VICTIMSVOICE HALO FUND

Survivors' Immediate Needs $730

YOU can make an impact. 

Behind the media sound bites and statistics are real people, probably someone you know and just don’t know it.

Donate For Immediate Help

Your card donation will be gifted to those that cannot afford to pay the annual fee and give them the chance to safely and securely #Record2Remember so they will finally be #HeardAndBelieved. $10 (or more) will be donated directly to the VictimsVoice Halo Fund, allowing them to secure a chance at a life free from all forms of abuse.

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MAKE A DIFFERENCE

VictimsVoice Halo Fund

$ 40.00

Incl. Annual License + $10 Fund Donation

DONATE

VVH Fund donations
are not tax-deductible.

ACTIVATION GIFT CARD

Girl Lying In Bed Documenting

When the conversation is too painful. 

Bringing up the fact that their relationship is abusive can be difficult – even impossible. But letting them know you care and are offering a way to help without confrontation may be the solution they need to see what’s happening and be able to prove it when they decide to get help.

Gift Card For Immediate Help

Send it to you or send it directly to them in an unmarked envelope. Either way, you are providing them with the lifeline they need to get help and seek legal justice should they need it. The license is good for an entire year of documentation. Should they need to extend their license, they can do it from their account or you can gift another card.

GIFT A LIFELINE

VictimsVoice Activation Card for the Partner Program

$ 39.95

Incl. Annual License

GIFT A LICENSE

Gift Cards will be mailed to
the shipping address provided.

HOW ELSE CAN I HELP?

Locate Resources

Most of all, be supportive and listen. Often times a victim is not yet ready to admit what is happening to them is abuse and is seeking validation and someone to listen to them and believe them. 

Here are some additional resources to help you help others:

  • Look for resources in your area that can support your friend or loved one. CLICK HERE for RESOURCES
  • Educate yourself on the term “Trauma-Informed” and why their reactions may surprise you. CLICK HERE for INFORMATION
  • If you believe someone is being abused, CLICK HERE for ACTIONS
  • If you believe someone is in imminent harm, contact your local authorities and ask for a by dialing 911.