Support White Mathilda Centers Against Domestic Violence
At White Mathilda we deal with stalking, mobbing, sexual abuse, battery, psychological abuse, bullying, homophobia and gender-based violence, by guaranteeing psychological and legal assistance and support to all individuals, regardless of age, sex, race, religion, ideology and social class.
Every day of the year White Mathilda is committed to helping women in need, victims of violent men who believe possession is a form of love, who are unable to accept being left and who are blind to their own wrongdoing.
We receive victims who are lost, afraid or even terrified.
In their eyes we read fear, loneliness, despair, shame, resignation.
Every day we are motivated to help these people to erase these feelings from their eyes and their soul, or at least to alleviate their suffering.
Unfortunately this is not enough. We are lacking resources needed to continue our mission.
Here at White Mathilda we have a great dream. We want to finish building our home for victims of violence, a place where women and children can finally feel protected and put a safe distance between them and the violent men who are waiting for them at home.
Your support will help to strengthen our Mission and nurture our Dream.
White Mathilda aims to keep making a difference and - with your support - continue doing our good work.
White Mathilda’s main objective is to help women who have been victims of abuse learn to recognize their resources and gain back their self-worth and personal integrity.
Our organization has always been on the front line in fighting feminicide, not only by promoting prevention, but in the synergies we have created over the years with law enforcement authorities and public services.
In the words of our founder, "the people who come to our help desk are lost, fearful, terrorized individuals; in their eyes we can read their feelings of fear, isolation, desperation, embarrassment, and resignation. Erasing these harsh feelings from their eyes and souls, as well as alleviating their suffering: these are the things that motivate me to help these people. I am increasingly convinced that those who have been 'on the front lines' of life know all too well the meaning of the words 'fear' and 'desperation' and can thus better understand and support the needy who come to ask for help."
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