Shepherd's Door Domestic Violence Resource Center presents: A Mardi Gras Ball New Orleans Style! Hosted by The Pasadena Chamber of Commerce. Shepherd's Door and CEO/Founder Linda Offray are celebrating their 15th Anniversary of helping to heal their community of domestic violence issues! Headlining the event is Actress/Domestic Violence Advocate Lindsay Wagner. Congresswoman Judy Chu will be addressing the audience on behalf of Shepherd's Door and their 15 years of serving the Pasadena Community. The event will also be Hosted by Denise Dador, Eyewitness News Health Specialist with ABC 7! The party kicks off at 7:00 pm Friday April 24, 2015 at the beautiful Brookside Golf Club in Pasadena, California! This corporate sponsored event is a Formal Black Tie Mardi Gras Ball with Crowning a King & Queen, live jazz, party favors, door prizes and an authentic taste of New Orleans Creole Cuisine!! For more information go to:

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Shepherd's Door was established in March, 2000 as an independent non-profit organization with the mission to serve victims and to break the cycle of violence in families through education, community awareness, and to provide a safe haven for victims of abuse. We believe everyone deserves to live in a safe environment. Shepherd's Door has trained caring professionals and volunteers that have a passion to make a difference in the lives of others. They are professionals with Bachelor Degrees, Master Degrees and Certificates in the expertise of family therapy, domestic violence counseling, life-skill coach and family law.We strive to provide excellent service with love, understanding and support to those hurting victims that look to us for help. We at Shepherd's Door are committed to making a difference in the lives victims of domestic violence and survivors of abuse.

Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can not help them, at least do not hurt them. - Dalai Lama