CADV Thanks ANSA McAL for Valuable Donation

The CADV acknowledges the tremendous support of ANSA McAL Group of Companies as they continue to support the work of the Coalition. A state of the art printer and laptop were generously gifted to the organization to be used towards fulfilling CADV’s mission to end Domestic Violence in Trinidad and Tobago.

Evidence shows that crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic and its accompanying restrictions are fertile soil for an exaggerated incidence of domestic violence and abuse. With survivors holding a place of paramount priority at the CADV, the Coalition swiftly transitioned to providing online support for survivors, thus the need for additional technical support. The welcome donation will play a vital role in bolstering the Coalition’s tele and video counselling services as well as our administrative capacity.

If you’re interested in supporting the Coalition as we continue to engage in dynamic and novel ways to serve survivors across the country, please feel free to connect with us via 624-0402 or cadvcommunications@gmail.com or visit our website at https://donate.coalitionagainstdomesticviolence.org/

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