Indians For Collective Action Gives Narika Seed Money To Build Safe Haven

Indians For Collective Action Gives Narika Seed Money To Build Safe Haven

Indians for Collective Action (ICA) provides seed funding for Narika’s first transitional home in the San Francisco Bay Area

Narika will build first transitional home

Indians for Collective Action (ICA), a non-profit organization committed to empowering communities, is thrilled to announce its partnership with Narika of the Bay Area to provide seed funding for their first Transitional Home (TH) in Alameda County, CA. This collaboration aims to offer a safe haven for survivors of domestic violence and their children, empowering them to rebuild their lives with courage and resilience.

Narika’s Transitional Home is a groundbreaking initiative that will provide a comprehensive housing program to survivors, equipping them with the necessary tools and support to embark on a journey of healing and self-sufficiency. The collaboration between ICA and Narika, along with other seed funders, underscores a shared commitment to addressing the critical issue of domestic violence and its lasting impact on individuals and communities.

A partnership with ICA

Reshma Nigam, Vice President of ICA, expressed her enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, “The Transitional Home established by Narika is an important step in our collective efforts to support survivors of domestic violence. Through this collaboration, we are proud to contribute to the creation of a safe and nurturing environment where survivors and their children can rebuild their lives and emerge as strong individuals.

Sanjay Singh, President of Narika says, “With the opening of our first Transitional Home Narika is finally able to fulfill our long-awaited goal of providing a culturally responsive housing program for survivors of domestic violence. We are very grateful to ICA and to all our other seed funders and supporters who have come together to make this happen. It is critical that we continue to build such meaningful collaborations and step up to support survivors in our community.”

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