Safe Haven reveals new billboard

POSTED: 05/16/12 1:39 PM

St. Maarten – The Safe Haven Foundation revealed a new billboard yesterday to increase awareness about domestic violence. The billboard was erected in the vicinity of the St. Peters Community Centre with the tagline “Words Do Hurt.” Safe Haven director Loyola Seymonson thanked Antillean co-financing agency Amfo for its support of the project and urged those gathered to speak out against all forms of abuse and violence. A second billboard will be unveiled today near the Motorworld parking lot in Colebay.
Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams and Public Health, Social Development and Labour Affairs Cornelius de Weever were present for the simple ceremony in support of the organization which gives shelter to battered women.
Throughout the year, Safe Haven will be promoting its ten ways to love: “listen without interrupting, give without sparing, answer without arguing, enjoy without complaint, forgive without punishing, speak without accusing, pray without ceasing, share without pretending, trust without wavering and promise without forgetting.”

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