Jane Seymour Gives #HotlineThanks

Jane Seymour Gives #HotlineThanks

“There are millions and millions [of people] — probably people you know — who are suffering from abuse, and they’re silent. They need help.”
— Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour, Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning actress, is joining the National Domestic Violence Hotline’s #HotlineThanks campaign this November.

Jane is thankful for the services The Hotline has provided to more than 4 million people over the past 20 years. However, she wants you and others to know there are still many people waiting on the lines for help.

“Nothing could be more important than to support this organization,” Jane said. “There are millions and millions [of people] — probably people you know — who are suffering from abuse, and they’re silent. They need help and they need to come to The Hotline.”

“The more money we can give The Hotline, the more people can be helped,” Jane added. “There are so many [people] calling The Hotline and not getting through who really need help now. So please, please do what you can. [Help] save lives, save people, maybe people you know.”

Please help The Hotline answer these calls by making a gift today.

Thank you!

P.S. During the month of November, survivors and supporters — including Troy Vincent, Christi Paul and Brian Boitano — are telling us why they are thankful for the resources The Hotline provides to survivors. Follow The Hotline on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to see their stories as they are posted!

Don’t forget to share why you’re thankful by using the hashtag #HotlineThanks

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  1. [Admin note: This comment has been edited for safety per our community guidelines]

    I need to speak to someone regarding domestic abuse. My family tells me I’ve got PTSD. I might also have agoraphobia. I can’t even leave to go to doctors. I was held for 3 days beaten. No sleep .left after he choked me with a computer cord while police took him I left…..

    1. Hi lavon,

      This sounds like a very scary situation, and we’re so sorry to hear that you’re experiencing this abuse. We’d like to help in any way we can. Please call us at 1-800-799-7233 any time, or you can chat here on our website from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. Central time.

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