Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services
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     365 Days of Giving - Be a Friend for Safety & Change by becoming a Monthly Supporter! 
For as little as $1 per day, your monthly gift will allow us to continue the vital work we do, 24 hours a day/7 days a week, at no cost to victims and
survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking and all crime.  Becoming a monthly donor is easy and appreciated.  Your gift, no
matter the size, will have a measurable impact in the lives of hundreds of children and families.  The Center could not provide our life-changing
programs and services without the help from caring individuals like you.

Participation in this program allows
  • Flexibility to have your gift charged to your credit/debit card or deducted from your checking account every month
  • Your monthly donation provides steady and dependable funding for our work to end gender-based violence
  • Updates about our work through the Center’s e-newsletter and invitations to special events however you will not receive any other requests for support
  • Receipt of one tax letter in January summarizing your giving from the prior year, ultimately minimizing mail and unnecessary paper

To join this special group of supporters, please click on subscribe below or click here to make your first gift. 

For more information, please call Tracie McLee, Director of Development at 845-634-3391 or email

Here is how your monthly donation will make an impact:

  • $5 will pay for art supplies like crayons, markers, colored pencils, and painting materials for our Creative Arts Program, helping children as young as 3 years old, heal from trauma and abuse.
  • $10 will pay for materials used to train middle and high school students, as well as college students about gender-based violence prevention. They need flip charts, pens and note cards for active participation.     
  • $20 can provide snacks, diapers and wipes to babies and toddlers coming into our Emergency Residential Shelter.
  • $25 can provide advocates to respond to 2 calls to the Center's 24-hour hotline helping a victim take the first steps to safety and justice.
  • $50 covers phone support for one victim so they can receive support from trained advocates helping them in crisis.
  • $75 can provide therapeutic and supportive services to teenagers who are survivors of Human Trafficking.
  • $100 can provide two (2) comfort kits for rape victims, which are given to victims during a SAFE exam. Victims' clothes are often destroyed or kept for evidence. A kit includes sweatpants, a top, undergarments, slippers, and toiletries.   
  •  $150 will pay for a special victims advocate to help a victim through hotline calls, counseling, advocacy, and hospital and court accompaniment.         
  • $200 covers the cost for two (2) clients to attend an empowerment class or support group, helping them heal and rebuild their lives for a better tomorrow.
  • $250 can provide one-hour of legal consultation from our highly-trained attorneys and legal advocates helping victims navigate the court system, process orders of protections for victims, children and pets as well as offer legal advice and court accompaniment.
  • $500 covers an educational training session to spread awareness about domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.
  • $1,000 helps a family of four transitioning out of our Emergency Residential Shelter move and furnish their own apartment.
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