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at eagles wings sanctuary,

We Empower Survivors of Domestic Violence

Through intervention and prevention services.

What We Do

Eagles Wings Sanctuary is a faith-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We offer support services to women and their children whose lives have been affected by Domestic Violence. Our services and programs promote safety, advocacy, compassion, connection, and independence. Click here to learn more about our organization and how you can help.

How We Do It

EWS IS COMMITTED TO:

  • Encouraging women

  • Affirming all who enter our doors

  • Guiding women through the journey of healing

  • Loving unconditionally

  • Empowering survivors of abuse

  • Serving the women and children under our care

​All of the services and programs available at Eagles Wings Sanctuary are free and confidential to survivors of Domestic Violence. As a non-profit organization, we rely on the support of individuals, churches, businesses, civil organizations, and others to accomplish our mission.

Felicia Woods

Meet The Founder

Inspired by her passion for women and children suffering from abusive relationships Felicia Woods started Eagles Wings Sanctuary to offer non-residential support services to survivors of domestic violence and their children who don’t need shelter but are in need of mental and emotional support. Felicia saw the need in the central Florida area for more resources to empower these women with the tools needed to escape their current situation.

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Volunteer With Eagles Wings

Eagles Wings Sanctuary is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and all donations and gifts are tax-deductible. We receive donations in a variety of forms, from monetary gifts to volunteering time. We encourage you to take a look at the opportunities below as you consider what your role will be in helping those affected by domestic violence.

What is Domestic Violence?

Abuse occurs when batters believe that they have the right to control their partners. An abuser may use physical or sexual violence, emotional hurt, economic, and psychological actions and/or threats to gain control over their partner through fear and intimidation. Domestic abuse happens in every part of the community to women of every race, ethnicity, class, age, ability or disability, education level and religion. Make the commitment and join us in the fight to end domestic violence and make every home a safe home. There are many ways in which you can be a part of our mission.

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Stay Connected

Follow along on Facebook (@theeagleswingssanctuary) so you can stay up to date as we work together to continue to empower survivors of domestic violence, how you can get involved or get help, and success stories.

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