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ANGELWINGZ FAMILY CRISIS & INTERVENTION CENTER

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OUR
MISSION

AngelWingz Family Crisis & Intervention Center, Inc. (AWFCIC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit providing crisis intervention for victims of domestic violence and human trafficking in Tallahassee, FL and the surrounding Big Bend area.

AngelWingz provides victims and their families with much needed resources designed to enable a safe escape and transition to recovery and rehabilitation.

OUR
STORY

Wendy Strickland was inspired to found AngelWingz after a family member was murdered due to domestic violence. Wendy’s passion is to bring hope and healing to all victims of domestic violence and human trafficking. 

A modern-day Harriet Tubman, Wendy is dedicated to rescuing and restoring freedom to domestic violence and human trafficking victims - one person at a time.

OUR STAFF

WENDY STRICKLAND
[FOUNDER]

AMANDA CORKER
[VICE - PRESIDENT]

JOHN HESS
[TREASURER]

ELLA SALTER
[CHAPLAIN]

CAROLYN LeBEUF
[DEVELOPMENT]

JUDI HENDERSON
[CONSULTANT]

DORIS STRONG
[VOLUNTEER]

DONATE & SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY

Help us with domestic abuse and human trafficking victims in your community by supporting our local efforts. We need your help to continue with our fight to help these victims. Your donation provides necessary resources in our mission to assist victims and their families escape their current situation and begin their recovery and rehabilitation.  

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$20.00
Supply immediate personal needs
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$50.00
Pay for a counseling session
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$100.00
Cover
Monthly Food
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$250.00
Help with Annual Utilities
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$500.00
Pay for one month of  professional services
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$1,000.00
Monthly mortgage payment

GET IN TOUCH TODAY!

Are you or someone you know a victim of domestic abuse or human trafficking? If so, contact AngelWingz Family Crisis & Intervention Center. We can help with formulating a safe escape plan and providing the resources needed to transition to recovery and rehabilitation.

Our mission is to help the survivors and their families while simultaneously educating the public about the reality of this trauma and abuse, so we can end the injustice once and for all.

(850) 422-0040