Contribute to Felicia Chew Community Projects, and help end systemic domestic abuse!

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On December 17, 2018, my 11 year old son attempted to kill himself.  My son has been involved with the Court system since age 5.  Today, my son is age 13, and we are still involved with the Court system.  It is exhausting, traumatizing, and re-traumatizing.  We don’t want anyone else to go through what we went through.

1 out of 4 women and 1 out of 7 men experience domestic abuse.

My name is Felicia Chew.  I am an English teacher of 20+ years, working on bridging the gaps that are regularly found in services that “work for most people, but not for those who are unable to access the services due to unique, personal situations,” including trauma.  I am working to help end systemic domestic abuse.

Make a contribution! Click here to help end the cycle of systemic domestic abuse.  Let us support teens, tweens, victims and survivors of domestic abuse, and help build a stronger community!

What IS systemic domestic abuse?

Systemic domestic violence is domestic abuse that occurs due to the system.  This includes policies and programs that exist (or don’t exist), that perpetuate the cycle of domestic abuse.

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For example, when people are in crisis mode, they revert to basic human survival needs : fight, flight, or freeze.  Many individuals are in survival mode, due to current policies and programs that exist (or don’t exist).  Most notably, individuals lack empathy and empowerment.

The Tucson Quilt Project and Tucson Zines empower community members to speak up.  Many teens and tweens do not have a venue, nor encouragement to write what is on their minds and hearts.  The Tucson Zines is working to collect “prize money” for teens and tweens to share their best writings.  The Tucson Quilt Project allows all community members to share their voices, from their perspectives including messages like: “Don’t touch my hair!”

Make a contribution! Click here to help end systemic domestic abuse.  Let us support teens, tweens, victims and survivors of domestic abuse, and help build a stronger community!

The Domestic Violence Support Services works directly with victims and survivors to connect them to existing resources, and to bridge existing gaps (such as childcare so a victim or survivor can attend Court hearings, and victim advocate services to civil cases).

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Won’t you support our mission to help end systemic domestic abuse, by empowering individuals to speak up, and creating empathy in our community?  Won’t you make a donation to Felicia Chew Community Projects?

Make a contribution! Click here to help end systemic domestic abuse.  Let us support teens, tweens, victims and survivors of domestic abuse, and help build a stronger community!

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Paying by check or cash? Our mailing address is:

Felicia Chew Community Projects

917 E. Pastime Road, Tucson, AZ 85719

Paying with a credit card?  Please click here.

Have a question?  Contact us at 520.909.3888 (text or leave a voicemail), feliciachewcommunityprojects@gmail.com, or use our Contact Form

Make a contribution! Click here to help end systemic domestic abuse.  Let us support teens, tweens, victims and survivors of domestic abuse, and help build a stronger community!

Your financial support goes to one or more of the following:

You may also schedule a Tucson Quilt Project team building activity for you and your colleagues!

Thank you!  ❤ Felicia

Make a contribution! Click here to help end systemic domestic abuse.  Let us support teens, tweens, victims and survivors of domestic abuse, and help build a stronger community!

For a complete list of projects, designed to help end systemic domestic abuse, through a comprehensive approach that reaches our diverse community, please visit www.feliciachew.com/projects