The Lindsay Ann Burke Memorial Fund is a non-profit corporation and was founded to honor the life of Lindsay Ann Burke, a 23 year old Rhode Island College graduate from North Kingstown, R.I. Lindsay was a compassionate, honest and trusting young woman who cared deeply for others. She was trying to break the cycle of violence when she was murdered. Lindsay was an education major and came from a family of educators. We believe she would want us to break the silence and work towards ending relationship violence through education. As such, this fund will support the prevention of relationship violence primarily through the education of teens, parents, educators, and the public.

Thank you to all who attended the

LABMF Dinner on October 19, 2016. 

Congratulations to the winner of the Bookmark Design Contest for RI Graphic Arts students:   Matthew Spring of Rogers HS (teacher David Connell)

Click here for 2017-high-school-poster-contest-rules

Click here for 2017-middle-school-poster-contest-rules

Click here to view – 2016 Winning Posters

LABMF is pleased to support the 2017 Clothesline Projects at Johnston HS, Middletown HS, South Kingstown HS, Block Island School, & Lincoln HS!!

Click here to view 2015-16 Clothesline Projects

LABMF Workshop DVD now available:

Order our Workshop DVD to train school staff/health teachers/adults/college students. Click here for info & order form.

Click here to view RI’s comprehensive teen dating violence education law, the Lindsay Ann Burke Act

The Facts

  1. Girls and women between the ages of 16 and 24 experience the highest rates of intimate partner violence.
  2. 1 in 5 high school girls is physically or sexually hurt by a dating partner.
  3. 1 in 3 teens experience some kind of abuse in their romantic relationships.

statistics from the US Dept of Justice, AJPH, JAMA

The Funddove

The Lindsay Ann Burke Memorial Fund is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable corporation. All donations are tax deductible and directly sup
port our mission of ending relationship violence through education. We have no paid staff. Our workshops to train middle and high school health teachers, school staff and parents are made possible by your donations. In addition, we provide free educational and curriculum materials to Rhode Island workshop participants and trained health teachers in Rhode Island.