Aspire News App Relaunches With Updates

The Aspire News App could help save lives. The app allows victims of domestic violence and sexual assault to call for help at the touch of a button.  
“I’m thrilled to announce our Aspire News App has been updated and is now ready for download!” says Robin McGraw, Founder of When Georgia Smiled, the foundation that created the app. “We’ve added many more features, functions, and options to this updated version. For the hundreds of thousands of people who have the Aspire News App on your phone, please download the new 2019 version right away.”
Additionally, if someone you know is in an abusive relationship – or if that someone is you – the Help section of the application contains resources for victims of domestic violence.

“If you know of any person who may be in a potentially dangerous relationship, find a safe moment where you can share details of the Aspire News App with him or her,” Robin adds. “It could save your life or the life of a loved one.”
Learn more about the Aspire News App here, and download it on iTunes or GooglePlay.

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