September 28, 2012
As a survivor of domestic violence in my youth, I can say with absolute confidence that the work done at inMotion, Inc. in service of New York City is critical to the city's continued success in preventing and prosecuting Violence Against Women in the five boroughs. My experience with inMotion, Inc. began during their last annual Story-by-Story fundraiser. I was looking for a way to promote my Miss America platform, as a local titleholder living in the city. What I got in return was so much more than what I bargained for...I had the pleasure of interning in the events department, working on the Spring Photography Auction and Fundraiser. After working behind the scenes for months, I became familiar with the day-to-day business of inMotion. It's not just the amount of cases they handle which make their record impressive; it's the demeanor of the counselors and staff that make inMotion a force to be reckoned with across non-profit and for-profit sectors. InMotion is a not-for-profit organization, only attracting, much to its credit, a staff of individuals who place the amount of care given to each client as a top priority. InMotion operates with great attention and sensitivity to every case that comes their way. This organization operates on the desire to have nothing short of the best resolutions and provided care for women and children in need. InMotion, Inc. is a champion for change in a political and social climate where there are demands for continued progress for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Its approach is multi-cultural and considers the VAST spectrum of issues compounding DV & SA in immigrant and underprivileged populations throughout NYC--they are a model for others around the states to follow. In short, every aspect of inMotion, Inc. from work ethic to the level of passion exhibited by all inMotion staff consistently rivals that of other organizations (for- and not-for-profit alike) who seek to provide similar services.
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