WHO WE ARE

Let’s change the statistics.

45, 000 youth

We have served over 3,500 survivors of domestic violence and 45,000 youth worldwide.

1 in 4 women

1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men (age 18+) in the U.S. have experienced domestic violence in their lifetimes.

1.5M students

1.5 million high school students nationwide experience physical abuse from a dating partner annually.

“Having received my own first set of black eyes at the tender age of 14, I felt it was only right to reach back and grab those who are pushing their way forward.”

— Alma G. Davis

The Alma Domestic Violence Foundation, formerly Alma G. Davis Foundation, was founded in 2005 by Alma G. Davis as a result of her own personal trials and triumphs with domestic violence.

“Having received my own first set of black eyes at the tender age of 14, I felt it was only right to reach back and grab those who are pushing their way forward,” says founder Alma G. Davis.

Now a respected businesswoman and community leader, Davis has made it her passion to uplift women and teen survivors.

Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, the foundation serves thousands of victims at 64 facilities across the state. Alma is a safe haven for all–ready to save and assist in the rebuilding process to ensure victims can be survivors.