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100% of the proceeds donated to Sarah's Safe Houses, Inc. will be given to safe shelters in desperate need in the United States of America. By making a donation of any amount, you are helping to change someone's life forever. Often victims leave their homes with nothing, but the clothes on their backs. Safe Houses provide protection, resources, safety plans, crisis line, basic survival items and counseling for victims of physical or sexual abuse from intimate partners or human trafficking. Even more importantly, they provide HOPE! Stand up and say NO to Family violence and sexual assault with Sarah today. Your donation WILL save a life!

Sarah's Safe Houses, Inc. is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit founded by Sarah Norwood. Sarah is a survivor of domestic violence and sexual assault. She became a Confidential Victim's Advocate after she healed from her own abuse and eventually worked in a local Safe House. This is when she recognized the serious lack of funds available for shelters and the basic necessities to house individuals and families escaping life threatening abuse. This organization is dedicated to providing financial donations to Safe Houses across America to ensure the confidential and immediate safety of women and children. 

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Help Stop Intimate and Family Violence by Offering HOPE, Healing Resources and a Safe Place for Someone To StayTonight

Help Stop Intimate and Family Violence by Offering HOPE, Healing Resources and a Safe Place for Someone To StayTonight

Domestic violence and sexual assault is a national epidemic. Every 9 seconds a woman is beaten, abused or coerced into sex in the USA. 1 in 3 women will experience physical violence, rape or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime. On average more than 3 women a day are murdered by their husbands or boyfriends in the United States. Domestic Violence is the leading cause of injury to women in the America- above car accidents, rapes and muggings combined. Intimate partner violence does not discriminate and crosses all borders/cultures. Safe Houses are critical for keeping victims of abuse alive and breaking the cycle of violence.

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