Support Every Survivor: How Race, Ethnicity, Gender, Sexuality and Disability Shape Survivors’ Experiences and Needs
We’re creating an ecosystem in which survivors can thrive.
Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is a structural economic issue. We need to stop addressing it with band aids.
Intimate partner violence happens suddenly, over the course of days or weeks.
Intimate partner violence happens over years and generations.
FreeFrom is reframing IPV as a structural economic issue that intersects with other systems of oppression.
Intimate partner violence is the result of bad luck, bad choices, or both, making survivors responsible for their own healing.
1 in 4 women and 1 in 2 trans folks experience IPV in the U.S., and the #1 obstacle to safety for survivors is financial security. This means that IPV is a systemic economic issue, making all of us responsible to support survivors’ healing.
FreeFrom is building an ecosystem of support to ensure that survivors have the resources to get safe, heal, and prevent future harm.
Growing Our Collective Power As Survivors →
Creating tools, resources, and environments to support survivors’ collective economic and community power.
Building a Sustainable Movement →
Supporting the movement against gender-based violence in centering economic security for all survivors.
Societal Action →
Bringing in our society’s institutions—including banks, employers, and governments—as part of the ecosystem of support.
Advancing Cultural Change →
Data collection, storytelling, and research to shift the narrative from crisis response to systemic change.
OUR WORK IN NUMBERS
Total cash we’ve distributed to survivors through our safety fund, savings matching program, and social enterprise
Survivors served by our various programs and resources
Nonprofit, corporate, government, and philanthropic partners in our network
Everyone Has a Part to Play
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The cash came just in time to fix my car. Not having a vehicle makes it difficult to get groceries (I use EBT so I can’t order online)…So, the timing of this grant was a huge relief!