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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Chayn is a UK-based global network addressing gender-based violence that provides accessible and interactive online resources for women, available in multiple languages. Chayn is run by 400 volunteers, many of them survivors themselves.

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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, enabling them to create quality clothing and accessories.

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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 (Centri Antiviolenza). Managed entirely by women’s organizations, they work to prevent violence against women and provide counselling and support services to women victims of violence.

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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 while offering them vocational training in the floral industry.

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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. Today, Solidarité Femmes is comprised of 73 organizations across the country that provide support and shelter to women survivors and their children

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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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Through the Women’s Foundation of California, the Kering Foundation supports FreeFrom, an LA-based organization dedicated to creating financial security and long-term safety for survivors of domestic violence.

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Founded in 2017, Glitch is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to fighting digital abuse. Inspired by founder Seyi Akiwowo’s own experience with online attacks, Glitch seeks to promote positive and responsible "Digital Citizenship" among all online users.

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