"Domestic Violence is a growing epidemic with tragic consequences" - Debra Nixon-Bowles
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) July 15, 2013
Debra Nixon-Bowles founder of the nonprofit organization Women Called Moses fights a never ending battle to protect domestic violence victims and their children. "Domestic violence is a growing epidemic with tragic consequences," says Bowles. As the calls and e-mails pour in from victims who are trying to leave their abusers, the organization has taken measures to rally a team together to help bring more awareness about this increasing problem. "There's only so much my agency can handle and by the grace of God, some of our city's notables have partnered up with my agency to get the word out."
Ms. Bowles has built strong alliances with Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, Dallas Mavericks President Donnie Nelson, Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr through his foundation The Carr Cares Foundation, Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl champion Chris Johnson and Attorney Justin Martin of Godsey Martin, P.C. Since the partnerships, WCM have saturated the Dallas market by participating in rallies, like the Dallas Men Against Abuse, joint fundraising events with local designers, NFL players youth speaker series and camps and celebrity sports events to drive awareness in throughout the community. In the upcoming weeks, Women Called Moses will participate in panel discussions with Mayor Rawlings, local churches and visiting cities in other markets that have requested our participation.
Awareness is only half of our battle, the other component to our service is helping the victims. Without contributions to aid in transitional services, we are only able to do so much. If you would like to make a tax deductible donation, please visit our website and click the donate button.
About Women Called Moses:
Women Called Moses Coalition and Outreach, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization primarily created to provide a secure shelter for battered women and their children. Our organization is committed to increase awareness about the growing problem of domestic violence in the Dallas/Ft Worth Metroplex. Our energy is directed toward fostering support services for these innocent victims of spousal and child abuse. Women Called Moses, Inc. will provide shelter, educational and job skill training at no cost to the families, for we believe that having stability and access to life’s basic necessities will improve their self-esteem and help move them along the road to independence.