Be one of the 100 people who make a stand this upcoming year against domestic violence. Your contribution will help to protect those who have suffered violence at the hands of a family member. It may also prevent others from being harmed.
In Carteret County, we need help from PEOPLE for CHANGE – husbands, brothers, fathers, all men who believe domestic violence is a crime. Be part of the solution and make a difference with a charitable donation of $100.
ACT NOW: This campaign runs until Father's Day, June 21, 2020.
Carteret County Domestic Violence Program
The Carteret County Domestic Violence Program helps support happy, healthy, safe, and strong families by helping women, men, and children rebuild their lives. Domestic Violence affects people from all walks of life and you can help stop the cycle.
You Can Help. Your contributions will help build happy, healthy, safe, and strong families here in Carteret County, North Carolina.
You may contact us directly or use our convenient PayPal Donation Buttons to make a monetary contribution. There are no minimums to help and all you do is greatly appreciated.
Monetary Donations & Supplies
Monetary donations and supplies are always welcomed by the Carteret County Domestic Violence Program. See how you can help...
Sponsor Packages for Events
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The Carteret County Domestic Violence Program would like to take this opportunity to thank the SECU Foundation for ongoing support. The SECU Foundation has awarded the Carteret County Domestic Violence Program’s SAFE Shelter with a general-purpose grant in the amount of $100,000.00 for the purpose of providing the shelter with COVID-19 relief and operational support. We are deeply grateful for this gift which will enable us to continue to provide safe shelter and support to victims of domestic violence and their families over the coming months. These funds will help to offset revenue lost due to reduced fund - raising capabilities and the temporary closing and reduced revenues to our thrift store during the pandemic. It is anticipated that the need for services for domestic violence survivors will greatly increase due to the hardships brought about by this pandemic. We are extremely fortunate to have this partnership with the SECU Foundation and grateful to have the ability to maintain the current level of service for our clients.