For 11 years, the Domestic Abuse Helpline for Men and Women (DAHMW) has remained committed to helping victims of domestic violence, especially those under served. DAHMW has relied on funding from the founder's personal resources, and private donations from generous individuals, who share our commitment to support victims of domestic violence. Through our National Crisis Helpline, we have been able to help tens of thousands of individuals and families, across the country that suffered from domestic violence.
However, there is another crisis developing that has put our organization at risk. The increasing needs of domestic violence victims have outpaced our ability to fund the organization, and without financial support from generous and passionate individuals, we will be unable to reach our fundraising goals and may be forced to close down our national toll free crisis helpline. This would leave thousands of victims with no place to go for help - please do not let this happen.
How can you help?
· Help us reach our fundraising goal of $25,000 by November 30, 2011
· Donate NOW via our website at http://www.dahmw.org
· Please tell your friends about DAHMW and encourage them to donate
Our continued mission to help victims of domestic violence is only possible with the assistance of generous donations from members of the community. Without donations from supporters such as yourself, the people who benefited from DAHMW's services last year would have been left to face the devastating effects of domestic violence all alone.
Won't you help us help individuals in need? Your financial support can help us make a positive difference in the lives of people who have been victimized by domestic violence. Every dollar you send provides critical services to those in need.
On behalf of the millions of people suffering from the effects of domestic violence and the entire staff at DAHMW dedicated to helping these individuals, thank you for your support. It is going to make a meaningful impact for so many people.
Garo P. Green
President, Board of Directors