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YOU CAN HELP US CHANGE THE WORLD.
The resources raised during this campaign will expand the life changing impact of the organization on the women, girls and communities it serves.
The Bringing H.O.P.E. Campaign is a comprehensive campaign designed to ensure The No Woman, No Girl Initiative can "Bring H.O.P.E. to women and girls in The Triangle.
WHAT WE WANT TO ACCOMPLISH
Collect 250,000 everyday essentials - By collecting everyday essentials over the course of the campaign, this objective will ensure that we have adequate amounts of inventory to respond to crises in our local community.
Raise $250,000 - This will allow our organizational structure to reach full sustainability and will propel us forward to meet the human resources needed to operate with fidelity.
Establish 250 Community and Agency partners - Our relationships with partners in the Triangle will support our efforts in making everyday essentials accessible to women and girls experiencing crises.
Raise $250,000 - This will allow our organization to develop, implement, and execute educational programs toward health education, hygiene, and our continued efforts with our Universal Care Guides.
Imagine experiencing transition or a crisis and being able to walk into a safe space where you have the choice to gain access to what you need to survive for the months to come. Imagine being able to have staff readily available to make you feel welcomed and to guide you through everyday essentials with privacy at the forefront.
We are on a mission to bring HOPE to The Triangle and beyond but, we need our community to help us do so. This campaign would fill the gaps that federal policies are not. This campaign would allow women and girls to attend school, maintain jobs and alleviate barriers to their daily life by having access to essentials that most take for granted each day.
Let's look ahead to what our community could look like if no woman and no girl would go without access to what she needed to live a dignified life."
-- Shirnetta Harrell, Founder & Executive Director
WAYS YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE
HOW YOU CAN DONATE
5808 Departure Drive
Raleigh, NC 27616
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Our Monthly Keyholders are supporters from our giving community who donate to our mission each month.
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We believe that our volunteers go above and beyond the call of duty to make a difference within our mission.
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The No Woman, No Girl Initiative is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. No goods or services were
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Our Tax ID # 86-2721892
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Our Monthly Keyholders unlock our mission each month!
By sustaining our mission each month, you can immediately make a difference in our educational programming and operations!
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GET TO KNOW THE DESIGNER
Who She Is, And Why She designed the website.
My name is Ashley Neville. I am a domestic violence survivor. On December 4, 2018, my life changed forever. My ex-partner has now been sentenced to 14 years in prison for attempting to take my life, along with others. I was in a relationship that consisted of physical, mental, and emotional abuse. Though the transitioning process was not easy, it was worth saving my and my child’s life. Now, I am happily married, with two beautiful children and my business is doing great.
When I left my situation I wasn’t aware of the resources that were available to me at the time. I believe if I knew about a program such as The No Woman, No Girl Initiative, I would've had the proper resources to help with my transition. Designing this website was an honor. The impact and change this organization is delivering to the community is AMAZING. Nonetheless, I want other women to know that it is possible to overcome both the trauma of domestic violence and the injustice of the system. Luckily for me, I got the justice that I desired. However, I know everyone doesn't have the same experience. If you are in an abusive relationship please seek help if you can.