“Liza’s Lifeline: Honoring Life, Providing Hope”
Domestic violence knows everyone. In South Carolina, 31 women were murdered as a result of domestic violence in 2009.
Approximately 4,318 women and children are sheltered in the state and 16,380 women are receiving non -shelter services: counseling, advocacy, community education
Liza Ellen Warner’s life was tragically cut short when her husband shot and killed her on October 1, 2004. He then took his own life. Doug and Shirley Warner, Liza’s father and stepmother, wanted to find a way to turn their family’s tragic loss into a means of honoring life and providing hope. They, along with others dedicated to their cause, formed Liza’s Lifeline of South Carolina, Inc. and obtained official 501 (c)(3) public charity status on June 16, 2008.
Liza’s Lifeline is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting domestic violence victims, their families, pets and their community through financial assistance, education and social change.
Join us in combating the silence that plagues this epidemic. Commit to talking to three people about domestic violence and sexual assault at commit2three.org.
In Memory of Liza Ellen Warner May 17, 1975 – October 1, 2004