Turning Point fundraiser starts at noon at Amazing Joe’s

It is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the local shelter is introducing a new event aimed at getting men to take a stand against violence. That will include a marathon sit-in on the roof of Amazing Joe’s on Central Avenue.

Bartholomew Consolidated Superintendent Dr. Jim Roberts, brought the idea for 100 Men Move to End Domestic Violence to Columbus and will be the featured speaker today.

The goal is to get 100 men to donate $100 each.

Roberts says that Nick Grams, managing partner of Amazing Joe’s, will be leading the way as he sits on the roof of his building through tomorrow.

The roof-sitting event will benefit Turning Point Domestic Violence Services.

For more information you can go to turningpointDV.org.