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Dear Supporter,

Today marks the 25th anniversary of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Since VAWA’s inception in 1994, it has served as the cornerstone of our nation’s response to domestic and sexual violence.

In celebration of this day, join us in calling on the Senate to support a companion bill to the bipartisan H.R. 1585.

Over the past 25 years, VAWA has been reauthorized three times, and each reauthorization has expanded life-saving programs and protections for survivors. H.R. 1585 includes crucial improvements that need to be enacted now to increase access to safety and justice for all survivors.

Will you help us celebrate VAWA’s birthday today? Call your Senators and ask them pass VAWA now!

H.R. 1585 is the VAWA we need today. The bill addresses survivors’ urgent needs and invests in strategies so that one day we can live in a world where domestic and sexual violence no longer exist.

VAWA has undoubtedly shaped our nation’s response to domestic and sexual violence and saved and transformed countless lives. Yet, the gaps the remain are too urgent to ignore.

Contact your Senators today and tell them to prioritize survivors’ safety and reauthorize VAWA now.

Thank you for all that you do to support survivors.

For Peace and Safety,

Cindy Southworth
Interim CEO and Executive Vice President
National Network to End Domestic Violence




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