In the domestic violence help classifieds section of this website, you may find listings for persons or organizations seeking to raise funds for causes related to intimate partner violence. We encourage visitors to support victims of intimate partner violence (IPV) and other forms of violence in any way possible. Please exercise caution and due diligence before sending money to such causes. While we try to use logic and common sense in determining whether a listing should be published, we are not responsible for the veracity of the listings and cannot guarantee that listings are for truly worthwhile causes.
Please assume when giving money to someone in response to a classified listing that absolutely no third party is guaranteeing the transaction or the authenticity thereof. You are responsible for your choices and for exercising care and due diligence.
You may use a classified listing here to link to a credible crowdfunding website or domestic violence shelter webpage that is raising money to help a victim of violence? You may also share your classified advertisement link here for a non-profit charitable cause. Our editors will review your listing, and, if the content is appropriate for our website, post your listing.
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Please help me to not have to rely on my abuser
My (almost ex) husband and I have 2 special needs children together. They witnessed the first, last and only time he became violent. To make matters worse …
I just need a little help to get back on my feet! Not rated yet
Hi I am a 52 year old woman who has the last five years isolated in the mountains from any friends or family. My choice to relocate from the Midwest, but …
Filmmaker currently set to make film to bring awareness to physical abuse towards women. Not rated yet
C.G. Ryche Films produces 'My Name is Lily,' a movie with a cause. Filmmaker currently set to make film to raise awareness about domestic violence towards …
Fighting for my Kids Not rated yet
4/20/2016 I have always heard things happen for a reason… lately, I must say I’ve been struggling to find meaning in the all the events leading up to …
Mental Illness;Domestic Violence; Child Abuse; Neglect; Sexual Molestation; School Bullying..and so MUCH more! Not rated yet
Hello! My part to play in this world is to share my story. It's painful to do and not something I look forward to doing EXCEPT for the thought …
KERRI'S CURSE MIXED BLOOD MOTHER OF MADNESS Not rated yet
I experienced so much violence, abuse, foster homes, as a child it still affects me to this day and I just turned 50! I want to share my story with you. …
Requests for Domestic Violence Help 2015 Not rated yet
Can you please post, share, pass around. Please. https://www.fundedjustice.com/en/projects/22160-Battered-Women-s-Justice-for-Lauren
We highly recommend that you review the information in these above links and be very well informed before transferring money over the Internet. Also, using a credit card is safer than sending a money order or cash when donating in response to a domestic violence help classifieds listing or charitable request online. Never wire funds to anyone because of a solicitation that you encountered online.
Your best option is only giving to people or charities that you have personal knowledge of. If you are unfamiliar with an individual's posting, then be extra cautious.
Verify the trustworthiness of the website or platform being used to raise funds.
You should understand how the website or platform verifies an individual or charity that is raising funds for before contributing to a cause. The best crowdfunding platforms will have reasonable means in place to ensure the veracity of fundraising efforts.
Some crowdfunding sites specialize in particular areas like legal expenses, medical bills, and school projects. If a platform has specific experience in a particular area, the verification techniques and ability spot problems may be better. Whereas, a platform that allows any form of crowdfunding request may not have the same capability.
Websites and projects created for crowdfunding by tax-exempt charities provide additional ways to verify them. For example, visit the "About" page of the charity's website. Or, you may confirm registration of the charity or the crowdfunding project with state government agencies. Also, look for ratings and information on the charity from unbiased third-party sources.
According to the Better Business Bureau, projects providing progress updates such as expenditures or accomplishments help assure the legitimacy of an organization or individual. Details on how updates will be provides should be given in the listing for the project.
The terms on crowdfunding websites and platforms will vary. You are responsible to know and understand their refund policies, privacy policies, administrative charges, fees, and other conditions.