National Domestic Violence Hotline Awareness

Limited Brands & The Giving Tree Program

We at The Hotline want to recognize the special holiday campaign led by Limited Brands called The Giving Tree. For over 10 years, Limited Brands, which includes Victoria’s Secret, Pink, Bath & Body Works, La Senza and Henri Bendel, have made the holiday bright for women and children living in domestic violence shelters.

The Giving Tree program provides Limited Brands associates with an opportunity to provide much-needed gifts to children and families at area domestic violence shelters in their local communities. In partnership with The Hotline, Limited Brands connected stores with shelters and programs in their area. Store associates then donated items to either adopt a family or generic viagra online persons in need through local shelters. Since the Giving Tree project began, hundreds of thousands of women and children have been helped as a result of these donations.

Domestic violence programs are especially grateful for the support during the holiday season. One program stated “The clients truly love these gifts. Our ladies have so little and feel so good when they receive these gifts.”

We want to thank Limited Brands for the kindness shown by the home office and all of their associates. The holidays can be a challenging time for those experiencing abuse, but through this special program, many were reminded of the spirit of the season because of this thoughtful generosity.

The Hotline is proud of our 14 year partnership with Limited Brands and thankful for this company’s outstanding commitment to helping end domestic violence.

4 replies
  1. rashmi says:

    my name is Rashmi , i am from india , i came to usa on july 21st 2012 on L2 visa…i have a small daughter ,she is two year old, from the past 6 months i am suffering from sever domestic violence , my husband abuses me and my daughter , beat me , he do all kind of torture to me, he drag me by putting belt around my neck, after beating me like an animal ,through his shoes and belt, he use to put my face inside the pot seat and make me suffocate ,he kick me and hurt me at the wrong female body parts, i dont know what to do, i dont know anyone out here, he doesnt let me go out of the house and neither he let me be friends with anyone…i am totally helpless , dont know anything how to deal with it please help,,,

    • HotlineAdmin_CO says:


      It takes so much courage to tell your story and ask for help.It is important to know that you have rights in this country and that there is help available. If you are able to make any phone calls please call The National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233. The Hotline is available 24 hours a day and advocates can get an interpreter that speaks your language if you feel more comfortable speaking in your own language as well as locate resources in your area.

  2. Autumn says:

    Hello Rashmi,

    I recently relocated back home to Pa from Texas with my three children leaving behind my abusive husband. I am not sure of your resources but in Texas our 8 year old daughter called the police and i had him arrested and pressed charges. This is something that you may want to look into. The state of Texas paid to relocate me and my children. You can possibly go to a domestic abused shelter. Please get out as soon as possible. Even though you have no family here trust and believe that you are NOT alone. There is a community here of people who understand what you are going through! I am praying that you are able to leave as soon as possible. Press charges if you can and leave!

  3. Donna says:

    It is in your best interest to be able to call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233. They can help you with your situation. Believe me there are a lot of people who understand your issues you are going through and they can help you. Namaste!

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