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N.Y. Station 94.9

The Girls Against Abuse's music was featured on New York's radio station 94.9 ( on the Lyn Twyman show February 15, 2011. The Courage Empowerment show also featured an interview with "Tornado Warning" author Elin Stebbins Waldal

Music producer Jason Brawner and two young artists from the Temecula area, 16 year old Alexis Umathum and 10 year old Robynne French, discussed how they are trying to stop the mistreatment of women through music by helping them to Recognize, Resist and Recover from abusive situations through The Girls Against Abuse charitable musical campaign. They have just released a new Christmas CD “A Season of Hope” which will help raise money for the nonprofit foundation. Robynne also sings “My Name is Christmas” live in the studio during the interview! [Click Here to hear the interview]

"When I heard that song, Angel Tree,  I was crying by the chorus and new it was perfect for Robynne"...Producer Jason Brawner"

​Performer Alexis Umathum talks about
the song she performs on "A Season of Hope
and says, "Its an upbeat, Motown type song
that gets you in the mood for Christmas."

CBS Radio Interview with Jason, Alexis & Robynne 

The Girls Against Abuse Foundation

Congratulations Ryan Valenzuela

On the release of "Victim Card" and a shout out received from iHeart Radio's Dwight Arnold

of Radio 94.5!

‘Victim Card’ will be the lead single on the upcoming Girls Against Abuse Volume 5 album to be released on July 1, 2022!

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A non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization

Tax Id #27-4493637

The primary objectives and purposes of  The Girls Against Abuse Foundation are:

Radio Interview on CBS


If you prefer to donate by check please make checks payable to: The Girls Against Abuse Foundation 41682 Crown Canyon Ct., Murrieta, CA 92562 The Girls Against Abuse Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization (Tax ID # 27-4493637)

  • To help women and youth recognize, resist and recover from abuse and mistreatment.  

  • ​To raise awareness and provide information to the public on the issues of teen and domestic violence.
  • To educate and inform through positive messages in music. 
  • ​To raise funds through musical performances to be donated to established 501(c)3 shelters and to established 501(c)3 organizations that provide services and/or education for victims of abuse.

We are so proud of Cole Criske for making it onto The Voice! He selected Blake Shelton as his coach. Cole has been a long time supporter of The Girls Against Abuse and has performed with us at many of our events. Congratulations Cole!