Following up on the story I wrote about here, where the funding had been cut drastically for Turning Point, a Chicago-area shelter serving women and children who are victims of domestic violence.Fundraising efforts, including the Star 105.5 radiothon, online donations (yay, Shakers!), and food donations to the pantry, have raised $70,000 for the center.A warm and grateful thanks to everyone who donated where they could.
(Women for Afghan Women, a humanitarian organization I've supported for many years, runs a shelter for women and children fleeing domestic violence in Kabul, and a smaller one in Mazar-i-sharif. In this update to her August 19th let... Read Post
Funding and staffing constraints at domestic violence programs mean victims are put in danger. The post On A Single Day, Nearly 10,000 Domestic Violence Victims Couldn’t Get The Help They Needed appeared first on ThinkProgress. Read Post