Read the Fall/Winter 2013 ASHA newsletter, including coverage of the 2013 annual gala, a message from our president, a review of our ongoing outreach efforts and a very special thank you to the supporters who make our work possible.
Read more coverage of the Gala:
- "A Night of Hope," The Washington Post
- "Rousing Reception for ASHA's gala benefit for victims of domestic abuse," The American Bazaar
- "Educating men is also important: Priya Kulkarni," The American Bazaar
- "ASHA For Women to celebrate 24th anniversary with gala event," The American Bazaar
ASHA featured on NBC news
NBC has chosen ASHA for Women as one of the charities to feature in their program "Twelve Days of Giving"
AAUW's "On the Go" Features ASHA for Women
The American Association of University Women featured a segment on ASHA for Women in November 2013. Board Member Revathi Vikram explains the organization's mission and the cultural issues South Asian domestic violence face when seeking assistance and support.
About ASHA For Women
ASHA means “hope” in several South Asian languages. ASHA for Women, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, dedicates its services to provide community-based, culturally-competent support to South Asian women and their children who have faced domestic violence in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
ASHA for Women was one of the first South Asian domestic violence organizations to be formed in the United States. Founded in 1989, it was created in response to the needs of South Asian women who face language, cultural, and social barriers, and fall through the cracks of the domestic violence service system.
The design of this website was made possible by a generous grant from the Washington Area Women’s Foundation.