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Help Heal Trauma Worldwide

Traumatized.com was created to propel global healing from trauma where information is shared from top experts in a collective library and expert blogs along with a superstore of psychology products, endless resources, and a survivor’s story of healing.

100% of profits from the superstore and donations benefit trauma research, training, treatment, and prevention.

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The website and business is in its infancy. Once the site is self-sustaining, all profits and donations will go to support healing trauma through research, training, treatment, and prevention. The more funding that becomes available, the faster we can grow and help everyone. All spending will be publicly visible.

All Donations are Welcome.

  • Everyone who donates will receive a thank you email.
  • For donations over $25, you will receive a thank you email with a one time special discount code for a future purchase.
  • For donations over $50, you will receive an invitation to be listed on our sponsor page.
  • For donations over $1,000 you will be listed as a bronze level sponsor.
  • For donations over $5,000 you will be listed as a silver level sponsor.
  • For donations over $10,000 you will be listed as a gold level sponsor.
  • For monthly donations over $10, you will receive an ongoing coupon eligible for the length of your donation period.

 

Traumatized is currently an LLC.  Non-profit status is possible, but it may conflict with requirements that are typically set up to prevent board members from being able to personally benefit from the non-profit organization. Since trauma experts will be on the board and may gain funding for their research as well as benefit from the sale of their products in the store, this may conflict with becoming a non-profit.

Traumatized.com is currently in discussion with a lawyer on the best way to move forward while upholding the standards of excellence where experts will maintain control of the company for generations to come while directing where profits will go within the field of trauma.