We've reached the last week of our Domestic Violence Awareness Month email series. Thank you for joining us all month long to raise awareness about this critical issue.
DVAM may soon be over, but you can continue to build the movement to end domestic violence and promote #Safety4Survivors through moments small and large in your own community. Use our "Get Involved Toolkit" for some ideas on how to get started.
This DVAM we celebrate “31 Moments that Make a Movement.” We will share moments that have built the movement to end domestic violence.
October 27: Music can change a regular moment into something that matters. Listen to our #EmpowermentPlaylist and tell us about a time when a song made a difference to you! We believe in the healing power of music. Learn more about our playlist.
October 28: In 2016, we established the Independence Project to help survivors rebuild their credit. Financial abuse - which 99% of survivors experience - can cause serious consequences that last for years, like ruined credit. Through micro-lending, we are helping survivors move toward financial self-sufficiency. Learn more.
October 29: This year, we celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA). This momentous bill funds support services to 4 million victims of crime annually. VOCA provides non-taxpayer funding for services that help victims deal with the trauma and aftermath of a crime. Learn more in our Policy Center.
October 30: Building a strong movement to end violence takes everyone. Help persuade members in your community to pass a law, support a shelter, or change their minds. Use our tip sheet to write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper.
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram to view and share our #31n31 campaign for the month of October. Join the conversation by creating moments that promote #Safety4Survivors in your community, and share your actions online.
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TOGETHER, WE CAN END DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
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