The National Network to End Domestic Violence’s Independence Project is back open for the new year! This unique microloan program supports survivors as they improve their credit scores (often damaged as a result of financial abuse) and move toward safe, stable lives.

The Independence Project, a credit building program of The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), was established in partnership with Verizon and with seed funding from Thirty-One Gifts, and is supported in part by generous funding from The Allstate Foundation.

Through the Independence Project, advocates and local domestic violence programs across the nation can support survivors of domestic violence in improving their credit scores through micro-lending.

Loan Qualifications:

  1. Be a survivor of domestic violence
  2. Meet with a domestic violence advocate 3 times

Learn more and apply today:

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