Let your Voice be heard with the #IAmAVoice Social Media Campaign!
In honor of 40 years of hope in Lincoln, Voices of Hope invites you to share your voices in the #IAmAVoice Social Media Campaign.
Take video or photo using our downloadable “Voice Bubble” sign telling us why or how you are a voice against sexual assault and domestic violence. Post your video or photo to social media using the hashtag #IAmAVoice and tagging us!
See some great examples by clicking here!
Check out short & fun video below to see how others have participated in #IAmAVoice.
This campaign is made possible by HopeLine from Verizon.
Voices of Hope provides services to empower those who have experienced relationship violence, sexual assault and related forms of abuse.
Our vision for our agency and our community is that all victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as their families and communities, receive responsive, empowering services and support that meet their needs, both individual and cultural, through counseling and education aimed at eliminating recurrence, challenging oppressive social institutions, and reducing violence and oppression.
When working with individuals who come to us for help, our immediate priorities are the safety and empowerment of the victims and their families. We believe that in listening to the clients and respecting their decisions and by providing information, counseling, advocacy and case management, they will be empowered to make the best decisions possible toward achieving safety and economic self-sufficiency for themselves and their families.
Thanks for visiting. Your support is appreciated.
We've Got News!
Patsy Martin on 08/05/2015
We are excited to announce that Voices of Hope has been selected as one of the five non-profit finalists for this year's Ignite Lincoln event. The non-profit organization receiving the most votes at the event on Thursday, August 27 at the Rococo Theater, will receive $7,000! Learn more or purchase reserve or general admission tickets at: www.ignitelincoln.org. Please come and support the good work that Voices of Hope does in our community
Patsy Martin on 07/27/2015
Voices of Hope will be the non-profit beneficiary of Southpointe Pavilion’s Friday Night Concerts on July 31, August 7, August 14 and August 21. All donations at these concerts will be matched by a grant from the HopeLine® from Verizon program. Voices of Hope will also be collecting formerly-used cell phones, batteries & chargers to donate to Verizon HopeLine to support victims of domestic violence. Voices of Hope will also have it's #IAmAVoice social media campaign at the concerts where you can share your voice in ending domestic violence.
Patsy Martin on 05/18/2015
Learn more about Voices of Hope's services and hear a survivor's story.
Patsy Martin on 05/15/2015
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