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heroes & Survivors

This program caters towards victims of sexual abuse, domestic violence, and mental illness. We create strong survivors out of past tragedies by allowing them to feel comfortable and safe by sharing our stories, talking with God, and moving forward. In connection with The Butterfly Project (Founder Yoshiko Burney), we also support families in need of rebuilding and financial support. 

The Randy Evans Survivor Fund

Randy Alexander Evans, father to Founder Maranda Evans, was born January 1, 1969 in Madisonville, Texas. Randy was best known for his cowboy persona and big smile with the gold tooth “R” in the front. Unfortunately, Randy’s life was short-lived when he was murdered by his girlfriend on March 14, 2004 when Maranda was only 11 years-old. Randy left behind his children, mother, sisters, brother, and a host of nieces and nephews. His legacy lives on with the #PurpleForRandy hashtag started by his daughter, Maranda, where friends and family wear purple on March 14, 2004 every year.

Domestic violence is fatal and we are here to make a change. Although Randy Evans didn’t survive, we are dedicated to save millions in his honor. Donate today to save an abuse victim.

 Maranda Evans kneels in prayer and memory at the intersection of her father’s death. Men are victims too. #EndDomesticViolence

Maranda Evans kneels in prayer and memory at the intersection of her father’s death. Men are victims too. #EndDomesticViolence

For more information on this program, please contact Maranda Evans at marandae@thetroubledmovement.org. To register for this program, please click the button below. To donate for this fund, please click the button below and add the note “Purple for Randy” in the notes section.