Domestic Violence Awareness and Ms. Molly
Year Round ResponsibilityWhile Domestic Violence Awareness Month is important, providing affected families with a safe and healthy environment is a year-round community responsibility. That’s why the Ms. Molly Foundation is reaching out to community-minded individuals and groups across the country to ask for support. With donations and volunteer efforts from people like you, the Ms. Molly Foundation has the power to help millions of victims take back control of their lives and the well-being of their families. One donation can do many things:
- Empower victims who've lost hope.
- Help children understand the definition of a healthy family.
- Stop the cycle of family violence.
- Help to end domestic violence in one generation.
Domestic Violence Awareness MonthOctober is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Every year, Molly Maid spearheads their annual “Making a Difference Drive” to support victims of this intolerable crime. Local Molly Maid offices collect funds and personal care items to donate to local community safe houses and agencies. The efforts of and donations by Molly Maid franchise owners, loyal customers, vendor partners and Home Office team support refuge and relief for domestic violence victims and their families. On top of that, many of our franchise owners donate a portion of every house cleaning to the foundation. Those monies are donated back to their local communities.
Did you know…Signs of Abuse
- Isolates you from others
- Blames others for their problems
- Gets upset easily
- Controlling behavior
- Explains how you’re always wrong
- Speaks disrespectfully of women
- Says hurtful things to you
- Expects you to be perfect
- Threatens you
- Cruel to children and/or animals
- Inappropriate sexual requests
#NoMoreThe Ms. Molly Foundation is a proud ally and supporter of NO MORE, an organization that hopes to put an end to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.
NO MORE is a unifying symbol and movement to raise public awareness and engage bystanders around ending domestic violence and sexual assault. Launched in March 2013 by a coalition of leading advocacy groups, service providers, the U.S. Department of Justice and major corporations, NO MORE is supported by hundreds of national and local groups and by thousands of individuals, organizations, universities, and communities who are using its signature blue symbol to increase visibility for domestic violence and sexual assault.