, Executive Director, CAPSA
The Malouf Foundation hosts multiple events each year to raise awareness for its causes and charity partners. In January, the Foundation will hold the fifth biannual Forging Freedom event in Las Vegas at the World Market Center. To learn more about the Malouf Foundation or search for an upcoming event, visit malouffoundation.org.