Relational abuse | THE DAILY HERALD

In an effort to bring awareness to the issue of domestic violence, Safe Haven and Claret Connor unveiled a chalk-art exhibition at Sister Regina Primary School in Simpson Bay on Monday.

The chalk artwork, which showcased inspirational messages, was drawn on the walkways of the school grounds and was created by volunteer artists and the artistically inclined. Connor and Safe Haven Foundation Executive Director Cassandra Richardson talked to students about fostering healthy relationships in an effort to address domestic violence. In photos: Students and invited guests, including Richardson and Connor, pose with some of the artwork.

Source: The Daily Herald