As part of the #GivingTuesdayNow initiative created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re calling on communities across Pennsylvania to support local domestic violence programs by joining us in #GiveForDV on Tuesday, May 5, 2020.
The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic creates stress and uncertainty for all of us, but social distancing requirements put those who experience abuse in their homes at even greater risk of harm and can increase their feelings of fear and loneliness.
Join #Give for DV
We invite everyone to support domestic violence direct service programs throughout the Commonwealth by joining #GiveForDV.
PCADV Member Programs
For a copy of the #GiveForDv Toolkit, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support your local program or the state coalition, or consider creating a Facebook fundraiser to raise money for the domestic violence program you choose.
Help is Still Available!
PCADV’s 59 local domestic violence programs continue to serve victims and survivors, 24-7, in all 67 counties of the Commonwealth. Program staff and advocates have been creative in shifting their approach to direct services and sheltering.
Additional COVID-19 Resources
Visit our COVID-19 resources page for more information about how it impacts domestic violence.