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Support for HAVEN of Oakland County comes in a delicious Ultimate Tailgate Box this October

(October 1, 2021 - Pontiac, MI-) It’s football season and what better way to celebrate than with a delicious Ultimate Tailgate Box that helps raise money for HAVEN during domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Order the Ultimate Tailgate Box full of goodies and you can have it for the Oct. 24 Detroit Lions vs. Los Angeles Rams game. You can watch the game with delicious food – all for a worthy cause.
In Michigan, domestic violence is a big issue. There are more than 100 domestic violence-related homicides annually in Michigan, and one in three Michigan families is impacted by domestic violence.
In the U.S., more than 1 million people report a violent assault by an intimate partner each year.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Ultimate Tailgate Boxes are $125 and include your meal, Detroit Lions swag, Royal Banana Pudding, Duck Donuts and DIY specialty cocktails. To purchase your box, visit Orders must be placed by Oct. 19.
There are four boxes to choose from:
·      Wings and Things, featuring wings, coleslaw, carrots and celery, ranch and hot sauce
·      No Interference Nachos, featuring tortilla chips, chicken or veggie chili, sour cream, jalapenos, tomatoes, shredded cheese, refried beans and salsa
·      Touchdown Coneys, featuring 4 all-beef Dearborn hot dogs, National Coney Island chili, macaroni and cheese, relish and onions and ketchup and mustard
·      Pass on the Play Baked Potatoes, featuring three loaded twice baked potatoes, veggie chili, sour cream, jalapenos, shredded cheese and bacon.
Enjoy the game and help HAVEN accomplish its mission of empowering intimate partner violence individuals and their families through support, shelter, counseling and so much more. Order boxes today at  HAVEN Oakland County - HAVEN Tailgate in a Box (
Here’s how to contact HAVEN:
HAVEN is Oakland County’s only comprehensive program for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. We provide shelter, counseling, advocacy and educational programming to about 30,000 people per year. Our mission is to empower survivors to heal and engage all individuals and communities to address and prevent sexual assault and intimate partner violence – ultimately eradicating it and healing those affected by its injustice.

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