The NO HARM Award was established to recognize the community partners who have made a difference in how victims and survivors of domestic violence rebuild their lives, one day at a time. In 2013, a vision of how to transform an old deteriorating building into more efficient and effective space for men, women, and children fleeing from violence, was ignited. Over the next 5 years, this vision became a reality, when the now 60,000 square foot building was opened. This could not have been possible without the unending support of our first recipients of this award in 2019, Huntington-Akron Foundation, Rennick and Dee Andreoli, Roger Reed, and Phil Maynard. This year has been challenging in so many ways and we would not have been able to continue to serve those most in need without your help. That is why it is our honor to present the 2020 NO HARM Award to, THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY.