2012 Crime Victims’ Rights Reception Has Record Attendance
June 18, 2012
Thank you to everyone who made this year’s Crime Victims’ Rights Reception at the 2012 Crime Victim Law Conference a success! This year’s Reception had the largest turnout yet, with approximately 140 people in attendance, including many Conference faculty and attendees, Board members, staff, and volunteers of NCVLI, and friends of NCVLI from the local community. Each year the Reception provides the victims’ rights community with a chance to relax and connect with colleagues from around the country while enjoying live music, snacks, and supporting NCVLI by participating in fundraisers such as the raffles and silent auction. For more pictures from the Reception and Conference, click here.
Special thanks goes to NCVLI Past President of the Board of Directors Carl Davis for donating the outstanding wine that was served at the Reception, and to SloeGinFizz for donating the wonderful musical performance.
Thanks also to the many individuals and local and national organizations and businesses that donated to the fundraiser raffles and silent auction this year–their support keeps NCVLI strong and working for crime victims.
- Brasserie Montmartre
- Canvas On Demand
- Columbia Gorge Hotel
- Eastside Distilling
- Full Sail Brewing Co.
- Green Mountain Coffee
- High Desert Museum
- Jennifer Storm, victim advocate, author, and winner of NCVLI’s 2012 Gail Burns-Smith Excellence in Victim Services Award
- Jim White, local ceramics artist and art professor
- Massage Envy
- Oregon Wines on Broadway
- Oregon Zoo
- Portland Spirit
- Sock Dreams
- Washington Coalition of Crime Victim Advocates
- Wilsonville Family Fun Center