On behalf of Victoria W. Carr Foundation, we would like to cordially invite you to be a guest during Domestic Violence Awareness Month to support the 1st Annual Breaking The Silence Gala, Saturday, October 26, 2019. The event is an annual charity fundraiser to continue the support of the Victoria W Carr Foundation. The event is centered upon Community Recognition and is being held in conjunction with 1st annual A.S.A.P. Awards. 

Breaking the Silence is a change agent in domestic violence prevention dedicated to servicing our communities through the mission of  hard hitting activism and education. 

Our goal is to enrich the lives of both affected and the unaware with insightful knowledge. Our partnership not only doubles our reach but maximizes our impact by prompting local and national changes to improve individual lives economically, mentally and politically.


 It is entertaining, ground breaking and loaded with empowerment. It is a night of up lifting and guidance to foster her confidence, and stimulate her mind to the next level. The experience is definitely not the ordinary, but will challenge and change the way society addressed domestic violence. This momentous event will allow the light to shine on those individuals who are Advocates, Allies, Partners and Survivors, continuing their mission of service to others and thriving to ensure prevention and information is always available. Our speakers and key influencers are leaders in Entertainment, Media and TV, as well as Community Organizers and Government Officials. They all have stories of perseverance and triumph. They are game changers that are strong in faith.

Each one of these powerhouses understands and acknowledges that achievements as well as failures are not exempt from life's journey. Using as many tools available, we learn to balance family, career, image, and inner self. Tools are the main essentials to survival and this event is dedicated to equip and empower, while acknowledging those who stand behind and with You.

Tickets Available March 1st