What We Do

We work with foundation grantees and community partners to bring the most effective and innovative domestic violence prevention programs to the public. Our purpose is to help research, establish and monitor the success of programs offered by counselors, educators, agencies, employers, law enforcement and others. 
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Upcoming Events

  • October 14, 2017:  The JKFFC is honored to be involved in ManUp Against Domestic Violence, sponsored by The Park Church and Myers Park United Methodist Church. The event will be held at the Park Expo on Saturday, October 14 at 7:00 pm. The goal of the event is to broaden the scope and reach of the awareness, advocacy and commitment to stopping domestic violence in our community, especially with regard to the importance of male leadership in helping to solve this issue.  One in three women will report violence at the hands of an intimate partner.
    Over 15 million children witness violence in their homes each year. There are many ways to become involved; as a sponsor, as a vendor or as an attendee.  Please visit this link for more information: https://www.manupagainstdv.org/

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Jamie Kimble

This was a woman who called her grandfather every Veterans Day to thank him for his service in WWII. Who always wanted to be with her parents on their birthdays, Mother's Day and Father's Day. Who wanted to be first to wish her friends happy birthday. Who said, "Just pay me back when you're able, and if you can't, don't worry about it," when she lent money to cousins or coworkers.

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What is domestic violence?

Domestic violence can be defined as a pattern of behavior in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over an intimate partner.


One in three

women will report violence at the hands of an intimate partner
Over 15

children witness violence in their homes each year

is the #1 reason for homelessness among women
24 people
per minute

are victims of rape, violence or stalking by an intimate partner in the U.S.

How you can help

Click to explore how your organization can support the Jamie Kimble Foundation for Courage and its work to stop domestic violence before it begins.

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