To join us in combatting violence against women, make a donation to one of our partner organizations.

Explore our extensive list below.

Supporting survivors

Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective (BEAM)

This Black-led training, movement-building and grant-making organization is dedicated to the healing, wellness and liberation of Black communities.

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Casa di Accoglienza delle Donne Maltrattate (CADMI)

CADMI - Casa di Accoglienza delle Donne Maltrattate (“Center for women survivors of domestic violence”) is the first center for women survivors of domestic violence that opened in Italy, in 1986.

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Chayn is a UK-based global network addressing gender-based violence that provides accessible and interactive online resources for women, available in multiple languages.

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Colori Vivi

Colori Vivi, a "Made in Italy" fashion laboratory led by volunteer professional tailors and stylists, works to instruct refugee women in the principles of tailoring.

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Donne in Rete contro la violenza (D.i.Re)

Donne in Rete contro la violenza (D.i.Re) is a network of independent women’s shelters and centres. They work to prevent violence against women and provide counselling to survivors.

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Du Pain & des Roses

French organization Du Pain & des Roses (DPDR) trains vulnerable women in the practice of floristry through professional courses, encouraging them to regain self-esteem and confidence in their skills.

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EvaLab is a sustainable tailoring studio that supports women survivors in finding employment and achieving economic autonomy, through the production of garments.

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Fédération Nationale Solidarité Femmes (FNSF)

Originally founded in the 1970s, the Fédération Nationale Solidarité Femmes (FSNF) combats violence against women in France, with a particular focus on domestic violence.

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Fondo Semillas

Our partner Fondo Semillas supports grassroots women-led organizations to strengthen the feminist movement and create structural social change in Mexico.

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