Join Human Options' Men in Motion and Stand Against Domestic Violence

High school students standing against domestic violenceIn 2014, after a video of NFL running back Ray Rice dragging his fiancée out of a hotel elevator gained national attention, Human Options responded by creating a powerful Purple Socks program that has united Orange County teen athletes and coaches as allies in the fight to end domestic violence.

Thanks to the generosity from Men in Motion in 2017, we’ve provided 7,700 teens and young adults with education on healthy relationships, destructive gender stereotypes and warning signs of dating abuse. 

But in order to continue offering our prevention and education programs, we need your support.

Will you stand up to domestic violence with us and help break the cycle in Orange County? 

Join Men in Motion

In appreciation, all donors will be recognized in our annual full-page advertisement in the Orange County Business Journal. Click here to see last year’s ad!

For more information or to get involved, please contact Melissa Walker at or (949) 737-5242, ext. 317.

2018 Men in Motion Honorees2018 MEN IN MOTION HONOREES
The Allen & Friedmann Families

Gavin, Tony, Scott and Austin Allen, with Steve and Trent Friedmann, represent three generations of men who are committed to breaking the silence surrounding domestic violence. As longtime supporters of Human Options, they have invested their time, talent and resources to ensure that women and children are safe in their own homes. With roots in the building industry, they are well-respected leaders in the community, and proudly stand against domestic violence.

Join us in standing with the Allen & Friedmann families and let’s show Orange County that as men, as role models, and as leaders – we stand against abuse.

Every donor will be listed in our annual full-page advertisement in the Orange County Business Journal on February 5, 2018 – the Homebuilder Issue.

Join Men in Motion

 Watch last year’s Men in Motion video with Steve Churm below!

Learn more about Men in Motion by reading last year’s leader board in the Orange County Business Journal, as well as this Orange County Register article about our purple socks campaign.


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