Partners and Allies

Unchained At Last is proud to count these worthy entities and individuals among its partners and  allies:

  • Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center, based in Portland, Ore., which supports  abused American women and children in countries around the world
  • Deborah Feldman, author of Unorthodox: The Scandalous Rejection of My Hasidic Roots (Simon and Schuster,  February 2012)
  • F.E.G.S. Health and Human Services System, based in New York City, which provides a diverse network of cost-effective health and human services
  • Footsteps, a New York City-based organization that helps those seeking to enter or explore the world beyond the insular, ultra-religious environments in which they were raised
  • Gangashakti, a grassroots organization working to end forced marriage in the US
  • Girls Not Brides, a global partnership to end child marriage
  • The Good People Fund, a New Jersey-based nonprofit that provides financial support, guidance and mentoring to charitable activities undertaken by “good people”
  • Guston & Guston, LLP, a law firm based in Bergen County, New Jersey, that handles issues including adoption, family law, elder law, small business law and tax-exempt organization law
  • inMotion, a New York City-based nonprofit that provides free matrimonial, family and immigration legal services to low-income women
  • Milla Project, a nonprofit based in New Haven, Conn., that helps women and children fleeing gender-based violence in America and the Middle East
  • PresenTense, based in Jerusalem, which fosters innovation in the Jewish community
  • Pro Bono Partnership, which provides pro bono business legal services to nonprofits in the New York Tri-State area
  • Tahirih Justice Center, based in Washington, D.C., which protects immigrant women and girls seeking justice in the US from gender-based violence
  • Thypin Oltchick Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship, which matches entrepreneurs in the Greater New York area with reliable experts and services for their business needs
  • UJA-Federation‘s Task Force on Family Violence, which functions as the New York Jewish community’s think tank on issues related to violence in the family