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Phone: (310) 396-0317
710 4th Ave #5
California 90291

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Direct beneficiaries per year: Since 1991, AWBW's art programs have served over 112,000 women, men and children throughout the country in partnership with over 279 shelters, outreach centers & transitional homes.

Geographic areas served: In 2012 alone, AWBW worked with over 380 trained children's leaders and 502 trained women's leaders providing art workshops in 219 domestic violence programs in thirty states.

Programs: By providing an environment that promotes healing, art workshops help
women and children to develop a renewed sense of hope and possibility
that profoundly impacts future decisions regarding the direction of
their lives, their relationships, and how to stay safe. Art empowers survivors to transform how they view themselves, allowing them to see past the abusive messages they learned from their batterers and rebuild their self-confidence.

A Window Between Worlds is a non-profit organization dedicated to using art to help end domestic violence. Through creative expression, battered women and children recover a sense of renewal and power. Their images of hope, survival and strength educate the public and become "a window between worlds" for survivors taking steps to change their lives.

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I'm not only a volunteer but have also been a client served. I have worked with A Window Between Worlds for over 10 years and have never been more impressed with any other nonprofit organization. It is no doubt due to the talent commitment and efficiency that permeates this organization that they ... more »
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I dont think there is enough room in this little box for me to explain what a wonderful orginazation A Window Between Worlds is. This orginazation gave me "ME" back, if that makes any sense, they helped me in opening up about stuff i wanted to keep bottled up and hidden. Windows helpd open a door i ... more »
I began volunteering at AWBW in 2010 because of a small blurb i came across on the internet. From the first time i stepped into the office, the warm, positive and ambitious nature of the AWBW staff surrounded and inspired me. I was amazed by how such a small staff of less than a dozen individuals ... more »
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