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'Jammies for Justice' to benefit women, child victims

ANDERSON CO., November 29, 2013—The Anderson County District Attorney’s office and the Crisis Center of Anderson and Cherokee Counties have joined together for the “Jammies for Justice” project.

The “Jammies for Justice” project provides a new set of pajamas for women and children who are victims of domestic violence and abuse. According to Anderson County District Attorney Doug Lowe, these women and children often have to leave their homes on short notice, and are unable to bring all the necessities with them. The “Jammies for Justice” program will allow pajamas to be provided to these victims.

Those wishing to help may donate new pajamas in any size – children and women’s sizes. Pajama donations may be dropped of at the Anderson County District Attorney’s Office, located at 500 N. Church Street, in Palestine, or the Crisis Center of Anderson and Cherokee Counties, located at 313 W Debard Street, in Palestine.

KYYK’s Gary Richards spoke with Anderson County Crime Victim’s Coordinator Cheryl Williams about the program. Click below for details.


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