For the past two years we have been able to keep Adebisi Oluwabodunde Agoro's memory alive while providing the gift of warmth to many of the less privileged children living in Milwaukee's oppressed inner city conditions. With your support hundreds of coats and other winter items have gone out to the children who needed it most. This year we need your support more than ever. With the rapid loss of jobs, resources, housing and school structure the less privileged children are in more need than ever before.
This gofundme page is set up to benefit those who are serviced through The Asha Project. The Asha Project is Wisconsin's only culturally specific African American domestic abuse provider.
The mission of The Asha Project is to help survivors empower themselves. The Asha Project seeks to provide culturally specific programming for the complex issues of domestic violence, sexual abuse and sex trafficking. This complexity is often compounded by problems along racial lines, historical trauma, discrimination, a lack of access to services in the community, and providers' inadequate cultural knowledge of daily issues for victims of abuse residing in the community.
Help us to continue to enrich and help the Milwaukee community by donating to The Asha Project today.
We hope that you can open your hearts to help provide the gifts of warmth and stability to children across Milwaukee’s inner city this giving season. Be well.
Mail or drop-off new winter items to:
The Asha Project
3719 W Center st
Milwaukee, Wi 53210
Att: Adebisi Winter Coat Drive
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