Searching for Volunteers

Project Against Violent Encounters is searching for more volunteers! Are you kind, caring and compassionate? Are you an exceptional listener? Are you reliable and dedicated? Are you able to remain calm under high pressure situations? Do you believe in empowering...

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Clothesline Project on Display in Bennington County

Bearing witness to survivors in our community. In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Project Against Violent Encounters is once again partnering with the Bennington County Child Advocacy Center & Special Investigations Unit for The Clothesline Project and Silhouette Display....

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PAVE Seeks New Executive Director

Project Against Violent Encounters (PAVE) seeks a dynamic Executive Director to lead the agency serving victims of domestic and sexual violence in Bennington County, Vermont. The Executive Director is responsible for the vision and administration, staff development and management, fiscal...

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PAVE Welcomes Michael Dreiblatt

PAVE (Project Against Violent Encounters) is pleased to announce that Michael Dreiblatt of Manchester Center, Vermont is their new youth educator. Mr. Dreiblatt has served as principal, dean of students, teacher, educational consultant, grant writer and mediator and is a former...

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Volunteer Meeting

On October 15th, PAVE volunteers, staff, and Board Members met at the Lightning Jar for their quarterly meeting. This meeting allows our volunteers to meet staff and members of the Board and find out how much their volunteerism helps. Stories...

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Thank You!

The Board of Project Against Violent Encounters (PAVE) would like to extend deepest gratitude to those who assisted in putting on the fundraiser on October 12th at The Elks Lodge in Bennington. A huge thanks to the Barr Charitable Trust...

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VOTE!!

Tomorrow, November 6th, 2018 is your day to speak up, speak out, and have your voice be heard. Voting in the mid-term elections this year will impact 35 of the 100 seats in the Senate and all 435 seats in...

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