Rating: 4 stars   2 reviews

Issues: Crime & Law

Location: P.O. Box 96 Vauxhall NJ 07088 USA

Mission: The mission of the Angel Wings Bridge Foundation is to bridge the gap in services to link abuse victims to resources that will promote prevention, awareness and healing through support, education and spirtuality. Our goal is to make an ongoing and positive impact in our communities through education, empowering victims and diminishing the number of sexual abuse cases that exists in our society.
Results: Presently, AWBF has 3 support groups in progress in Union and Essex counties. The organization is also in pre-production for a documentary entitled, " Without Permission," with New York University Film School. The documentary is bring awareness to our society about the seriousness and growing issues related to sexual abuse.
Target demographics: Women Sexual Abuse Survivors and Victims and Teenaged Girls
Geographic areas served: Union and Essex Counties
Programs: Prevention and Awareness speaking engagements in local communities. Support Groups, Provide Resources
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Rating: 4 stars  

I have had the opportunity to work with the founder of Angel Wings, Sharon Wells. Sharon truly has a passion to assist survivors of sexual abuse. She is very intentional with respect to her plans and how she can find the best ways in which to help the community and those who seek her help. Angel Wings Bridge Foundation is dedicated to its mission and vision.

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Rating: 4 stars  

This non-profit is and will be a Godsend to anyone who has been a victim of sexual abuse. If you need someone to talk to or a place to heal, this is the non-profit.

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