Educational Institutions

Corporate Alliance To End Partner Violence

  • Bloomington, IL
  • http://www.caepv.org

Mission Statement

The Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence is a national nonprofit organization headquartered in Bloomington, Illinois. Founded by State Farm Insurance Company in May of 1995, the Corporate Alliance is the first national organization formed by businesses to address partner violence prevention through workplace intervention. Areas of focus include workplace education programs regarding partner violence, dating violence prevention programs, and violence prevention education for young children. The Corporate Alliance has corporate members and affiliates reaching over a million employees nationwide. Members include Allstate, Altria, American Express, The Avon Foundation, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois, Blue Shield of California Foundation, CIGNA, Country Companies, Eastman Kodak, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Lifetime Television, Liz Claiborne, Northern Trust Company, Mary Kay, State Farm Insurance Companies, Verizon Wireless, Verizon Communications, and The World Bank GrouCAEPV has a sister alliance in the United Kingdom (Corporate Alliance Against Domestic Abuse - UK) and the Hurriyet Newspaper Group as a Corporate member in Turkey.

Service Areas

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National

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ruling year

1995

Principal Officer

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Ms. Kim Wells

Keywords

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To educate and aid in the prevention of partner violence

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EIN

37-1347657

 Number

0897389077

Also Known As

CAEPV

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Graduate, Professional(Separate Entities) (B50)

Education N.E.C. (B99)

Spouse Abuse, Prevention of (I71)

IRS Filing Requirement

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Corporate Programs - Through annual membership, corporations provide education and awareness programs provided by CAEPV. These "turnkey" materials can easily be modified and branded by the members. In addition, the members can provide these materials to local social service organizations. These materials are available to members on line as well as through disk or hard copy. Love's Not Supposed To Hurt Dating Violence Program - This program contains a leaders guide, video, and reproducible handouts to be used with young people (7th grade through college) to help them learn the warning signs of potentially violent relationships. Work to End Domestic Violence Day - On October 1 of each year, Corporate Alliance members (as well as many other corporations and businesses across the country) provide educational and awareness program and events to draw attention to partner violence as a workplace issue. The Corporate Alliance provide materials, ideas, and resources to be used for these events. It's Time to Talk Day - Nationally and through local events, the Corporate Alliance works in partnership with employers, advocacy organizations, community groups, the media, educational institutions, units of government, law enforcement, and many others to "take a moment to talk" about the impact of unhealthy relationships on the community in all aspects. Focuses include the workplace, the faith community, school setting, campus community, and others to help people find opportunities to learn, talk and share, and get access to information, resources and help.

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CORPORATE ALLIANCE TO END PARTNER VIOLENCE
Fiscal year: Jan 01-Dec 31
Yes, financials were audited by an independent accountant.

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Corporate Alliance To End Partner Violence

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Ms. Kim Wells

BIO

Kim Wells is the Executive Director of the Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence. The Alliance is a leading force in the fight against domestic violence, and is the only national organization of its kind founded by business leaders and focused on the workplace. Since 1995, the Alliance has brought together dozens of progressive companies who exchange information, collaborate on projects, and use their influence to instigate change. With corporate members and affiliates reaching over a million employees across the nation, CAEPV members include Allstate Insurance Company, Altria Group, Inc., American Express, Archer Daniels Midland, Avon Products, Inc., Blue Shield of California Foundation, CIGNA, Eastman Kodak, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Health Care Service Corporation, Kaiser Permanente, Lifetime Television, Liz Claiborne Inc., Mary Kay Inc., Northern Trust Company, State Farm Insurance Companies, Verizon Wireless, Verizon Communications, and The World Bank Grouthe Corporate Alliance Against Domestic Violence UK, and Hurriyet Newspaper Group in Turkey are CAEPV member organizations. Nationally, Kim serves on as a member of the American Bar Association Commission on Domestic Violence, the National Advisory Board for the National Family Justice Center Alliance, the Advisory Board for the Allstate Foundation Domestic Violence Program, ASIS International Workplace Violence Prevention and Response Guideline Committee, and the Workplace Committee of the National Task Force to End Sexual and Domestic Violence Against Women. In Illinois, Kim is a core faculty member of the Illinois Attorney General's Victim Assistance Academy, and has been a member of the Governor's Commission on the Status of Women in Illinois Violence Reduction Working GrouKim is a member of the Steering Committee of the Illinois Family Violence Coordinating Council, in addition to serving on the 11th Judicial Circuit Family Violence Coordinating Council Planning Committee and co-chairing the McLean County Domestic Violence Task Force Youth and Children Work GrouIL. Kim is former adjunct faculty Illinois State University in Normal, IL, and Heartland Community College in Bloomington, IL, and continues to guest lecture at both institutions. She is a graduate of the LEADERSHIP AMERICA 1999 American Issues Forum. Kim is a frequent speaker and guest lecturer in the United States and internationally on topics such as partner violence and the workplace, workplace violence, organizational ethics and leadershishe has assisted the Australian government and Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality in Israel in creating business partnerships to address intimate partner violence as a workplace issue and has worked in Jordan to help build public-private partnerships between businesses and NGOs in that country. Kim has a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and a Master of Arts degree in counseling psychology.

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Anne Crews

Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence

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