Ways to Give
Many people who support Voices Against Violence do so because they know that the services the organization provides are critical to the health and well-being of our community members. From our 24- hour hotline and shelter to court advocacy and educational outreach, Voices Against Violence dedicates every dollar you give to breaking the cycle of Violence. Whatever way you choose to support Voices Against Violence, Your support saves lives. Thank you!
Types of Gifts
Cash – Gifts of cash are often the most convenient way to support Voices Against Violence. Checks may be made payable to Voices Against Violence and sent to PO Box 53, Plymouth, NH 03264
Online Gifts – May be made with debit or credit cards through our secure online giving on our website
Annual Gifts – When you make your annual gift to Voices Against Violence, you help to ensure that victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault receive the services they need to lead positive, healthy lives.
Matching Gifts – More than 10,000 employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match chariable contributions made by their employees, employees’ famiy members, retired employees, and board members. These extra dollars make a big difference for Voices. Please check with your employer to see if your donation can be doubled or even tripled!
In-Kind Gifts – Voices Against Violence welcome in-kind gifts (contribution of goods and services) as home goods, car seats, and gift certificates from area services or stores. Visit the Wishlist on this website for a complete list of priority goods.
Tribute Gifts – You can make a gift in memory or honor of anyone you choose. Tribute gifts can be made annually, in advance of or following a significant life event, or in lieu of flowers.
Life Insurance – Naming Voices as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy is an easy way to ensure the future of the organization without giving away the policy ownership. Check with your insurance company for the proper way to add Voices as a beneficiary.
Wills/Bequests – Did you know that more than 60 percent of US citizens don’t have a will in place to take care of those they love? If you already have a will, a quick phone call to your attorney is all it takes to add a charitable gift that will ensure the future of Voices Against Violence.
* Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Voices Against Violence is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization.
because Voices has been there for me, and I want to make sure they are there for others who need them, too.
because this is where I live, and I feel responsible for my community.
because so many kids don’t have a safe home like my daughter does.
because I know Voices has done so much for friends and neighbors of mine over the years.