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We invite you to be a part of the various sponsorship and marketing opportunities Emerge! has to offer throughout the year. It is a tremendous opportunity to build brand loyalty and showcase your commitment to supporting your community. When you become a partner, you join a community of bold companies that share our vision of a world without domestic violence. Strategic partnerships can be tailored to your needs, please contact us today for more information!

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 2018 Sponsors

 


TEP Supports emerge to Prevent Domestic Violence

TEP’s Lisa Capristo is a board member with Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse. Photo by David Sanders

Tucson Electric Power has supported the Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse for more than six years with financial contributions and help raising awareness of domestic abuse and its prevention.

TEP has contributed $10,000 every year to support Emerge’s main fundraising luncheon in May and distributes domestic violence prevention information throughout the workplace to educate its employees.

Some TEP employees collect supplies and raise money to support families needing assistance to escape domestic violence. Employees also participate in October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month events, such as “Wear Purple Day.”

TEP’s Lisa Capristo, IT Compliance Manager, is very involved with the organization. She has served on the Emerge Board of Directors since 2015 and has seen how TEP’s support is advancing the agency’s good work in the community.

“Emerge’s mission coincides with one of TEP’s core philanthropy areas, which is to improve education,” said Capristo. “The agency has an excellent strategy and partnerships to help victims of domestic violence and address root causes through the men’s engagement work.”

Domestic violence often is an uncomfortable subject for people to discuss in the community or with their family. Capristo says TEP’s support of Emerge helps to get the word out to victims that there is a way to increase safety with help and support.

“Victims are reluctant to come forward because their partners often isolate them,” she said. “We as a community need to reach out to people we think may be victims of domestic violence, and those using abusive behaviors, and let them know there is help for them—that things can be different, and that we and Emerge are there for them.”