The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Give to GCADV on Georgia Gives Day, December 6!

Posted on: 12.04.12

Legislative advocacy for laws and policies that enhance safety and promote justice for domestic violence victims and their children.  Training that builds the capacity of service providers and their communities to help victims in crisis and as they rebuild their lives, as well as hold accountable those who use violence.  Public education that raises the profile of the issue and seeks to help every Georgian understand the part they play in ending domestic violence.

These are just a few of the ways the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (GCADV) works to carry out its mission.  But we could not do this work without the financial support of allies like you.

This Thursday, December 6, we ask you to help us on this mission by giving to GCADV as a part of Georgia Gives Day.  You can visit GCADV’s giving page by clicking HERE.

Georgia Gives Day is a 24-hour, statewide giving event with the purpose of bringing the state together as one community, to raise as much money and awareness as possible for Georgia nonprofits.  Visit http://gagivesday.org for more information.

100% of your donation will go directly to GCADV to help us continue to serve as Georgia’s only statewide advocacy organization working to address domestic violence.  No gift is too small, and all gifts are tax-deductible.

Thank you for your support!

Also, check out this great public service announcement to see the difference your “click” can make!

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