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Display Purple Lights this October

This October: Display purple lights at your home or business


‘Shine the Light’ in Livingston County

WHAT: It’s our 5th Annual “Shine the Light” Campaign that encourages home owners and businesses in Livingston County to display purple lights during October, which is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

WHY: To show county-wide support for the courage of survivors and to send a visible message to abusers that we will not tolerate domestic violence in our community

HOW: Display lights and awareness posters in business windows or reception areas and at homes in porch lights and windows

Get Lights & Posters

Lights are available at LACASA Center and the LACASA Collection store for a nominal donation. Campaign posters accompany light purchases and may be hung in windows or on front doors of homes and businesses. 

  • Purple light bulbs – $5 donation
  • Purple string lights – $15 donation
  • Lantern w/purple light – $25 donation
  • Shine the Light window posters – complimentary

Pick-Up Locations

LACASA Center, Monday – Friday, 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.   2895 W. Grand River Ave., Howell

LACASA Collection, Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.  120 W. Highland Road, Suite 100, Kroger/Crossroads Town Center, Howell

BUSINESSES:  If you would like lights and posters delivered, call Nicole Matthews-Creech at 517-548-1350 or email her at

Shine Light General POSTER


About Our Campaign

Our Shine the Light campaign is part of the national Purple Light Nights® movement.

Campaign posters that accompany the lights are available at LACASA with the message: Domestic Violence Has No Place in Our Community.

This initiative is part of Purple Light Nights®, a national movement to raise awareness about domestic

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