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Empowering Voices: Uniting for Change at the ‘I am My Sister’s Keeper’ Banquet During Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: I am my sister's keeper banquet

In a powerful display of unity and resilience, Wind Haven Foundation recently joined hands with survivors from our support group to attend the ‘I am My Sister’s Keeper’ banquet, an event that illuminated the path toward healing during Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This gathering became a catalyst for change, sparking vital conversations, fostering empathy, and igniting a sense of purpose within our community.

Annuity.org and Wind Haven Foundation’s Shared Commitment Against Financial Abuse

Financial Abuse

Together, Annuity.org and Wind Haven Foundation strive to create a world where individuals can escape the clutches of financial abuse, rebuild their financial foundations, and embark on a journey of empowerment. Join us on this shared mission to empower women and victims of abuse, ensuring a brighter and more secure future for all.

Unmasking Domestic Violence: A Closer Look at a Silent Epidemic

Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is a grave issue that affects individuals in intimate relationships through a pattern of abusive behaviors aiming to gain power and control over the victim. It encompasses various forms, including physical, emotional, psychological, sexual, and economic abuse. Understanding the cycle of abuse is crucial, as it typically involves tension building, an explosion of violence, and a temporary honeymoon phase. Overcoming the silence surrounding domestic violence requires education, support for survivors, reporting abuse, and advocating for change in policies and societal attitudes. By joining forces, we can break the chains of domestic violence and create a safer, more compassionate world for all.

Empowering Hearts and Minds: A Domestic Violence Reading List

Domestic Violence Reading List

Domestic violence knows no boundaries – it can occur in any community, regardless of socio-economic status, ethnicity, or gender. As we strive to create a safer and more compassionate society, education and understanding are essential tools. To that end, we have curated a thought-provoking domestic violence reading list that explores the various facets of domestic violence, offering insights, empathy, and empowerment to survivors and allies alike.

Breaking the Silence: Understanding Domestic Violence with Disabilities


In this blog post, we explored the often-overlooked issue of domestic violence against individuals with disabilities. We discovered that people with disabilities are at a significantly higher risk of experiencing violence within intimate relationships compared to the general population. Survivors with disabilities face unique challenges, including limited access to resources, dependence on abusers, discrimination, and communication barriers.

Violence Doesn’t Discriminate: Standing Against Hate During LGBTQIA+ Pride Month

LGBTQIA+ Pride Month

As we celebrate LGBTQIA+ Pride Month, it is crucial to remember that violence against the community continues to persist. This blog post emphasizes that violence doesn’t discriminate, affecting individuals of all genders, sexual orientations, ethnicities, and backgrounds within the LGBTQIA+ community. The post highlights the importance of addressing intersectionality, as violence often intersects with other forms of discrimination. It encourages individual and collective action, including advocacy, creating supportive environments, education, policy reform, and collaboration with other marginalized communities. By standing in solidarity and taking these steps, we can work towards a more inclusive and accepting society that protects the rights and well-being of all LGBTQIA+ individuals.

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