MAKE A DIFFERENCE . . . PLEASE DONATE TODAY
GCADV is part of the Allstate Foundation’s Purple Purse Challenge! Now through October 25, 2016, please make all donations using the Purple Purse icon.
Help us to continue our work of improving domestic violence prevention and intervention efforts in Georgia. Now through October 25, 2016 click here to make a donation. Any amount helps. Thank you for your support and generosity!
Donate through PayPal
These funds go directly to GCADV and help us fund our organization. Click on the button below to donate.
If you prefer to mail us a donation, please make your check or money order out to Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence and send it to:
Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence
114 New Street, Suite B
Decatur, GA 30030
Donate through Community Health Charities
Community Health Charities partners with nearly 1,600 reputable businesses who make corporate giving a priority. Employees at these organizations can target their donations to specific nonprofits such as the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence. To donate, click here to view a list of participating corporations. GCADV’s Combined Federal Campaign code is 45871.
Shop at AmazonSmile
Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence whenever you shop on AmazonSmile.
Shop through iGive
GCADV has partnered with iGive to give members and individuals an easy way to donate. Click on the link above and a portion of any online purchase (and product searches) will be donated directly to GCADV.
Donating your used cell phones to GCADV helps fund our projects and initiatives. You can start a cell phone drive at your workplace, gym or place of worship. Click on the link above to learn more about starting a cell phone drive or donating your used phone.
Donate Furniture, Clothes, Toiletries and Household Goods
GCADV does not accept these items, but if you would like to donate any in-kind items to a shelter or community-based program, please contact your local domestic violence program.