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Interrupter Door-To-Door Campaign

Join us for our annual Interrupter door-to-door campaign as we knock on 3,000 doors in hopes of educating our neighbors and interrupting violence before it happens.

Summer is fast approaching and it's time for the annual Interrupter door-to-door campaign. We hope you can join us on Saturday June 17th. This year we will stage at Grace Fellowship Church located at 1302 S. Harris Rd. in Ypsilanti Township.

  • Registration: 11:30-12:30
  • Briefing: promptly at 12:30 
  • Knocking: 1:00-4:00 

Come for an hour or stay for the entire event. Food and Interrupter T-shirts provided.

WHAT: Interrupters are volunteers willing to walk door-to-door handing out packets of information as part of a public education campaign to Interrupt the violence in our neighborhoods.

WHY: We must educate our neighbors on what to look for, how to be safe, and what they can do to Interrupt the violence before it happens.  If neighbors have options they can play a major role in preventing crime from happening. 

WHO: You, along with law enforcement, elected officials, students, parents, and anyone else willing to stand up for our neighborhoods.

For more information contact Director Jackson at 734-891-2243 or by email at jacksond@ewashtenaw.org

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