Help Rescue 500 Battered Women And Their Children

 
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Jun 2, 2009

March Numbers and quarterly report

In March 2009, ADVCL received 93 calls, emails and faxes from 33 different people (21 of whom were new callers) from or on behalf of 28 different families (19 of whom were new) from 14 different countries. ADVCL also received calls from three new countries in the first quarter: Kyrgyzstan, Iraq, and Nicaragua. In March, ADVCL provided relocation assistance to two families.

Mar 11, 2009

Volunteer training

We just completed our first 30 hour international crisis line advocate training of 2009! After completion of the training, advocates commit to a minimum of 1 year, six hours per week on the crisis line, or 312 hours. Most of our crisis line volunteers provide over 500 hours per year. The crisis line received 1182 calls or emails in 2008 from 56 different countries. Our volunteers are vital to the work we do. Because of their dedication and commitment, we are able to provide 24 hour service on the crisis line. We are always grateful for the financial support we receive through Global Giving because it enables us to conduct these trainings. We will be conducting 4 trainings this year, an increase from last year, and are planning our next one in May 2009.

Feb 11, 2009

Statistics for 2008

With your valuable help in 2008 we received 1182 crisis calls & emails from 363 families (with 239 children) in 56 different countries. These crisis contacts came from:

45% from Europe 18% from the Middle East 9% Asia 26% Americas 2% Africa

In addition, we provided danger to safety relocation back to the USA to 7 families, provided legal representation to 6 families and provided housing to 4 families.

The donations that come in though Global Giving are at the heart of our mission and we would not be able to do the work we do without you. Thank you so much.

Oct 9, 2008

Guyana, Romania and Minutes for Moms

Crisis calls are a critical first step to safety
Crisis calls are a critical first step to safety

We are gearing up this month for our Minutes for Moms Campaign. Every phone call we receive on the international toll free hotline costs the organization between $1.00 to $4.00 per minute just in toll charges. Donations to our Minutes for Moms Campaign will go directly to pay these crisis line bills which are so critical to a vitims welfare.

We received calls from Guyana and Romania in the month of September which reflects that our outreach efforts are working. A big thank you to all of you who donate to us and recognize the value of our work!

Aug 13, 2008

Iceland & Bosnia - now 77 countries served

With the addition of crisis calls received from battered American women in Iceland and Bosnia in July, we have now received calls from victims in 77 countries around the world. We have come a long way, but have so far to go. Thank you for your continued support in helping us expand and reach those in need in places as far away as Iceland and Bosnia.

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Project Leader

Paula Lucas

Founder
Portland, OR United States

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