Get Help With Domestic Violence has received no Government or corporate funding and is solely reliant on donations. We need partners to join in the campaign. Here's how your assistance makes our campaign happen.
Get Help uses paid social media advertising to reach tens of thousandsof social media users each month. Partners help us maintain and increase our reach. Our first target is to reach 100,000 social
media users each and every month.
Get Help is working with professional producers to create effective TV-style commercials designed to cause victims, and the families of victims, to get help with domestic violence. These commercials will then be seen by tens, and hopefully hundreds, of thousands of viewers on social media and YouTube.
Get Help has partnered with an expert producer of educational videos. This expertise, combined with input from domestic violence consultants and the latest research, will result in series of educational videos for the benefit of victims, their families, counsellors as well as emergency service personnel and more.
Get Help is developing larger scale film projects. The project currently in development is an adaption of a book, which is a true story of domestic violence survival, called Whose Life is It Anyway? by Deb Thomson.
Once produced, this film with be distributed widely via the internet. Our initial goal is to reach 100,000 people in the first 12 months of release.
Get Help has created two websites. The website you are currently on is growing its suite of resources and will expand to be come one of the world's go-to websites for domestic violence education.
The second website is for the Special Film Project call "Whose Life is it Anyway?". This site provides detailed information about this project and will be launched soon.