Shelter Helping Victims of Domestic Violence Could Lose Funding Due to Shutdown

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Thanks to a reader for sending from WAMU:

“While this is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Congressional gridlock may lead to vital funding cuts for the only shelter in the city that helps families right after domestic violence is reported.

Otero says D.C. Safe needs to raise $19,000 this week to keep its doors open. You can make a donation on their website at DCSafe.org.”

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