This Sunday’s Meet & Greet is Buried in Frozen Snow!

Jack Frost

Jack Frost

Hello All,

We’re sorry to cancel this Sunday’s Meet & Greet; however the OutJustice entryway is buried in frozen snow.

But please help us right now anyway! We need YOU!

We tried to keep up with the snowfall but even the walkway leading to the entrance has a good foot of snow right now. Were it a matter of merely shoveling, we’d be on. But it’s not. It’s solid in spots, including the stairway which is a safety hazard.

CANCELLED – Sunday, February 9, 2014’s OutJustice Meet & Greet

BUT … Help Anyway!

We’ll reconvene our regularly scheduled weekly gatherings next week. We will miss you. We already do. But don’t fret, there are many ways to assist.

Get Involved

In the meantime, if you’d like to get involved please fill out our Contact Form so that we can get you started.

Learn What We Do

Check out OutJustice’s Programs & Services and don’t be such a stranger!

We need you. Volunteer with Us!

We need writers, graphic designers, leaders, courtroom monitors, victim liaisons, attorneys, and just about any type of professional business service you can imagine. If there is a role in a business for your specialized skill, there is likely a role at OutJustice too.

Support Us

And, we need your support. We are raising funds for our 2014 programming and desperately need funds and even supplies. Contact us today to offer unneeded office and cleaning materials. You may also make a donation right now through our secure website.

Thanks! Until next week …

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