Unstoppable You! Unstoppable Me! Unstoppable We!
Thank you for being a part of our Unstoppable You community!
We are all learning to manage life amid COVID19 and we understand it can be challenging. In hopes to reduce the spread of the virus, we've had to adjust to the mandates of shelter in place and social distancing. These changes to life as we once knew it, have left people struggling to cope. Additionally, COVID19 has had a direct impact on other pandemics such as domestic violence, human trafficking, homelessness, suicides, and substance addictions.
Unstoppable You has been working in the trenches by bringing awareness to these issues. Jennifer Foxworthy, CEO of UYM, has been involved in a number of podcasts and virtual interviews sharing information about human trafficking and domestic violence. It's her passion to educate, empower, and equip individuals around the country. Jennifer has had the opportunity to directly help a human trafficking victim in finding the supportive resources needed for safety and relocation. UYM also partnered with several organizations who are on the front lines working and sharing information about sexual assault, intimate partner abuse, and homelessness. Some of these collaborations include the Crisis Intervention Center, YWCA, Law Enforcement, and Interfaith communities just to name a few.
In addition, our most recent Safety and Self-Defense Workshop was held on March 7th in Southern Maryland. This free event helped promote healthy relationships as well as improve situational and self-survival awareness.
You too are making a difference in our Unstoppable You Community by staying connected. We believe everyone plays an active role, whether it's by liking and sharing our posts, subscribing to our social media platforms, praying for us, and/or spreading the word.
If you are interested in doing more, there are many ways to donate, whether monetarily and/or volunteering your time. To learn more about our organization and visit our website click here.
“God is not unjust; he will not forget your work and the love you have shown him as you have helped his people and continue to help them.”
– Hebrews 6:10 (NIV)