Know the Signs of Financial Abuse.

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Three ways you can help:

  1. Start your own fundraising page by following that link. Click on that purple box in the bottom right hand corner that says, “Fund raise for this community partner.” Then share your fundraising page with your friends and family through social media and email.
  2. Make a donation to our challenge, beginning at noon on October 2.
  3. Read about Financial Domestic Violence Abuse below and learn the signs, then share them with people you know.


You may be a victim of financial abuse IF:

  • You’re not allowed to work.
  • You’re not allowed to attend college to advance your career.
  • You have to hand over your paycheck or any income generated in your name.
  • You’re not allowed access to bank accounts or cash.
  • You’re not allowed to spend money.
  • You have to show receipts for every penny spent.
  • Large debts are run up in your name.
  • Your partner applies for credit in your name.
  • Your partner refuses to pay bills in your name and ruins your credit.
  • You aren’t paid for working in the family business.
  • You are not allotted money for medicine, food, clothing, or basic necessities.
  • You are given gifts and then expected to give something or do something in return.
  • You are the only one who works, but you have no access to the money.

If you relate to any of this, you could be a victim of financial abuse.

Give our 24/7, free, confidential Hotline a call at 315.797.7740.