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At Raising Tactical Daughters, we are committed to empowering women and creating a safer world for our daughters. We believe that every woman has the right to take safety into her own hands, and we provide the training and support necessary to make that a reality. But we can't do it alone. We need your help to reach more women and young girls around the country and the world. By giving monthly, you can increase your overall impact and help us fight against domestic violence, abuse, assault, and human trafficking. Your donation, combined with the generosity of many donors just like you, will enable us to train and educate more women and young girls, creating a culture of powerful women who fight back. Together, we can make a real difference in the lives of women and girls everywhere.
Raising Tactical Daughters Donations
Donations to Raising Tactical Daughters will be used to support our programs and initiatives aimed at empowering girls and women with the skills and knowledge to protect themselves and stay safe in any situation. Your contribution will fund our training and education efforts in Situational Awareness, Conflict De-escalation, and non-lethal Self-Defense, as well as our outreach and advocacy work to promote safety and empowerment for all girls and women. With your support, we can create a more just and safe society where everyone can thrive. Thank you for your generosity!
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Raising Tactical Daughters is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization and your donation is tax-deductible within the guidelines of U.S. law. To claim a donation as a deduction on your U.S. taxes, please keep your email donation receipt as your official record. We'll send it to you upon successful completion of your donation.
Name changed to protect Survivor.
Emma had always been a cheerful and outgoing teen until she began to notice a man following her on her way to school. It started with the occasional glimpse of him standing on the opposite side of the street, but soon he was showing up every day, following her every move.
Emma didn't know what to do. She tried to ignore him, but the fear of being followed made her anxious and afraid. She couldn't concentrate in class and didn't want to leave the house. Her parents noticed the change in her behavior and eventually, she opened up to them about the man following her.
Together, they went to the police and filed a report. Emma's parents made sure she was never alone and they took turns walking her to and from school. The police put a restraining order in place, and the man was arrested.
Emma started to feel safe again, but the experience had left a lasting impact on her. She no longer felt comfortable walking alone and was always looking over her shoulder. She started seeing a counselor to help her process the trauma of being stalked.
Despite the fear and anxiety she experienced, Emma refused to let the stalker control her life. She started going to self-defense classes and joined a support group for survivors of stalking. Through this group, she met other survivors who shared their stories and provided a sense of solidarity and comfort.
Emma's experience was a difficult and traumatic one, but it taught her the importance of speaking up and seeking help. She found strength in the support of her family, friends, and the community around her. Today, Emma is a strong advocate for stalking awareness and works to help others who have gone through similar experiences.
Kind words from those who've Donated
"I choose to donate because I felt like I needed to do more to help women and kids. I saw Raising Tactical Daughters on Instagram and immediately felt like this was a sign that I was meant to do more and this was the organization to do it with. "
"This organization speaks to me on many levels. As a survivor of domestic violence both as a young child and personally in my later years, I truly believe this is much needed. They will save so many lives and are helping so many women, and they truly dont know the impact they are having. Thank you for everything your doing."
“I just want to help girls who were like me and didnt feel loved and seeked it from anyone you could. I luckily didnt get into trouble but a lot of girls do, and if i contribute a little to Raising Tactical Daughters then maybe theyll be able to save girls who didnt get so lucky.”
“Absuse, harrassment, stalking is just getting more and more violent by the day. We need organisations like this to fight what we all cant see in areas we are not in. We need to protect our children and our women and I feel strongly that Raising Tactical Daughters is the organization that is going to do that.”
“I was abused emotionally for years before I was first struck. Its not something I wish on anyone and if we can come together, we will save more women an young girls. Donating isnt hard, and even a small amount allows Raising Tactical Daughters to reach more and thats something we all should be doing.”