Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women, Inc.

aka MCBW   |   St. Paul, MN   |  www.mcbw.org

Mission

The mission of the Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women is to provide a voice for battered women and member programs; challenge systems and institutions so they respond more effectively to the needs of battered women and their children; promote social change; and support, educate, and connect member programs. Our vision is to end violence against women and children and to achieve social justice for all.

Ruling year info

1980

Principal Officer

Cyndi Cook

Main address

60 East Plato Blvd. Suite 130

St. Paul, MN 55107

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EIN

41-1381433

NTEE code info

Family Violence Shelters and Services (P43)

Women's Rights (R24)

Spouse Abuse, Prevention of (I71)

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MCBW provides training and technical assistance to battered women's programs, youth and children's programs, and other organizations throughout the state; and organizes at the statewide level to end domestic violence through legislative and public policy advocacy, systems change, media and public awareness advocacy, and through special projects. MCBW also provides crisis referrals for battered women and displays on a statewide and national basis the Clothesline Project, an art display of t-shirts which commemorates the women and children murdered in MN as a result of domestic violence and releases the annual Femicide Report, a report on the women and children murdered in Minnesota each year as a result of domestic violence.

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Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 05/04/2012
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Connie Moore

Alexandra House

Connie Moore

Alexandra House

Thi Synavone

Southwest Crisis Center

Ann Moore

Domestic Abuse Project

Lauren Pilnick

No Affiliation

Lisa Hamilton

Advocates Against Domestic Abuse