Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions for survivors of trauma due to High Control groups. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Survivors of High Control groups are supported through our Lollipop Initiative and the donors are called Good Samaritans. Emergent needs range from housing, rent, food, clothing and emergency services. It also includes support to our Community Specialist so they can build awareness and rush to the aid of survivors. Please join our Good Samaritans like Mr. Frederick Ashford of Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Ashford has provided his home for the homeless, food for the needy and emergency funds for those families who were desperate. He doesn't wait for red tape to clear; Mr. Ashford just helps and gives. To become a Good Samaritan, hit the donate button below and give what you can per month or simply a one time donation.
As a Vietnam War U.S. Veteran, Mr. Ashford has seen enough suffering. Now, he's dedicated his life to helping others. As a former trustee of Atlanta's oldest CME church, Butler Street, Mr. Ashford has blazed the trails in building up those who survived incarceration, High Control groups and early childhood trauma. Let us all follow Mr. Ashford's example and share our gifts and talents to help DCMO survivors. Please donate above or register to volunteer.
Our Mission is to help trauma survivors heal-A Survivors Story.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals to reunite families. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
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