Support hope and unity on Giving Tuesday

Dear friends,
This year has punctuated the highs and lows of hope and hardship. The pandemic and its collateral impacts continue to weigh on survivors of gender-based violence, Latin@ communities, and our staff. Our Family Advocacy program alone provided emergency shelter to 65 people, including thirteen children and youth, supported 984 people from 227 households through community advocacy, and responded to 1,595 crisis calls.
We also experienced rays of hope, one example being the launch of our new name and website. ‘Esperanza United’ better embodies our vision, mission, and approach bringing together our Minnesota-based services and national work into one cohesive, comprehensive organization.
As we look forward, we invite renewed hope and thriving for survivors of gender-based violence and their children and Latin@ families. If you are able to, please help us affirm our communities’ strengths and dreams. Every gift is appreciated.
We wish you and your loved one’s warmth and peace.
With deep gratitude,
Esperanza United’s staff and board