WAYS TO DONATE
Your Tax Deductible Gift Helps Keep Families Safe
1 in every 4 women will experience domestic violence at some point in her life
The demand for domestic violence services continues to grow. We remain steadfast in our commitment to keeping families safe. With your help, we are able to provide survivors and their families not only with safe shelter, but with critical services such as counseling and therapy, and referral assistance to help find housing, daycare and job placement. As always, all our programs and services are provided free of charge to the families we serve.
You can make an immediate difference by making an in-kind or financial contribution today.
Make a secure online donation.
A memorial gift or gift in honor is an appropriate way to remember a special person while at the same time helping others. With Women In Distress, you have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of survivors of domestic violence and their families.
After you have made your contribution in memory or in honor, an acknowledgement letter or email will be sent to the person(s) you designate and a tax receipt will be sent to you. We do not specify the amount of the donation unless you request it.
Corporate giving to Women In Distress of Broward County, Inc. is a profound way for your company to have a tremendous impact on the lives of many women, children and men affected by domestic abuse. Through your corporate philanthropic efforts, you can show your consumers and employees that you care about your community, and more importantly, that you care about helping victims of domestic violence re-build their lives.
LEAVE A LEGACY
We invite you to learn more about our Planned Giving options that will allow you to make a meaningful charitable gift while possibly enhancing you, and your family’s, future financial well-being.
HAL HERMAN CHILDREN’S FUND / CELEBRATION WALL
The Hal Herman Children’s Fund at Women In Distress of Broward County, Inc., supports the smallest survivors of domestic violence.
For many families, finding safe housing after leaving our emergency shelter can be challenging. Donnah’s Fund is there to help assist with essentials like first and last month’s rent, utility deposits, furniture, or items for the children.