VOW is the Voices Of Women.
We are women who have taken the VOW to raise our voices–to expose and demand justice for the cultural and ideological persecution of women and girls in our own neighborhoods and throughout the world.
We will not remain silent. We will not wait for others to rescue the most vulnerable. Founded for women, by women, VOW speaks for the persecuted voiceless, offers strength for the weak, and hope for the hopeless.
…to help all women and girls in need. VOW’s staff is comprised of women who are Jewish, Christian, and Secularists. VOW strives to continue to add a diverse group of women as staff members for the single purpose of freedom and safety for women and girls worldwide. VOW aids individual women, girls and organizations regardless of their cultural background, ethnicity, faith, or race. VOW welcomes the opportunity to partner and network with organizations worldwide to help women and girl transform their lives from victim to victor. We partner with women of all faiths; our writers and advocates represent diverse ethnicities and belief systems; we partner with feminists, secularists, those who believe in the importance of separation religion and state and others. VOW believes that people from all political backgrounds, religious backgrounds, race, sexual orientation, and nationalities can come together and agree that acid attacks, domestic violence, female genital mutilation, honor violence, forced marriage, human trafficking, sexual assault and rape should never happen. These same people can put their differences aside and unite in fighting the oppression of girls and women around the world.
Regardless of their background and faith, The women of VOW offer compassion, hope, and joy to those who have survived the darkest days of sorrow. We rejoice in a new dawn.
Join us— in our VOW— to speak for the voiceless.
Join us— in our VOW— to seek justice, encourage the oppressed, defend the cause of the fatherless, and plead the case of the widow.
Join us— in our VOW— to transform the lives of women and girls from victims to victors.
Melissa Is An American Woman. Here is her story.
Melissa was abused as a child and then kidnapped and forced into prostitution. Melissa was arrested and went to jail and then went to the Glory house where she started to turn her life around.
Whether you’ve chosen to help an individual woman or girl, a VOW project, or an area needed most, please know the smallest amount helps– as do your prayers and spreading news about VOW to your colleagues, family, friends, and neighbors.
The Second Chance Project
The Second Chance project is helping girls who were abandoned and/or subjected to child marriage and FGM/cutting, to have the opportunity to receive an education and learn essential job kills to become self-sufficient and provide for themselves and their families.
Becoming aware of and informing others about injustices committed– and justice achieved– victims and victors– helps VOW to aid more women and girls in need. Take the first step to learn more about VOW’s women, programs, and the issues that affect them most, by signing up for VOW’s newsletter.
Amina and Sarah Said : Victims of Honor killing View Full Story
Shafilea Ahmed: Victim of Honor killing View Full Story
Mary Shipstone: Victim of Honor killing View Full Story
Fadime Sahindal: Victim of Honor killing View Full Story
Pela Atroshi: Victim of Honor killing View Full Story
Noor Almaleki : Victim of Honor killing View Full Story
Tina Isa: Victim of Honor killing View Full Story
Lauren Mann – Nanny murdered by migrant rapist View Full Story
Monika Rani, who was pregnant with her second child; her husband, Rajesh Arora, 30; and their son, Vansh Kumar View Full Story
Laura Wilson, a 17-year-old single mother, was involved in a fatal love triangle with two Muslim men who both used and rejected her. Two years after becoming involved with one of them, Laura was stabbed with a knife over 40 times and thrown into a canal in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England. While in the water, Laura fought for […]
Samaira Nazir: Victim of Honor killing View Full Story
Shafia sisters Zainab, 19, Sahar, 17, and Geeti, 13, along with Rona Amir Mohammed : Victims of Honor killing View Full Story
Surjit Athwal: Victim of Honor killing View Full Story
On February 12, 2009, Muzammil Hassan murdered and beheaded his wife, Aasiya Hassan, in the building of the company they operated together, the American-Muslim TV venture, Bridges Network Inc. She was killed while her three children were waiting outside in a car, and six days after Aasiya Hassan filed for divorce on February 6, 2009 and […]
Nasrin was stabbed several times by her husband for converting to Christianity. Read More Here.
Tulay Goren: Victim of Honor killing View Full Story
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