Safe Passage Home founder honored for women’s advocacy

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Natalie Raitano (VIP), Safe Passage Home Founder Trish Steele, Dialana (Rock Star) and Councilman Dennis Zine.

Actress Natalie Raitano (VIP), Safe Passage Home founder Trish Steele, singer Dialana (Rock Star) and Councilman Dennis Zine.

Councilman Dennis P. Zine  presented Safe Passage Home founder Trish Steele with a Certificate of Appreciation from the City of Los Angeles during a charity fundraiser held on June 20 at Barry’s Bootcamp in Sherman Oaks.

Actress Natalie Raitano, best known from her syndicated series VIP, and currently starring in the web series Pink, showed off some off-screen skills by teaching two Bootcamp classes for attendees of the event.  Entertaining the crowd was Dilana  from the Rock Star who sang a three song set.  Also performing, with inner city kids as her back-up dancers, was DJ Cuba Swift.

Safe Passage Home offers support and assistance for women recovering from domestic violence in effort to help these victims regain their sense of self and rediscovery their place in society.

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Karen Young is the founder of My Daily Find.

  • http://safepassagehome.org Trish Steele

    What a blessing it was to have Natalie, Dilana, Mr. Zine and Barry’s Boot Camp to help Safe Passage raise funds for these women who are in need. We want to thank everyone who came and gave of their talents, gifts and funds. Let’s continue to support the cause and make a difference!

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