50K For 50 Shades – Helping Victims Of Domestic Violence

Let’s turn a national debate into POSITIVE ACTION!
Arguing about 50 Shades of Grey doesn’t get anyone anywhere.
But we can all agree, domestic violence is a real issue affecting millions of people every day — without a book and movie.
So we want to raise $50,000 for Hope’s Door — a non-profit organization dedicated to helping families affected by domestic violence.
Whether you love the movie or hate it — let’s all agree to work together and make a good thing happen!
$50,000 for victims of domestic violence…who can argue with that?

More about Hope’s Door: Hope’s Door is an organization in Collin County specializing in comprehensive intervention and prevention services for all members of a family affected by domestic violence – from victim to abuser. Annually, Hope’s Door responds to over 1,900 crisis hotline calls, shelters more than 400 women and children, houses over 50 families in transitional housing and provides counseling and legal advocacy to more than 1,300 survivors.