S.T.O.P. Barriers to Food & Education! Food Rescue = reduced Food Waste, = Cleaner environment, Ending in ZERO Hunger and Less Pollution from LANDFILLS!

**StandUp To Our Perpetrators** is a Nonprofit Charity 501(c)(3) Approved Tax Deductible Donations (Great news for all donors) We are dedicated to addressing food insecurity, free Online web education, and helping  victims and families of abuse and neglect  Our primary focus includes vital food rescue initiatives and promoting education with a high priority for women, children,  intersex, babies born non male, as these are the the ones who face harsh punishment for reaching out to seek knowledge

These individuals who face significant cultural barriers, including threats of honor killings, for seeking knowledge no longer need to compromise losing their families! By offering online learning opportunities, we ensure that family traditions are respected and preserved, allowing individuals to remain connected to their cultural roots while pursuing education. Our programs aim to gain the support of fathers, brothers, and husbands by demonstrating the benefits of education for their loved ones, fostering a positive shift in attitudes towards schooling.

We also understand the need for culturally sensitive education, which is why we offer female educators for those who prefer women instructors due to cultural or religious reasons. Additionally, our programs are open to all, including busy single parents and hardworking couples who need flexible online learning options.

Beyond education, we provide referral-based assistance for housing, employment, job skills, job searches, and bill payments. Our services also support mental and physical health through therapy and counseling referrals. When funding allows, we offer healing through music, dance, yoga, and aerobics classes, further enriching our community’s support system.

Our mission is to create a safe and nurturing environment where individuals and families can heal and rebuild their

Through our comprehensive programs and unwavering commitment, we aim to break the cycle of poor health caused by food insecurity, homelessness, and inadequate education, while challenging the misconception that abuse is acceptable. Abuse can manifest in many forms, including neglecting proper nutrition, which can lead to life-threatening illnesses and premature death.

WHAT DO WE OFFER?

Our programs offer free food, with the possibility of free delivery on a case-by-case basis, depending on funding availability. There are no restrictions on delivery based on specific conditions or backgrounds. You do not need to have cancer, severe illness, or be over 55 years old to qualify. Similarly, you do not need to come from a minority group or be in extreme poverty. Whether you have double jobs or are working hard to make ends meet, we are here to support you with food supplies as often as possible.

Shelter

Our Support comes in the form of refferals to various programs and services either to our partner charities, when funding is available, we offer Shelter, emergency housing, food drop offs, free educational courses via Web classroom and E-learning, Employment assistance and training, Mental health and fitness programs. We try our best get you the help that you need, to get you back on your feet!

Food

Our mission is to end global hunger, by creating food rescue initiatives, and to create a safe and nurturing sanctuary where the underserved communities including homeless women, single moms and their children can find stability, encouragement, and opportunities for growth. We firmly believe that the underserved deserve a chance at a better future, regardless of their current circumstances.

Remote Web Learning

we are proud to offer web classrooms specifically designed for adult women and children who require extra tutoring. We understand the unique challenges faced by these individuals and have created a supportive and inclusive online learning environment to cater to their needs. Our web classrooms provide a wide range of courses and programs, ensuring that women and children have access to quality education and personalized attention. Through interactive lessons, engaging discussions, and collaborative projects, we aim to empower and inspire learners of all ages. Join us in our web classrooms and embark on an educational journey that is tailored to your specific goals and aspirations.

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MAKING AN IMPACT

We offer a supportive community environment where mutual respect, understanding, and empathy thrive.

At StandUp To Our we are dedicated to providing support and empowerment to homeless women with children who have endured abuse. Our mission is to create a safe and nurturing environment where families can heal and rebuild their lives. Through our comprehensive programs and unwavering commitment, we strive to break the cycle of Domestic Violence, homelessness, job loss due to lack of skills, loss of education due to lack of resources and support, offering hope and a brighter future for those in need.

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BREAKING THE CYCLE:

MALNUROUSHMENT, FOOD INSECURITY GO HAND IN HAND.

We offer a supportive community environment where mutual respect, understanding, and empathy thrive.

None of our work would be possible without the generosity and compassion of our donors, volunteers, and community partners. Their invaluable support enables us to continue providing meaningful assistance and resources to communities  in need.

Food insecurity in San Diego County remains a significant issue, affecting a substantial portion of the population. As of recent reports, approximately 830,000 residents of San Diego County or about 25% are experiencing nutrition insecurity. This includes 214,000 chidren, 170,000 older adults, and 141,000 individuals with disabilities. Significant numbers of white comunities are also food insecure. The impact of food insecurity is especially pronounced among communities of color. For instance, 39% of the hispanic/latino.latina and 37% of the black populations in san diego county face nutrition insecurity.

Transformation starts here

Training

Employment readiness helps to enhance workplace skills to make clients more employable.

Up to 57%

of Child report that domestic violence was the immediate cause of their homelessness.

98%

Employment readiness helps to enhance workplace skills to make clients more employable.

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Employment readiness helps to enhance workplace skills to make clients more employable.

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WHAT WE DO

Empowering Families

By providing refferals and assistance to temporary/ transitional housing, essential resources, and comprehensive support, StandUp To Our Perpetrators empowers homeless women to overcome adversity, gain independence, and become productive members of the community. This leads to a more stable and secure environment for families, contributing to overall community well-being.

Breaking the Cycle of Homelessness

Through our assistance with enrolling into programs that offer life skills training, educational support, and employment assistance, Our Nonprofit Organization helps break the cycle of homelessness among women and children. By enabling them to secure stable employment and housing, the organization contributes to reducing the incidence of homelessness in the community.

Education and Child Development

The organization prioritizes the educational needs of homeless individuals, children, abuse survivors, by providing them with access to quality education, tutoring, and extracurricular activities. By investing in the academic and personal development, Hours of StandUp To Our Perpetrators contributes to nurturing a future generation of educated and empowered individuals.

Volunteer and Donor Engagement

Standup To Our perpetrators actively engages volunteers and donors from the local community, providing them with opportunities to make a tangible difference in the lives of women and children, and other minority groups in need. This engagement fosters a culture of compassion, generosity, and civic involvement, strengthening community ties.