Soma Bra Donation | July 6th - August 5th | Give Today | Over 983,000 Donated Bras
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July 6th – August 6th

Over 983,000 Donated Bras

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#OneMillionBras
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bra at a Soma boutique today.
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a Bra?
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Soma
Will Give $1

to NNEDV for every bra
donated, up to $10,000

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Help Us Reach
#OneMillionBras

Donate any new or gently worn
bra at a Soma boutique today.

Find a Boutique

Soma
Will Give $1

to NNEDV for every bra
donated, up to $10,000

Make a Contribution

Donating
a Bra?

Tell us @SomaIntimates and
tag a friend to do the same.

Every Bra Has A Story

See how donated bras have made a difference for these real survivors.

Jenny

Already a survivor of domestic violence, Jenny, a mother of four, was walking near her home when she was kidnapped. The stranger sexually assaulted her and left her in a field, unconscious. When she awoke, she was seen at the hospital, and then taken to her local NNEDV shelter.

Her clothes were collected for examination, and that is when she received a bra from the Soma Bra Donation. "It was so beautiful. It was my favorite bra," she says. "It made me think of the women who took the time to donate. There is nothing more powerful than when women come together. We all need each other."

Because of the care she received at the shelter, her attacker was identified and prosecuted. Today, Jenny is looking forward, thanks to her shelter counselor. "She taught me that all women deserve to feel happy, healthy and safe. She is the reason I'm still here today."

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Valerie

At first, Valerie was a happy, optimistic newlywed and new mother. "He put me on a pedestal. Things were great," she says. Little by little though, the adulation gave way to control, and the control, to violence.

One night while at a wedding reception, she was approached by another guest who saw the signs of domestic violence. The woman was a counselor at the local NNEDV shelter, who encouraged her to seek help. Months later, Valerie remembered that conversation and visited the shelter. "I had nothing, not even a bra. No supplies for my daughter. I had to retrain myself to feel beautiful." At the shelter, her counselor delivered the sobering reality. "She told me that if I stayed, my next step was death."

They worked together to develop a plan to leave, and today, Valerie and her daughter are safe. "I am moving forward. I didn't want that to be my story, and I turned my story around."

Close Story
Every Bra Has A Story

See how donated bras have made
a difference for these real survivors.

Jenny

Close Story

Already a survivor of domestic violence, Jenny, a mother of four, was walking near her home when she was kidnapped. The stranger sexually assaulted her and left her in a field, unconscious. When she awoke, she was seen at the hospital, and then taken to her local NNEDV shelter.

Her clothes were collected for examination, and that is when she received a bra from the Soma Bra Donation. "It was so beautiful. It was my favorite bra," she says. "It made me think of the women who took the time to donate. There is nothing more powerful than when women come together. We all need each other."

Because of the care she received at the shelter, her attacker was identified and prosecuted. Today, Jenny is looking forward, thanks to her shelter counselor. "She taught me that all women deserve to feel happy, healthy and safe."

Valerie

Close Story

At first, Valerie was a happy, optimistic newlywed and new mother. "He put me on a pedestal. Things were great," she says. Little by little though, the adulation gave way to control, and the control, to violence.

One night while at a wedding reception, she was approached by another guest who saw the signs of domestic violence. The woman was a counselor at the local NNEDV shelter, who encouraged her to seek help. Months later, Valerie remembered that conversation and visited the shelter. "I had nothing, not even a bra. No supplies for my daughter. I had to retrain myself to feel beautiful." At the shelter, her counselor delivered the sobering reality. "She told me that if I stayed, my next step was death."

They worked together to develop a plan to leave, and today, Valerie and her daughter are safe. "I am moving forward. I didn't want that to be my story, and I turned my story around."

How To Help

Give
Bras

Collect bras now and bring them
to any Soma boutique.

Find a Boutique

Donate
Online

Give to the National Network
to End Domestic Violence by adding
a donation to your soma.com purchase.

Donate Now

Mail
Bras

No Soma boutique near you?
Mail new or gently worn bras to:

Soma Bra Donation Bra Recyclers
3317 S. Higley Rd., Suite 114-441
Gilbert, AZ 85297

How To Help

Give Bras

Collect bras now and bring them
to any Soma boutique.

Find a Boutique

Donate Online

Give to the National Network to End
Domestic Violence by adding a donation
to your soma.com purchase.

Donate Now

Mail Bras

No Soma boutique near you?
Mail new or gently worn bras to:

Soma Bra Donation Bra Recyclers
3317 S. Higley Rd., Suite 114-441
Gilbert, AZ 85297

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Our Partnership Soma and NNEDV - National Network to End Domestic Violence

One in every four women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime. Survivors often arrive at shelters with little more than the clothes on their back and rely on donated items to get back on their feet. Bras are the most needed, yet least donated clothing item for women.

In July 2010, Soma set out on a mission to make a difference in the lives of women in need by collecting new or gently worn bras. In partnership with the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), the bras we collect are distributed to women in need in your local communities.

The National Network to End Domestic Violence is the leading voice for survivors of domestic violence, representing over 2,000 shelter programs throughout the United States.

Learn more at NNEDV.org Find an NNEDV shelter near you
Our Partnership Soma and NNEDV - National Network to End Domestic Violence

One in every four women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime. Survivors often arrive at shelters with little more than the clothes on their back and rely on donated items to get back on their feet. Bras are the most needed, yet least donated clothing item for women.

In July 2010, Soma set out on a mission to make a difference in the lives of women in need by collecting new or gently worn bras. In partnership with the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), the bras we collect are distributed to women in need in your local communities.

The National Network to End Domestic Violence is the leading voice for survivors of domestic violence, representing over 2,000 shelter programs throughout the United States.

Learn more at NNEDV.org Find an NNEDV shelter near you