Danger-to-Safety Relocation for DV Survivors

 
$19,365
$635
Raised
Remaining
Sep 16, 2009

Thank you

Thank you so much for your generous support of the Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center (formally the American Domestic Violence Crisis Line). Thanks to your support, we were able to reach our project goal of $1,000.00 enabling American women and their children to flee domestic violence overseas and relocate to safe and healthy environments. Furthermore, we were able to offer women assistance with basic human needs, case management, legal assistance, and counseling. Due to the project’s impact on American domestic violence victims overseas, we are raising the goal to $5,000.00. We hope that this project will remain successful and that we can assist more women who fear for their lives on a daily basis. Thank you from the Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center and from the women and their children who now live their lives free of abuse.

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Project Leader

Paula Lucas

Founder
Portland, OR United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Danger-to-Safety Relocation for DV Survivors