“I have never been alone. Even during my struggles, KAFSC was always with me and supported me all the way,” shared one client.
Our counselors and hotline volunteers work with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their children around the clock so that they are empowered with choices to draw their own future. KAFSC is able to stand by our clients thanks to your continued support to protect the rights and lives of all women and children.
Recently, countless mass shootings and high-profile sexual assault cases have propelled issues of domestic violence and sexual assault into the spotlight, prompting a national conversation. There is much left to be done.
Next year, three of our Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) grants, previously awarded by the Department of Justice, will come to an end. We rely heavily on these federal grants to fund both our Housing Programs - Transitional Housing and Rainbow House Emergency Shelter – as well as our services for victim-survivors of sexual assault. Due to anticipated cuts in federal funding that are underway, essential KAFSC programs and services have become highly vulnerable.
Please consider making a gift to the Korean American Family Service Center this holiday season. For those who donate $50 and up, we will select five winners for a special KAFSC giveaway.
Thank you for lending your invaluable support in lifting our community.
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