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Every donation makes a difference in the lives of thousands of victims, survivors and their families. Make Donation


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1 month rent or security to help a victim and their family move into a safe new home

1 semester of training in middle school and high schools on dating violence prevention education

7-hour skill building training for 50+ counselors on trauma informed, culturally responsive services for victims


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Three months of art therapy and support groups for women and children experiencing domestic violence

Moving costs for a family to relocate – movers or airfare.

Printing costs for police training on effective response protocols for domestic violence calls


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One month of service for our toll-free crisis hotline

Coloring books for a year for our Hands our Not for Hurting program that teaches preschool children non-violent behaviors.

Bus fare to relocate a family in crisis to a safe shelter out of our county.


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One-night hotel/safe house stay for a victim fleeing a crisis

Lock change for a victim on their home to keep an offender out

Three hours of court accompaniment


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Training materials required for a hotline counselor to become certified as a counselor

Groceries for a family for a week

Online vocational testing for a victim seeking employment and resume development


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Gas cards or bus pass for a victim to get to and from court

Resume printing or transportation to a job interview

Monthly parking for a volunteer advocate at the court house providing accompaniment

Assistance with child care for a victim while they are in court

Other Ways to Donate

United Way:

Donate to us through the United Way (Donor Option 00433)

Thrift Shop:

Donate items to our Thrift Shop