Resource Help For Domestic Abuse & Domestic Violence Victims
'But whoever has this world's goods, and sees his brother in need, and shuts up his heart from him, how does the love of God abide in him?' I John 3:17
- Jireh-Shalom Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable foundation committed to providing resources for domestic violence intervention and prevention for women and women with children worldwide.
- Jireh-Shalom provides financial and support resources for intervention to women and women w/children victims in domestic violence, and/or abuse. These services will be provided initially in the state of Washington, Oregon, and will be extended to other states. Services will be initiated upon the request of an community based organization, or 501(c)3 non profit organization.
- Jireh-Shalom is engaged in the development of community collaborations and partnerships. Community organizations function as sites that house and support abused women and women w/children.
- Jireh-Shalom provides mentorship development and training. Women will have a mentor. These mentors will be trained, and will provide on-going professional and personal development. They will usually have been victims in domestic violence and/or abuse, and have successfully left the situation of their abusers. Training will be conducted by nationally recognized mentorship organizations and will be offered at the site of the organization.
The Jireh-Shalom Foundation was founded as part of the healing process for me and my family. In my book, Genesis: The DC Sniper Story Untold I advocate strongly for domestic abuse/violence awareness, prevention, and intervention. Genesis is the untold story of two American families whose domestic lives become intertwined from a business relationship to friendship; a friendship that culminates as the epicenter of this country's most notorious spree of relentless killings. Starting in Tacoma, Washington, Genesis provides the missing motive, and documents the first murder of murders that precipitated the DC beltway sniper shootings.
Who We Are
Jireh-Shalom Foundation is a nonprofit organization in Tacoma, Washington, committed to the domestic and economic InPowerMent of children, families, and their communities.
Jireh and Shalom are Hebrew words meaning provision and peace. The need for provision and peace for abused women, and women with children, is overwhelming. Through a collaborative approach and a philosophy of unconditional acceptance, Jireh-Shalom Foundation offers the opportunity for truth and reconciliation to the disenfranchised; to receive forgiveness, help, hope, guidance and encouragement.
Our purpose is to help children, families, and our communities with InPowerMent through transformation, and renewing of their minds.
As a believer in the Trinity, and a survivor, I embrace the challenge. Something of value must come from the trail of tears and shattered lives. Jireh-Shalom Foundation is that something.
This is my passion. This is my legacy to domestic abuse/violence survivors like myself. This may be the last thing I do for healing, education, and domestic InPowerMent of our children, our families, and our community.
ISA FARRINGTON-NICHOLS - FOUNDER, CEO
Ms. Isa Farrington-Nichols is the founder and CEO of Innovative Sound Advice LLC. Innovative Sound Advice LLC is the sound advice for today's companies. Ms Nichols has provided education and training to business owners and managers in many areas, including tax, accounting, financial management, administration, and marketing for 25 years.
Ms. Nichols is the founder of the Jireh-Shalom Foundation, a non-profit charitable foundation providing "InPowerMent" resources for children, families, and communities in domestic violence intervention and prevention worldwide. She is an author and is publishing her first book "Genesis: The Bullet Was Meant For ME, DC Sniper Story Untold", advocating for domestic abuse/violence awareness, prevention, and intervention. "Genesis" is the untold story of two American families whose domestic lives become intertwined - from a business relationship to friendship; a friendship that became the epicenter of this country's most notorious spree of relentless killings. Starting in Tacoma, Washington, Genesis: The Bullet Was Meant For Me is the first murder of murders that precipitated the DC beltway sniper shootings.
Currently, Ms. Nichols is the proud mother of two daughters, and three grand daughters. She currently resides in Tacoma, Washington. She is a Servant Leader who continues to provide leadership, economic development, and financial management to her community. She has co-established the Collaboratorium, a collaboration of organizations and professionals committed to the "InPowerMent" of children, families, and their communities.
TASHERRA L. MARSHALL - CO-FOUNDER
Tasherra L. Marshall is a proud wife, mother, daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, and friend. She is a graduate of Saint Augustine's College earning the degree Bachelor of Science in Sociology. During her studies Tasherra worked as a paraprofessional youth counselor and mentor. In 2005 God sent her the man of her dreams Allen Marshall and today she is married with three children and one godchild. Tasherra is the President and Co-Founder of Jireh-Shalom Foundation. She currently works in North Carolina as a United States Army Officer and is working on her masters degree in Public Administration.
Tasherra believes that God allows people to make mistakes and learn from those mistakes because He will ultimately use them for his glory. If you just wait on Him he will make it worth your while. The key is to let go and let God.
After all you can not tell him what to do anyway. The question is do you really trust Him?
Her current endeavors include being the founder of the Your Peace Program of Jireh-Shalom Foundation and Co-founder with her husband of True Lamb LLC. Your Peace Progam is a "helps" model that provides gift cards to single working mothers for school clothes and supplies.