The focus of Wounded Healer's efforts is to support the achievement of transformational change by working towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
WHI prioritizes the well-being of survivors of violence and includes their insights in efforts to prevent human sexual violence.
Being brave enough to speak up, act, and seek help is admirable. It takes courage to pursue our dreams and be allies to those in need. Wounded Healers use their experiences to help others overcome struggles. This community includes sexual violence survivors, mentors, and advocates committed to healing and support.
Solidarity drives us forward. We believe in uniting perspectives, emotions, goals, and concerns to achieve significant progress. Our challenges aren't unique, but together we can transform.
We value everyone we interact with, including donors, partners, and communities. Diversity is highly valued, and we treat everyone with equal kindness and respect.
We acknowledge that putting an end to violence against women, youth, and children will necessitate the cooperation, encouragement, and dedication of various sectors in our community. We are among the many individuals who advocate against violence. Consequently, our efforts cannot be dissociated from the comprehension and condemnation of sexism, racism, ageism, homophobia, prejudice towards individuals with disabilities, and other types of discrimination.
WOUNDED HEALERS INTERNATIONAL
Mailing Address: PO BOX 2162 South Portland 04116 ME
Wounded Healers International Is a non-profit 501 (c) 3, and all donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. EIN 86-3187355
Wounded Healers Foundation (Kenya) is duly registered as a Non-governmental Organization under the Societies Act of Kenya Cap (108) with registration number 52198
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