Family Justice Center





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Project Description

Country: USA

Location: Nampa, Idaho

Total Budget: $10,250

Area of Focus: Peacebuilding and conflict prevention

Activity Type: Peace: General

Summary: Computer equipment and exercise equipment for work room and respite room for survivors of Domestic Violence in Nampa, Idaho.

During Covid 19 the survivors of domestic violence were able to attend court via Zoom/Skype calls. This grant will give the center the capability to continue this as a permanent measure for the comfort of the clients. The office space will also be used for job searches, housing searches, and print vital documents left in their primary residence. The office will include monitor, computer, speakers, and printers. Furniture will also be purchased. The respite space will include exercise equipment for both individual and group sessions for stress relief and relaxation. There will be a tv monitor for on-line classes as well. The club will provide assistance in setting up the space as well as starting an on-going relationship with the center to provide advocacy in the community. One of the club's board members is a member of the advisory board for the Family Justice Center and will act as the liasion to forge the continuing relationship.

Project Contact Person

District: 5400

Rotary Club of: Nampa

Primary Contact: Marie Baker

Email: mariebogettibaker@gmail.com

Project Status

This project is "Signed". This means that the signatures from the club leadership have been collected. This project is now being reviewed by the district leadership for approval. Once a decision is made, the status of the project will be changed to "Approved".

Project listed for the 2020-21 Rotary Year.

Proposed Financing

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Nampa (5400)









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History Log Entries


by Marie Baker

System Entry: Creation of project page.


by Marie Baker

System Entry: Project sent for club signatures.


by Marie Baker

System Entry: Project signed by Marie Baker.


by Bill Southworth

System Entry: Project signed by Bill Southworth.


by Ines Crespo

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