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robert guinto

The majority of those making decisions to fund services are white males whom have never had their life at risk ever. Women should not vote for men who do not take their needs seriously. Set an agenda that prioritizes where housing and Domestic Violence services are needed to allow equal and equitable access to services. If elected officials do not support the agenda then make sure that the community is educated about the position of the officials.

Carol Kirshner

I hear what you are saying about the peopel we elect for National level jobs. However, here in the South we elect a lot of local officals from underserved areas. These people (male or female) do very little with what they have to forward and expand services to individuals who are victims of domestic violence.

Strangely, most of the awareness and fundraising for expanded services is done by celebrities and small groups that band together to help.

Mire

Your blog is great and I think you would totally love the website I work for that turns everyday consumers into philanthropists: http://www.nonprofitshoppingmall.com. Next month the site will be featuring RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) RAINN is the nation’s largest anti-sexual assault organization and was named one of “America’s 100 Best Charities” by Worth magazine. RAINN carries out programs to prevent sexual assault, help victims and ensure that rapists are brought to justice.

Check out the site for everyday shopping and giving. Especially take a look at next month's 'people who care' section and give to RAINN while buying your monthly goods from your favorite stores.

Hope you enjoy! Keep up the good work!

Mire Molnar

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