In the fall of 2020, End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin and its initiatives, The Asha Project, Inc. and the National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life (NCALL), were awarded grant funding from the Office for Victims of Crime to address the service needs of older victims of abuse and financial exploitation in Milwaukee, WI.
We are saddened to share the news that our friend and former colleague, Linda Dawson, passed on March 14, 2021. Linda was a lifelong social justice activist who dedicated herself to the service of others. We join Linda’s family and loved ones in mourning and extend our heartfelt condolences to them.
The latest edition of Transformative, our quarterly newsletter for advocates & multi-disciplinary teams, is released for Spring 2021! With dedicated sections including Local Voices, Policy Spotlights, and Practices for Healing and Accountability, Systems Change Coordinator Tegan Swanson provides tools to foster change, accountability, and healing in our personal and professional communities.
On March 2, we were reminded of the far-reaching support we receive from those who support our work to end domestic abuse by addressing root causes of violence. We hold deep gratitude for all who contributed to End Abuse during the Big Share 2021! Thank you for donating and sharing our work with others to help raise awareness about survivors' experiences in Wisconsin.