Between the COVID-19 outbreak and recent instances of police brutality against BIPOC (Black Indigenous People of Color), the past few months have demonstrated the systems of power and injustice that plague our nation and our community. As a social justice organization, breaking down these systems of power and injustice are core to our anti-violence work. We believe that these systems, rooted in inequity, are a key factor to why survivors of domestic violence lack the resources and economic opportunity to find safety. As a vital resource for low-income survivors in Boulder and Broomfield counties, now is a crucial time to ensure we continue to provide safe shelter, legal advocacy, transitional housing, and counseling services to our community. SPAN largely works to support survivors by advocating to dismantle oppressive systems that perpetuate violence. We need your help to continue that work. In 40 years, SPAN has supported over 330,000 survivors of domestic violence. Your donation provides safe haven for survivors and their children; a safe place to live, a friendly voice to talk to, and so much more. Please join us as we come together to support individuals and children experiencing abuse during this difficult time. Together, we can make a difference.