I get what you are saying about that stupid ignorant ass of a judge but the Domestic Violence Victims need the help. Yes he should be booted out but pls still donate it's for the victims...... NOT for that IDIOT! I was a battered victim & SNFBW was there for me.
No more donations for this organization until rapist enabler Aaron Persky is OFF the board.
Aaron Persky is a blemish on this very important organization. DUMP HIM NOW!!!!!
Serving on the exec board is a judge who gave a lenient sentence to a CONVICTED RAPIST that just so happens went to his alma mater. Do not support this organization with a committee member like that on board. You can't believe anything they stand for if this is what they value! Rapist over rape victims!!!
Aaron Persky if you are in fact s board member you should be tossed out on your ear immediately
Social media will focus on bringing your no -profit organization to their knees in the public eyes
I have been volunteering for SNBW for almost 3 years. They are a superb organization that is extremely client oriented. They offer the full spectrum of Domestic Violence services. What is special about this organization is that they offer these service seamlessly to the clients. For example, when a client is transferred from the crisis line to the shelter or legal advocates, it is done so in a very sensitive manner with as little disruption to the client as possible. Often the same case manager stays with the client from the beginning to the end of the services being offered. Also, the volunteer program is extremely well run. Volunteers are given all of the training and communication necessary to perform their task. I would definitely recommend volunteering for this worthwhile organization.
The Support Network for Battered Women does amazing work. They do their best to get out to community events ensuring that the public knows they have services available. I don't know of any other Domestic Violence organization that has a 24/7 toll free number, a shelter, sliding scale counseling, a teen program working with high schools and a La Familia program that works directly with the hispanic community.
My service to the Support Network attests to my knowledge of and commitment to this outstanding agency. For over 12 years I have volunteered 50+ hours a week in a variety of departments, from fundraising to the hotline, community education and beyond. The staff and volunteers at the Support Network are passionate about our clients and the cause. Overworked and underpaid, everyone does more than his or her share to ensure that the community knows of our services and is able to utilize these services.
This organization provides extremely valuable support for victims of domestic violence, mostly women and young children. The organization has a 24 hr. toll free crisis line, an emergency shelter, and provides counseling, legal assistance, education and many other services to victims. The services are provided by a combination of staff (employees) and volunteers. The staff and volunteers are the best in their field, and work around the clock to provide help to people who are often in a very desperate situation.