Have you personally lived through the hurt and hopelessness that can come from domestic violence? Do you know someone who has? You most likely do even if you don’t realize it.
ONE woman in 3 will experience domestic abuse in her lifetime.
(World Health Organization)
Learn how to promote healing and stop the cycle of abuse from repeating.
Join Called to Peace Ministries in October as we recognize National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. All month long, we will focus our attention on educating, equipping, and creating awareness surrounding the challenges that women and families experience who are trapped in domestic violence.
Identify what domestic abuse looks like and how to get on to a path to find true hope and healing. Journey with us throughout October as we seek to bring healing and restoration for women and families who have been affected by domestic violence.
5 WAYS TO PARTNER THROUGH OCTOBER
Join our Crowdfunding Movement,
share your passion voice, and honor your own story or loved ones with your network and raise money for Called to Peace Ministries. Create your own personal fundraising webpage and we will walk you through each step of the way!
Follow along through emails and Facebook
as we focus on providing educational information on identifying domestic abuse, its long-term effects, how it impacts children, and understanding spiritual abuse. We will host expert live interviews throughout the entire month.
We did it! Partner with us to raise $100,000, so we can continue to serve every individual, church, and people helper who reaches out to us in desperation for help!
Get our Downloadable DVAM 2021 Church Kit
This kit will help your pastors and leaders honor those in your congregation who have been impacted by domestic abuse and educate the church body on identifying abuse and finding healing. Download kit here.
Who is your ONE in 3?
Please consider giving a generous donation to honor your story or the ONE woman in three in your life so together we can continue to serve every survivor with hope & healing.
“They kept coming through again and again when I needed it most”.
Read more about Carly’s story and how Called to Peace Ministries helped.