Make a Donation
Your contributions change lives by providing survivors with the resources they need to reach their full potential. No matter how you give, your investment enables survivors to build safer and more stable lives. Learn how your support makes a difference. If you have questions or need help completing paperwork, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-562-8840 ext. 253.
LifeWire is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (Federal Tax ID #91-1190193). All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Make a financial gift
By making a gift now, you help ensure that LifeWire can continue to deliver life-saving services, shelter, and support to domestic violence survivors, children, and families. Visit our donation page to make your gift today.
Create your own fundraiser
Breaking the cycle of violence is a community-wide effort. You can help by engaging your friends and family. Whether you organize a birthday fundraiser on Facebook or a bake sale, your efforts help educate your community about domestic violence while supporting survivors.
Give through work
Make your gift go farther with workplace matching contributions, volunteer time matching, or payroll donations. All gifts made to LifeWire through workplace giving campaigns are tax-deductible.
Domestic violence is a business issue. As many as 1 in 4 employees may experience domestic violence. Businesses play an important role in creating safety and helping survivors thrive.
LifeWire’s corporate sponsors are a huge factor in our success, providing financial and organizational support, and raising awareness about domestic violence. Corporate sponsorship packages are available from $1,500 to $20,000. We encourage sponsors to attend our events with leaders from their organization to learn how domestic violence affects the business community.
Leave a legacy
Your bequest or planned gift will ensure that LifeWire will provide safety, life-changing programs, and supportive services to domestic violence survivors, and their children, in our community today and in the years to come.
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