Make a Difference for a Domestic Violence Survivor
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” —Margaret Mead
Every one of us knows someone—or is someone—who has been affected by domestic and sexual violence. As with most epidemics, the extent of the problem can feel overwhelming and leave us wondering how we can even begin to make a difference. You can get involved by volunteering, donating, throwing a beneficiary event, lending your voice to the movement, and many other ways.
Tonight is my last night at Bradley Angle, and I want to share with you the hope, the empowerment, and the sisterhood I’ve found here. When I first called, I was panicked, afraid, angry, alone.
“I wish I could run home to Mom and Dad,” I said. However, they’d been dead for many years. I’d been demeaned, betrayed, lied to and abused by the person I had shared with most intimately—my husband and... Read More »
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