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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Bill Mitchell, father of slain alumna, spoke at Saint Joseph’s last evening.

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – The president of the Kristin Mitchell Foundation, Bill Mitchell, returned to Saint Joseph's Cardinal Foley Center,...

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Purchase Jewelry To Benefit Kristin Mitchell Foundation & Dating Violence Education.

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Now through March 2nd 100% of our niece's commissions will be donated to The Kristin Mitchell Foundation. As many of you know,...

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Registration for Our 2015 Kristin’s Krusade 5K Run/Walk is Open. Sign Up Now!

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – Why wait? You can sign up now for our next Kristin’s Krusade 5K Run/Walk. It’s taking place on Sunday, April 19,...

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KMF Grant Helps to Educate Student Body of Notre Dame of Maryland University

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BALTIMORE, MARYLAND –  In 2013, Notre Dame of Maryland University was awarded a grant from the Kristin Mitchell Foundation to aid their efforts...

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Foundation Does Keynote at Baltimore’s Annual Domestic Violence Conference.

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LUTHERVILLE, MARYLAND –  The 8th Annual Domestic Violence Conference "In Plain Sight," sponsored by Baltimore County Department...

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The Elevator Abuse Video

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ELLICOTT CITY, MD – This tragedy hit our home hard in February when the story first broke. Now with the release of a new video...

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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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