Home should be a place of love, peace and acceptance. In a home devastated by domestic violence, survivors and their children worry about their safety, security and wellbeing. Please join GCADV in ending domestic violence and creating a better world.
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When you support GCADV you give the gift of hope.GCADV is a 501 (c) (3) – your donation is tax deductible.
Make a donation through Pay Pal
These funds go directly to GCADV and help us fund our organization. Click on the button below to donate.
Make a Donation By Check or Money Order
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 114 New Street, Suite B, Decatur, GA 30030.
Make a donation 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.
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Shop through iGive
GCADV has partnered with iGive to give members and individuals an easy way to donate. Click on the button below 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.