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Crime Survivors Inc.
As demonstarted final year, a Thanksgiving eventuality draws a outrageous crowd.

Crime Survivors Inc., that we might know from a stream remember debate opposite an Orange County judge, expects some-more than 350 child and adult victims of crime during a Thanksgiving Hopeful Healing Day during an Irvine entertainment park Sunday.

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Families of murder and survivors of attempted murder, domestic violence, rape, passionate assault, child abuse, elder abuse and tellurian trafficking will accept giveaway lunches, snacks, treats, tiny golf, arcade games and Thanksgiving dish baskets to take home pleasantness of a nonprofit.

“We caring and wish to commission all victims of crime with carefree recovering and strengthening them to applaud a holiday with thankfulness to tarry and thrive,” explains Crime Survivors Inc., whose goal is to inspire that empowerment all year long.

The eventuality runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday during Boomers, 3405 Michelson Drive, Irvine. Casual, comfy dress is recommended. Reservations are singular to those victimized by crime. For some-more information, email Patricia Wenskunas during crimesurvivors@gmail.com.

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