An organization of survivors, by survivors, for survivors

On the eve of Thanksgiving, I reflect on my three months as Development Director and I’m amazed at the commitment of our staff, and how creatively they support survivors: Kinship’s Manhood Project teaching healthy relationships to black youth, and LGBTQ’s art therapy workshops and exhibit are just two recent examples of this.

I’m delightfully surprised by your generosity. When we sent out a call for volunteers, you responded; Holiday Drive gift cards for survivors are coming in, and we’re reaching new donors through GiveGuide. Internally, technology applications and processes adopted early this year are starting to pay off. And have you noticed our updated website?

Domestic violence isn’t the cause-du-jour but I know that you know how it intersects with homelessness, suicide and mass shootings. I’ve begun meeting with our grantors, a task made easy because our team with lived experience is frankly, kicking butt. Bradley Angle is truly an organization of survivors, by survivors, for survivors.

Come get to know us better. Interact with Executive Director Bri Condon and Housing Program Manager Liliana McDonald at our Together to 2022 event on December 10. They will share the year’s highlights, our plans for 2022, and answer your questions. Please join us!

Marina Bhargava
November 24, 2021