October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and we invite you to participate in our activities.

One Sip Closer to Ending Domestic Violence
In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, C4DP’s coffee sleeve campaign connects to our community through Marin’s love for coffee and tea. Our goal is to spark hot conversations about domestic violence while also showing support for anyone in an unhealthy relationship to get help. Resources are printed on the sleeves for bystanders, those experiencing domestic violence, and those who are harming others. Help raise awareness about domestic violence in Marin by stopping by one of our participating shops in October.

  • Equator Coffees (Marin Locations: Larkspur, Mill Valley, Sausalito)
  • Dr. Insomniac’s Fine Coffee, Tea, Smoothies & Cafe (Novato)
  • Trailhead (Novato)
  • Creekside Bakery (Novato)
  • Gloria Jean’s Coffee (Northgate Mall)
  • Redwood Cafe (Terra Linda)
  • Muffin Mania (San Rafael)
  • The Coffee Roastery (Fairfax & San Anselmo)
  • Emporio Rulli Bakery (Larkspur)
  • Java Detour (San Rafael)
  • Cafe Del Soul (San Rafael & Mill Valley)
  • Belly Deli (San Rafael)
  • Starbucks in Target, (Sausalito)
  • Taste of Rome (Sausalito)

 Free Seminar with Wells Fargo Bank 

A Planned Giving Conversation – What’s the legacy you want to leave in this world? 

October 17, 10-11:30 AM 

Wells Fargo Bank, 770 Tamalpais Drive Suite 220, Corte Madera 

 A free workshop presented by Center for Domestic Peace and Wells Fargo Bank that will give you a comprehensive understanding of your options for planned giving.

Call 415-526-2543 to reserve your spot. 


Free Webinar with Marin County District Attorney

 Abuse is Not Always Physical 

October 25 or November 15, 6-7:00 PM   Online 

 Join C4DP and Marin County DA’s Office for this free informational webinar on the different types of abuse. Learn what to do if you or someone you know may be in an abusive relationship. 


You are invited to join us Saturday, October 28th from 12-1pm for our Día de los Muertos como Resultado de la Violencia Doméstica, Day of the Dead as a Result of Domestic Violence, hosted by C4DP, C4DP children of staff, and the children of Voces de Cambio (Voices of Change) – a volunteer and activist group of former service users. Our free, annual event will be held both in person and online, and will include a special memorial and reading of the names of those in the Bay Area killed by domestic violence.

All are welcome as compassionate witnesses-registration link here!

For more information email [email protected]