No More Tears Inc

Rating: 4.96 stars   24 reviews


10097 Cleary Blvd # 150 Plantation FL 33324 USA


No More Tears is a 501 (C) 3 not-for-profit organization with a focus on helping immigrant women in the United States who are victims of spousal abuse. Many of these women are brought to America via arranged marriages and are scared to speak out against their oppressor due to the ramifications they will face in their home country or for the fear of being sent back. No More Tears works with these women in helping to provide them with legal counsel, financial assistance and psychotherapy. We help with these women in not only wiping away the tears, but also making sure that there are No More Tears!

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South Florida

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I have been a monthly donor for No More Tears since 2011. This is one non-profit organization that I am truly proud to be a part of. The founder Somy Ali works tirelessly around the clock to assist survivors of domestic violence in leading an abuse-free life. She not only provides them with a roof over their heads, but she also ensures that every survivor is equipped with an education and a job in order to lead a self-sufficient life. The level of care and involvement seen at No More Tears is truly unparalleled, and this is in large part due to Somy's self-less devotion to a cause that means the world to her.
No More Tears has saved the lives of 346 adults and 717 children since it's inception in 2006. That amounts to a total of 1063 lives saved, and still counting. Somy needs the help of donors and supporters to continue her life-saving work, so please consider supporting her efforts any which way you can.

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