Regarding COVID-19: Safe Voices is committed to continuing our core advocacy services during this challenging and unpredictable time. Trained advocates remain available on our 24-hour Helpline and through our online chat services.
Your gift is as important now as it has ever been. The survivors we work with already face tremendous challenges in getting safety and support, and our current pandemic has created even greater instability for them and their families.
As one participant in the video above says, "There needs to be people." At Safe Voices, we are here. But without people like you, there could not be people like us. Your donations make it possible for people affected by domestic violence to get the support they need any time, anywhere. Thank you for making your gift today.
When you make your tax-deductible gift to Safe Voices, you’re joining a movement of women and men who stand by victims and survivors of domestic violence, and who believe that, together, we can create lasting social change.
Write a Check
Checks should be made payable to Safe Voices and sent to:
Attn: Development Director
P.O. Box 713
Auburn, ME 04212
Give Through a Donor-Advised Fund
Give directly through DAF Direct here.
Join Our Mug Club
By making a recurring monthly gift, you can grow your giving in a way that fits your budget. A monthly contribution of even $5 or $10 helps sustain our work all year long. All monthly donors automatically join Safe Voices’ Mug Club and are eligible for special updates and benefits.
Designate Your United Way Contributions
If your employer conducts a United Way campaign, you can designate a portion or all of your annual contribution to Safe Voices.
Make a Planned Gift
Your legacy is hope. Safe Voices is honored to accept bequests and other planned gifts such as annuities and trusts.
At Safe Voices, we believe in the ethical stewardship of every gift. We are proud to uphold the Donor Bill of Rights and welcome you to reach out with any questions.
For more information, please contact Victoria Stanton, Director of Development & Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-795-6744 x214.