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Give $30 and Watch Our Garden Grow

Donate $30 this spring to support NCADV's mission and your name will be added to a flower and planted in our digital garden.

NCADV is the leading national voice of victims and survivors of domestic violence.

"Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds you plant."  
Robert Louis Stevenson

NCADV is encouraging supporters to give $30 this spring as we prepare to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

  1. $30 helps us fund programs, education, and awareness-raising efforts
  2. All donations to NCADV are tax-deductable
  3. Support an organization committed to the creation of a society that has zero tolerance for abusers

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"It's a tough thing to leave your life behind, but it is SO worth it to have a real life back."
Melissa M.

"I couldn't stand on the sidelines anymore. That's why I give."
Joshua M.

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Mineral Fusion is donating $1 per purchase to NCADV for shoppers who buy the Fall Favorites Kit or Sheer Moisture Lip Tint. Mineral Fusion is very proud partners with the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. 

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The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

NCADV is the voice of victims and survivors. 

Learn more about what domestic violence is, what we are doing to bring change in society about domestic violence, and what you can do to support that change.

On the NCADV website you can ...

  1. Learn about domestic violence, how power and control fit into abuse, signs of an abusive partner, why victims stay and how to get help
  2. Get information on how you can raise awareness about domestic violence, what you can do to support change, and give back to the cause
  3. Stay connected to NCADV and our efforts with education, programming, and public policy

We are the catalyst for changing society to have zero tolerance for domestic violence.

We do this by affecting public policy, increasing understanding of the impact of domestic violence, and providing programs and education that drive that change.

Learn More
Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and control perpetrated by one intimate partner against another. Read the statistics and factsget help if you or someone you love needs it, or check out other available resources and organizations.

Get Involved
Raise awareness among others of domestic violence, the voices of survivors, and remember those who were killed by their abuser. Volunteer or partner with NCADV or your state coalitionTake a stand against domestic violence in October and year round. Speak with public policy makers about priorities for domestic violence survivors.

Stay Connected
Become an NCADV member and easily stay up-to-date and current on national public policy initiatives, advocacy strategies, events, news, and more. Attend our next biennial conference (Voices United, October 2016 in Arizona) or an event from our online calendar. Tap into a national network by posting your organization's next job openingSign up to receive our emails. 

Give Back
You can make a difference and support NCADV in a number of ways. Invest in the education, programming, public policy and advocacy we provide by making a donation or becoming a memberHold a collection for used cell phones and donate them. Make a purchase from the NCADV online store, or use your time to raise awareness or volunteer.   

Our vision is to create a culture where domestic violence is not tolerated, where society empowers victims and survivors, and holds abusers accountable.

We need you to help us stand up and speak out for victims and demand zero tolerance for those that abuse.

Giving Tuesday

Give Tuesday, Give Often

Donate on Giving Tuesday or during the holiday season to support programs at NCADV, then pledge to participate in recurring donations on a monthly or quarterly basis!

NCADV is the leading national voice of victims and survivors of domestic violence.  

"A very worthwhile cause." Jennifer R.

This year, Giving Tuesday is just the beginning. NCADV is encouraging supporters to commit to giving on a regular, recurring basis. This makes it easier for many to give. 

  • Splitting a large sum into smaller monthly or quarterly donations makes it more manageable for many household budgets.
  • All donations are tax-deductible, including recurring gifts!
  • Support an organization committed to the creation of a society that has zero tolerance for abusers.

#GivingOften donations will be used towards NCADV's programs focused on survivors and victims:

Cosmetic Reconstructive Support

Remember My Name

Financial Education

"I am a domestic abuse survivor,
and I believe in supporting others who suffer from domestic violence." Susan K.

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Not a Fan

Not a Fan LogoAbout #NotAFan

Together with the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito is the first public official in the country to launch a major campaign against domestic violence in sports. A lifelong advocate against domestic violence, Mark-Viverito has been outspoken about the need for professional sports to develop stronger policies.

Domestic violence is a widespread social problem, and professional sports are not immune. When an athlete is involved in an incident, sports fans are often caught in the middle and forced to reconcile their allegiance to a team and their feelings about domestic violence with little direction. This can cause conflict, confusion, and misunderstanding. #NotAFan provides sports fans with a medium where they can openly support their team while maintaining and communicating that domestic violence is unacceptable, rather than picking a “side.”

The New York teams have shown leadership by each providing a notable player or alum to appear in each video. The videos feature Mets’ star closer Jeurys Familia, Yankees’ current manager and 1996 World Series hero Joe Girardi, Knicks legend John Starks, Liberty rising star Kiah Stokes, Rangers and hockey Hall of Fame legend Rod Gilbert, and Cosmos star Lucky Mkosana and coach Giovanni Savarese. Speaker Mark-Viverito is featured as well.

 

 About National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

NCADV is the voice of victims and survivors. We are the catalyst for changing society to have zero tolerance for domestic violence. We do this by affecting public policy, increasing understanding of the impact of domestic violence, and providing programs and education that drive that change. 

Learn More
Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and control perpetrated by one intimate partner against another. Read the statistics and factsget help if you or someone you love needs it, or check out other available resources and organizations.

Get Involved
Raise awareness among others of domestic violence, the voices of survivors, and remember those who were killed by their abuser. Volunteer or partner with NCADV or your state coalitionTake a stand against domestic violence in October and year round. Speak with public policy makers about priorities for domestic violence survivors.

Stay Connected
Become an NCADV member and easily stay up-to-date and current on national public policy initiatives, advocacy strategies, events, news, and more. Attend our next biennial conference (Voices United, October 2016 in Arizona) or an event from our online calendar. Tap into a national network by posting your organization's next job openingSign up to receive our emails. 

Give Back
You can make a difference and support NCADV in a number of ways. Invest in the education, programming, public policy and advocacy we provide by making a donation or becoming a memberHold a collection for used cell phones and donate them. Make a purchase from the NCADV online store, or use your time to raise awareness or volunteer.