4thU Artivists is proud to have raised a total of over $110,000 to date for the following local beneficiaries. Each of them has worked tirelessly to end violence against women and girls. By using entertaining yet meaningful creative events as our vehicle, we are able to reach a wide audience with critical information and messages of hope. Please consider joining us in this fight by donating to our next event.
Center Against Domestic Violence (www.cadvny.org), a groundbreaking organizations that helps prevent teen relationship abuse.
Day One (www.dayoneny.org) partners with youth to end dating abuse and domestic violence.
Girls Educational & Mentoring Services, “GEMS” (www.gems-girls.org) is the only organization in New York State specifically designed to serve girls and young women who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking.
Haitian Women for Haitian Refugees (www.haitianrefugees.org) was founded to respond to the particular need of female Haitian refugees fleeing persecution and violence.
HerJustice (www.herjustice.org) brings together legal professionals and women determined to change their lives.
Men Can Stop Rape (www.mencanstoprape.org) mobilizes men to use their strength for creating cultures free from violence, especially men’s violence against women.
NiteStar, a special project of the Center for Comprehensive Care at St. Lukes Roosevelt Hospital Center which provides important and relevant health information to youth using a non-threatening approach.
RestoreNYC (www.restorenyc.org) serves foreign national survivors of sex trafficking using a holistic, trauma-informed, and culturally sensitive approach.
Safe Horizon (www.safehorizon.org), has long led the way to empower victims of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault and human trafficking, moving them from crisis to confidence.
Sanctuary for Families (www.sanctuaryforfamilies.org), provides survivors and their families with a range of direct services to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of abuse.
Woman Kind (https://www.iamwomankind.org) formerly NYAWC, works with survivors of gender-based violence to rise above trauma and build a path to healing.