Bringing awareness to communities on the matters of domestic violence by producing commumity fundraising events that will help us to provide desperately needed community resources for vicitims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and abuse.
The "Keeping Keli Foundation" was founded, by Keli's mother in honor of her daughter & grandson, Keli Gabrielle Mornay &
Brixx Nola Mornay Johnson.
Keli, a 34 year old mother of three boys, lost her life along with her
7-month old infant, Brixx Nola on the early morning hours of June 6, 2021 to a brutal act of domestic violence in Biloxi, MS. On that very unbelievable & heartwrenching day, Keli's mother, begin her quest as an advocate against domestic violence and became Keli's voice in the effort to support victims as well as survivors of domestic violence.
Our dedicated staff & volunteers are on a mission to provide a safer community. They work dilegently to promote change by giving their all for every fundraising event that will make a difference in the lives of others who are in need. Several of our staff members and volunteers have also experienced domestic violence in some way or knows someone that has been in a difficult or dangerous domestic situation.
If you know of anyone that
is experiencing physical, verbal, emotional, sexual or financial abuse,
help is available.
Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline:
(800) 799-SAFE (7233) or the Gulf Coast Center for Nonviolence crisis line: (800) 800-1396.
Or visit their website.