The point is that there is no other agency like DAHMW. It exists solely on the work of volunteers. Ms. Brown doesn't take a salary from it, and in fact spends a lot of her own money. She can't get the same grant monies that domestic-abuse programs for women get. She alleges she's actually excluded from most of it. As such, she runs this on about $15,000 a year--on a good year. Yet she helps more men and women than you can imagine, and in fact helps men who literally have no other choice.
I am putting together an anthology. This anthology is not fiction. It will be a collection of essays by men who have been victims of domestic-partner abuse, either physical, sexual, emotional, or mental, or by those who know or have helped men who were victims.
And all profits from the anthology will be donated to the DAHMW. I hope to help bring some recognition to this problem and help the DAHMW in its mission.