A Donation at any Level Will Make an Extraordinary Difference in the Life of a Survivor
Funds raised will support global grantees of the United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence against Women and Futures Without Violence’s work with domestic and sexual violence prevention groups in the United States, with an emphasis on organizations that serve and support Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.
These organizations support frontline responders to domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and other forms of violence who help:
· Prevent further abuse, by reaching survivors who are in danger when they must shelter in place with an abuser, and connecting them to help.
· Support children and adult survivors in partnership with domestic violence and rape crisis centers.
· Help survivors heal from trauma and rebuild their emotional and financial lives after abuse.
In the United States:
In the United States, Futures Without Violence will invest in programs and collaborations with organizations that are led by and/or that serve Black, Indigenous and People of Color, addressing the disproportionate rates of domestic and sexual violence faced by Black and Indigenous women and other survivors at greatest risk:
· $50 can help survivors gain access to a culturally-relevant, safe, and confidential hotline or support from a frontline responder
· $100 can help increase trauma and mental health support at domestic violence and sexual assault community programs and shelters
· $1,000 can help survivors rebuild their lives following abuse and trauma caused by violence, economic insecurity, and racism
· USD 20 can provide a hygiene kit for a family during the COVID-19 pandemic in Pakistan including masks and hand sanitizer
· USD 50 can provide two weeks of food items that cover basic needs for women survivors of violence in Albania suffering from hunger during the COVID-19 pandemic
· USD 115 can ensure the active participation of an underrepresented woman or girl in discussions to advocate for a comprehensive law to end violence against women and girls in Chile
· USD 400 can fund a radio programme to disseminate prevention messaging surrounding COVID-19 infection and sexual and gender based violence in Zimbabwe
· USD 600 can fund one year of a new SOS hotline to support women and girl living with disabilities survivors of violence during the COVID-19 pandemic in Rwanda