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Your support helps ensure survivors of domestic violence have the resources and options they need to heal. We and our partner organizations provide 24/7 crisis hotlines, legal advocacy, housing, violence prevention programs, and emergency assistance for survivors and their loved ones. You can also support us by attending our upcoming Leading Together Partnership Breakfast, featuring keynote speaker Shannon Watts, the Founder of Moms Demand Action, and a pivotal gun violence prevention activist.

Donate Online

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Set Up a Monthly Gift

Monthly giving means we have the resources to be there for survivors every single day. It’s the most effective way to give. Select Monthly Recurring Gift on the form.

Planned Giving

Commit to The Network’s longterm sustainability by naming us in your will or trust.

Fundraise on Facebook

You can celebrate birthdays and special events by fundraising for The Network, sharing what you value with your community.

AmazonSmile

When you shop at AmazonSmile, sign up with The Network: Advocating Against Domestic Violence so Amazon donates 0.5%.

Corporate Matching Gifts

Let us know if your employer has a matching gift program! If so, your gift can have an even greater impact.

Throw an Event!

We love partnering with folks on fundraisers. If you’re interested in throwing a fundraiser for us, please fill out this form and we’ll follow up with you.

Volunteer with Us

We are always eager to have volunteers help us plan our gala and fundraising events. Some volunteers come to us with specialized skills, such as data analysis or grant writing. We are also happy to give volunteers a tour of our hotline and talk about the gender-based violence resources in Chicago, so you can help spread awareness. Contact us and let us know your interests!

Other Ways to Give

Corporate Giving

Match Employee Giving

Empower your team to support survivors by matching donations.

Sponsor an Event

By cosponsoring one of our events, such as our annual gala, our Networking to End Domestic Violence Breakfast, or our Run Domestic Violence Out of Town fundraiser, you can build awareness about gender-based violence and demonstrate your partnership with our work.
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Corporate Volunteering

We love partnering with companies on volunteer projects, whether they are events, fundraisers based around Domestic Violence Awareness Month or other holidays, spreading awareness about gender-based violence, or offering pro bono accounting or design services. Please reach out to us to explore what would be a good fit for you.
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Spread the Word

 Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. We love sharing stories about our partner organizations and hope you will too!

Our Partners

Corporate Champions

We extend our sincere gratitude to our 2021 Corporate Champions for their support. They generously support our programming and services as well as offer their time to extend our reach. 

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Google
ReloShare
Edelman (DJE Holdings)
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Ecolab
Event Sponsors

Leading Together Partnership Breakfast

Thank you to our 2022 Leading Together Partnership Breakfast sponsors! We are incredibly grateful for their generosity and support.

Thank you to our breakfast sponsors 9.9.2022

We are also thrilled to congratulate our Leadership Award winners, Michael Reese and Dentons.

Leadership Awardees 2022
Raising Awareness

Run Domestic Violence Out of Town

The Network: Advocating Against Domestic Violence is a membership organization dedicated to improving the lives of those impacted by gender-based violence through education, public advocacy, and connecting community members with direct service providers. Joining our Run Domestic Violence Out of Town team is an opportunity to fundraise and advocate for survivors and victims of domestic violence.
 
Please reach out to Owen Diny at marathonteam@the-network.org to reserve your spot or with any questions.

 

Comprehend the key objectives of the Illinois Department of Human Services ProtocolDemonstrate an understanding of essential PAIP curriculum componentsExhibit an understanding of an effective group process with appropriate co-facilitation skillsUnderstand and gain the tools to engage with difficult participantsBe familiar with PAIP Requirements and ReportingThis virtual PAIP training meets the DHS training requirement for PAIP staff; however, participants in this virtual training will be unable to use this training towards CPAIP certification, as ICDVP has not approved virtual trainings. CPAIP certification is voluntary and not required to run PAIP programming.

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