Help Rescue 500 Battered Women And Their Children

 
$30,277
$9,723
Raised
Remaining
Mar 11, 2010

2010 Updates

Thank you for your generous support and donations. Between January 1 and March 10, 2010, the Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center received a total of 494 crisis calls, emails, and live chats. • January- 181 crisis calls, emails, and live chats, • February- 188 crisis calls, emails, and live chats, • March- 125 crisis calls, emails, and live chats between March 1 and March 10. The following quote was sent to Caitlin McGuan, AODVC Crisis Services Coordinator, from a survivor in Morocco. “Thank you again for all of your help and support. If it weren’t for the information you sent me, I never would have been able to locate an international family law attorney to represent me. And, now that I have, it’s like a weight’s been lifted off my shoulders. Thank you.” Thank you again for supporting the Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center.

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Paula Lucas

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Portland, OR United States

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