How You Can Help

I know that there will be those who want to do more – to help me and other victims of Domestic Violence recover and grow.  Here are the resources that may help you or someone you know who battles with Abuse.

You can help – today.

Your gift will help another person escape and/or recover from Abuse.  

Thank you  – for being part of the solution!


Prayers and Promises

Prayers and Promises is a Ministry founded by Diana Rasmussen that advocates for Social Change for Domestic Violence Survivors.

 1/3 women and 1/6 men will be affected by Domestic Violence sometime in their lifetime.  It is time we started talking  about it – in our churches, in our schools, and in our government.  Your donations help support this Ministry of Healing as Diana Rasmussen records new music, publishes her new book  SNOW WHITE DARKNESS, Diana also is available to speak to local schools, churches, and businesses about the effects of Domestic Violence.  


YWCA Rock County is a United Way Agency

Serving women and children in Rock County through racial justice, economic empowerment, and eliminating violence.  This is the place where Diana received Shelter and assistance to finally break the cycle of abuse.


The Salvation Army

is more than a red kettle at Christmas. Perhaps you’ve even thrown a few  coins in the bucket.  And although this welcomed symbol appears in your community for just a  short while, its impact extends far beyond the holiday season……….changing lives, one at a  time, every day, all year long.



Secret Angel Ministry LogoSecret Angel Ministry

is a ministry founded to help victims of abuse by providing education about various kinds of abuse and providing outreaches to help abuse victims. You can purchase Secret Angel’s Book, THE WALKING WOUNDED and help women escape from abuse.

Secret Angel Ministry
Secret Angel Ministry





from Verizon gives those affected by Domestic Violence your refurbished phone.   I know I needed one!


The Allstate Foundation helps Domestic Violence

The Allstate Foundation offers grants that provide financial education, job readiness and job training, matched savings, and other financial empowerment tools to help domestic violence survivors build their financial independence and stay free from violence.


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