Donations from our individual supporters and organizational partners are essential for CSVANW`s sustainability and effectiveness. Your donation helps make it possible for us to cultivates and strengthens our ability to advocate for the breaking of cycles of violence and creating safer communities.
CSVANW is an award winning organization at the forefront to a dynamic approach to the tribal domestic and sexual violence fields that is demonstrating the most effective, creative and innovative ways to address and prevent the cycle of violence within tribal communities. Across the region, thousands of Native people have mobilized as part of strong networks within the movement to end violence, and are advocating for better response, services and community-led approaches to prevention using strength-based programming.
The approach CSVANW takes is informed by one fundamental value: work to engage tribal communities and community solutions organically through developing meaningful and authentic partnerships and relationships based on respect.
Your support aids not only CSVANW in its mission to stop violence against Native women and children by advocating for social change in our communities, but supports those who counsel, investigate, prosecute, and make or strengthen the laws on tribal land. Please consider donating.
Some of Our Victories
- CSVANW served 2,767 Native Youth. A 309% increase from 2016.
- CSVANW provided professional training to 225 individuals who counsel, investigate, prosecute, and make or strengthen laws and policies on tribal land.
- CSVANW successfully held (5) five major community events: annual Tribal Leaders Summit, annual Native Youth Summit, annual #IWillRunForHer community 5k and 1k kids run, annual Awards Gala and Auction, and our holiday book drive for Native children and families who spent their holidays in Shelters across the region.
Over the years, our collective hard work and advocacy with dedicated partnerships, alliances and tribal leaders has resulted in significant victories on behalf of the public safety of our Native women and children. Some of those are:
- Coordination of the nation’s first ever statewide tribal taskforce addressing trafficking
- Appointment by President Obama to his North American Working Group on Violence Against Indigenous Women and Girls
- Increased funding for tribal domestic violence and sexual assault programs since 1996
- Passage of the tribal provisions addition in the Violence Against Women Act in 2013
- Passage of the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2000
- State and national committee and taskforce appointments
Our Community Champions
- Verizon Wireless HopeLine
- Laguna Development Corporation
- Washington Federal
- US Eagle Federal Credit Union
- Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
- Forms Plus
- Zia Graphics
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