Sisters Against Abuse
Help our sisters who is going through domestic violence trauma
The Sisters Against Abuse (SAA) Project intends to provide access to a variety of services that lead to recovery, education, and work opportunities for victims of domestic violence. Although the project covers several areas such as these, this fundraiser will primarily support the information, counseling, and emotional support these women will receive.
With your help, 50 women will receive expert informational, emotional support, and counseling services.
This project is being undertaken here at Fatih Regen to make sure that women are made aware of the services available to them and help provide them with these services. Our project’s hope is that through the resources we provide, women and girls who have experienced domestic violence will be able to recover from trauma and begin to rebuild their lives while living in a safer and more secure environment.
SAA began in 2017 and has been helping more and more women as time goes on. The funds for this project will help SAA be able to help a larger amount of women. Money donated can help us reach out to additional counselors in order to help more women. With these increased resources, we will be able to raise further awareness about our project and find more women to join it.
Counseling, informational services, and emotional support are the first steps to allowing the women involved in our project to recover and move on from the hardships they have faced. These services will help victims begin the healing process and overcome the trauma resulting from domestic violence. After completion, they will be better prepared to keep moving forward and build new lives. Donations will go directly to the project and any planning fees involved.
Every donation helps.
6 Hours of Guidance: £120 pays for a full 6 hours of a woman’s informational advice and guidance that will pave the way for her independence.
2 Employment Workshops: £50 pays for 2 workshops that will help women to identify their goals in life and find work placements or jobs.
1 Hour of Emotional Support: £30 pays for 1 hour of emotional support when women feel the most isolated and depressed.
30 Minutes of Guidance: £10 pays for 30 minutes of information advice and guidance to ensure that women know exactly where to go for what when they need it, especially with regards to shelter, food and children