Tammy Bowlin-Macrae became part of the statistics in August of 2007. Today, four years after her death, dozens of friends and family walked in Macrae's memory, trying to keep other women away from toxic, violent relationships.
Tammy's Walk raises money to help victims find a safe place to go and it funds prevention programs for teens.
While Tammy didn't see the signs of abuse, her family hopes with every step another victim can find the strength to break the cycle and ask for help.
Tammy's Walk has raised more than $10,000. All the proceeds go directly to Advocates for Victims and Justice, a non-profit aimed at helping people break free from domestic violence.