Isolation and the economic impacts of the pandemic have led to an increase in domestic violence, and demand for shelter space continues to rise. To ensure women escaping violence and abuse have access to safe connectivity, Rogers is tripling support for Women’s Shelters Canada and donating thousands of additional phones and plans to more than 325 shelters and transition houses across Canada.
Bally Basi, Community, Social and Justice Programs Manager for the Prince George and District Elizabeth Fry Society shares the impact of safe connectivity for women escaping violence and abuse.
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