Our Mission

The mission of the Kristin Mitchell Foundation is to support
educational efforts that raise awareness among young adults
about the dangers of unhealthy dating relationships.

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President of Kristin Mitchell Foundation to speak next at Exelon

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BERWYN, PA – On Dec. 10, 2015, as part of their Employee Giving Campaign, Exelon is providing real-life information about dating...

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Cabrini Addresses Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, and Sexual Assault

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RADNOR, PA – On Oct. 15, 2015, Cabrini College welcomed more than 200 students, educators, and community leaders for the 5th annual...

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Cabrini College DV Symposium features Kristin Mitchell Foundation President as Keynote.


RADNOR, PA – (From Cabrini College website) On Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015 from 8:45AM to 3:15PM, Cabrini College will host a free,...

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August 24th.

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ELLICOTT CITY, MD – On August 24, 1983, at 4:17PM, Kristin Marie Mitchell came into this world a beautiful baby girl. Her four grandparents...

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Bringing Self Defense Tools into the Modern Age.


From TechRepublic: By Lyndsey Gilpin July 9, 2015 New startup Roar For Good has designed wearable technology for women's self...

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June 3, 2015. The 10th Anniversary of Kristin Mitchell’s Tragedy.

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ELLICOTT CITY, MD–On June 3rd, we will reflect on a brilliant life cut short by dating violence in all of its horrible fury. Ten...

What Happened...

In 2005, Bill and Michele Mitchell lost their only daughter Kristin, then 21, when her boyfriend stabbed her in a fit of rage three weeks after she graduated from Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia.

Kristin MitchellWomen ages 16 to 24 experience the highest rate of dating violence - almost three times the national average - according to the Bureau of Justice. "Domestic violence doesn't have a face or an age," says Bill Mitchell. "It can happen to anybody."

Since Kristin's death, the Kristin Mitchell Foundation has supported educational efforts that raise awareness about the dangers of abusive dating relationships. The Mitchells have also lobbied for a Maryland law that requires mandatory domestic violence education in middle and high schools.

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