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A behind-the-scenes look at our campaign to shift perceptions.

Sonya Young Adam, Lucia Corral Pena, and Sandra Henriquez pose together

Learn how Reimagine Lab’s leaders brought the program's results to life at the recent 2022 National Coalition Against Domestic Violence conference in St. Louis.

Illustration by Mensen shows women and girls at various stages of life

Alliance for Girls is working to better understand the meaning of safety, working with young girls to uncover their true feelings to make them feel safe, protected, and equal.

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Program Manager Hilary Smith met with Time for Change Foundation’s Executive Director Vanessa Perez and Founder Kim Carter to discuss the power of community-level, two-generation practices in breaking the cycle of domestic violence.

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Everyone has a role to play in preventing domestic violence. At the Foundation, our vision is to invest in prevention solutions that make lasting change in the lives of survivors, families, and...

An illustration of a woman (Martha) with her children outside of a safe home

At Blue Shield of California Foundation, we believe that multiple systems are a part of the story of domestic violence, and therefore a part of its prevention. The Downtown Women’s Center in LA , a...

An illustration of a woman carrying a car with her two children in it

At Blue Shield of California Foundation, we believe that multiple systems are a part of the story of domestic violence, and therefore a part of its prevention. The Downtown Women’s Center in LA , a...

A woman stands in a room, holding an infant, while her smaller children cluster around her.

At Blue Shield of California Foundation, we believe that multiple systems are a part of the story of domestic violence, and therefore a part of its prevention. The Downtown Women’s Center in LA , a...

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The Foundation recently updated its priorities with three new multidisciplinary tracks to turn California into the healthiest state and end domestic violence.

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