Giving Tuesday, 2020 – #GiveForDV on December 1 & Throughout December!

#GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. End Abuse is calling on communities across Wisconsin to support domestic violence services by joining us in #GiveForDV on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 and throughout the month of December. Everyone deserves to be safe at home—especially while we are all quarantined. Heightened pandemic stress and uncertainty puts those who experience abuse in their homes at even greater risk of harm and can increase their feelings of fear and loneliness. This Giving Tuesday means more than ever to domestic violence survivors. Join us in raising funds for the services and advocacy survivors need.
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Join #GiveforDV

We invite everyone to support domestic violence direct service programs throughout the state by joining #GiveForDV. Once you’ve made your donation, share with friends and family how you’re supporting those most impacted by COVID-19.

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Support your local program or the state coalition, or consider creating a Facebook fundraiser to raise money for the domestic violence program you choose. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to easily spread awareness about domestic violence and resources available to those seeking safety.

Help is Still Available!

Local domestic violence programs continue to serve victims and survivors. Program staff and advocates have been creative in shifting their approach to direct services and sheltering.

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