A pivotal part of supporting survivors of domestic violence is assisting them to end the cycle of violence in their lives, once and for all. While much of our focus is on helping survivors transition to safety, we also work to spread the word about healthy relationships and healing. Over time, we have come to realize … Continue reading Healing Together: A Campaign to Foster Healthy Relationships & FUNdraise for W.O.M.A.N., Inc.
On behalf of our staff, volunteers and board, we're excited to share with you our 2018 Annual Report! As you may remember, we turned 40 in 2018. Over the decades, we’ve cultivated our organizational wisdom as we have learned to adapt, ground ourselves in survivor-centeredness, and embrace intersectional feminism. W.O.M.A.N., Inc. has experienced it’s share … Continue reading 2018 W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Annual Report
Tell us a bit about yourself. My name is Juliet Moore and my pronouns are she, her, hers. I’m currently a student at San Francisco State University. I was born in Burlingame, CA and lived in Maui, Hawaii for four years with my family before we moved back to the Bay Area. I love to … Continue reading Meet Juliet, an SFSU Student who Created a Photostory of Our Office Space
W.O.M.A.N., Inc. is proud to serve as the intake line for the Cooperative Restraining Order Clinic (CROC). CROC assists survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking in obtaining Restraining Orders. Their expert attorneys prepare the restraining order request, file it at the court, help with serving the restraining order on the other party, and … Continue reading W.O.M.A.N., Inc. to serve as the intake line for the Cooperative Restraining Order Clinic (CROC).
I'm a SoCal native who moved to San Francisco two years ago. After a 12-year career in private sector project management and finance, I took a leap of faith to do some soul searching. Today, I help manage a nonprofit working toward a more sustainable, equitable, and humane food system. Things that make me smile: … Continue reading Meet a W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Volunteer: Tiffany Cheung
Looking for committed & compassionate individuals to volunteer with us! Apply to our Summer 2019 Domestic Violence Training! Application Process: Please click here to complete a volunteer application. Be sure to select “volunteer” under question 8 in order to be prompted to the appropriate application. The application provides us with important information about your readiness for … Continue reading Accepting Applications for our 2019 Summer Domestic Violence Hybrid Training
Please tell us a bit about yourself My name is Noa Gutterman. I am 27 years old (just celebrated my birthday for this fundraiser!) and I work as a Senior Manager of Digital Strategy at an advertising agency called Metric Theory. I moved to the Bay Area from DC last year, but have previously lived … Continue reading Fundraiser Spotlight: Noa Gutterman & Uforia Studios
1) How has art helped you heal from the violence you've experienced? I am a survivor of child abuse, domestic violence, and rape with complex PTSD. During cognitive behavior therapy session, a psychologist asked me a question of how I was feeling and I didn’t know how to express it in words. One day, she handed me a piece of paper with … Continue reading Meet Athena Kim: Using Art to Heal from Violence