The Dorbin Association donated $14,500 to Turning Point Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services on April 9.
The contribution is the largest donation in the Association’s history. The money was raised through the Dorbin Auction, the Association’s annual live and silent auction that takes place every February.
Leaders said they enjoy putting on the Auction every year and that raising money for Turning Point was the least that they could do for the non-profit that gives so much to their community.
Turning Point serves nine counties throughout West Alabama, providing services to more than 2,000 primary and secondary victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Turning Point also conducts community training and other events throughout the year.