A Virtual Ride in Support of the Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County

Liam Dempsey holding the number 15 written on a piece of paper.

Throughout the entire month of May, the Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County is holding its Race Against Violence. Focused on healing and prevention, the 2023 Race Against Violence is a virtual event where donors can run, walk, hop, skip, or whatever for their preferred distance – all in support of the work and programs of the CVC.

About the Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County

The CVC has posted its mission on its own website:

“The Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County, Inc. (CVC) is a nonprofit agency providing free, immediate, and confidential crisis response and compassionate support to children and adults impacted by sexual violence and all other crime. We provide assistance through counseling, advocacy, resources, and education. The Center fosters community awareness and understanding through its comprehensive outreach and prevention programs.”

I was introduced to the CVC in 2022 through the great people at the Chester County Community Foundation. For the past several months now, I have been supporting the organization by working with the CVC team on its efforts to communicate about its programs and work in support of victims of sexual violence and additional crimes.

My Virtual Ride

Over the weekend of 20-21 May, I climbed onto my stationery exercise bike and rode 15 miles in support of the CVC. I also donated $150 to the non-profit. I invite you to learn more about this great organization doing very important work – and to consider making your own donation.

As I click publish on this post, there are a few days left in the month of May 2023. There is still time to sign up to run, bike, or shuffle through your own virtual race in support of the Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County.