One in four women in America will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Financial abuse, control over all finances and means to earn an income, keeps victims trapped in an abusive relationship. April is Financial Literacy Month and we need to spread awareness about how severly financial abuse affects victims of domestic violence. As many as 74% of women surveyed at domestic violence shelters reported that they stayed with an abuser longer because of financial issues (2012 Mary Kay Foundation report).
Help us empower victims by providing basic needs.
Your donation could provide the following:
$10 = Travel Expense to a Counseling Session;
$25 = One Individual Counseling Session;
$100 = Four Counseling Session with Our Economic Empowerment Specialist;
$130 = A Crisis Specialist to Answer Our Bilingual Hotline Calls for a Day;
$250 = Five Teen Dating Abuse Workshops to Teach Warning Signs to Teens;
$500 = A Month of Group Support Sessions;
$966 = A Safe Haven for one Victim Needing Emergency Shelter for a Week;
$1,932 = Emergency Shelter for a Mother and Child for a Week;
$5,000 = A Venue for Our "Love Shouldn't Hurt"Teen Symposium;
$10,000 = Heat and Utilities for Our Emergency Shelter for a Year.
We hope you will give what you can to help Hope’s Door and our victims, as well as consider joining the our 2018 team by having a fundraising page.