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Can you spot
financial abuse?

This summer, we're partnering with artists in cities across the country to make the invisible weapon of financial abuse visible to all.

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Learn the ways you can help.

One in four women in America will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Whether you are a friend, family relative, or colleague of a domestic violence survivor, or just want to be ready in case it happens to someone you know in the future, there are many ways to make a difference.

Check out this guide to learn more about the issue, and for suggestions on what to say if you think someone is being abused, or an abuser. Download now



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The smallest item can make a big difference. Buying a charm or a pair of socks is just one of the many ways you can help someone affected by domestic violence and financial abuse. Your purchase amount will go to the Purple Purse nonprofit allies and the survivors they serve.

A purple charm.
Purple Purse Charm

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Purple socks.
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Purple Purse does not provide direct help or financial resources to those experiencing domestic violence. This site is not a hotline and is not staffed 24/7. If you are in danger, please call 911. If you are in need of immediate response or local referrals, call a local hotline or the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or TTY 1-800-787-3224.

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