What is 1000 Voices Strong?
1000 Voices Strong is an awareness and fundraising campaign started by La Casa de las Madres. At the heart of the campaign is a video that illustrates the experience and effects of domestic violence. Through the video, we hope to inspire viewers to share its message with their friends, coworkers, family, and neighbors. Additionally, we hope to raise $100,000 to support the services and mission of La Casa de las Madres and engage at least 1000 people through YouTube viewership and financial contributions.
What is La Casa de las Madres?
La Casa de las Madres is a nonprofit organization in San Francisco, California that provides shelter and community-based supportive services to victims of domestic violence of all ages, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You can learn more about La Casa by visiting their main site.
If I donate to 1000 Voices Strong, where does my money go?
Your money goes to support the services and operating costs of La Casa de las Madres, which include confidentially-located emergency shelter, basic needs provision, counseling, support groups, legal aid, and community outreach. Read more about La Casa’s comprehensive continuum of services.
Who made the 1000 Voices Strong video?
Loud Dog, a digital brand agency in San Francisco, created the video with the support of La Casa de las Madres and La Casa’s 35th Anniversary Committee.
Where are the statistics in the video from?
“Three out of four Americans know someone who has been a victim of domestic violence.” This statistic in the video comes from the Allstate Foundation’s National Poll on Domestic Violence, which is available here.