Act Now to Get Support for Survivors

YOUR ACTION IS NEEDED!

As our co-founder and chairman shared with CNN, the COVID-19 pandemic is disproportionately affecting survivors of domestic violence and abuse – stay at home does not mean safe at home.

We’re asking you to contact your Congressional representatives to ask for more funding to support survivors.

You can find your Senators and their contact information HERE and your Representative and their contact information HERE. You can find Members’ social media handles HERE. If you have contacts in Congressional offices, email is also an effective way to get in touch with staff who are working remotely.

Call/email script:

“Hello. My name is [your name], and I am a constituent [calling/emailing] from [your location and, if applicable, your program]. COVID-19 disproportionately impacts victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence, and Congress must act to support them and address their needs. This includes providing more funding for programs and ensuring survivors have access to services, housing, and economic stability; waiving grant match requirements; ensuring immigrants have access to health, safety, and stability; and addressing the long term impacts of this crisis on survivors by addressing dwindling deposits into the Crime Victims Fund. We’re counting on you to protect victims and survivors.”

Thank you for taking action today!

If you are looking for other ways to support the cause, please consider making a gift to Safe At Home today.