Quincy, MA. (December 10, 2013) –In honor of DOVE's (Domestic Violence Ended) 35th Anniversary of supporting communities, individuals and families impacted by domestic violence, DOVE is launching "$35 for 35 Years Campaign.”
We hope you will be inspired to take collaborative action to improve your local communities and invest in the charities and causes YOU support, to help create a better community.
You can help us continue to provide Hope, Healing and Safety to the individuals and families we serve, and advocate for Social Change by making a donation to DOVE of any gift of $35 or more any time throughout December.
The cycle of violence doesn't break for the holidays or change with the seasons. Just yesterday, DOVE responded to over 50 individuals who needed our help. Now we need yours. Together we offer hope, healing and increase safety, and help 3,500 survivors to seek a non-violent future each year.
To jumpstart our effort, Mr. Daniel Quirk, President of Quirk Auto Dealers has offered to make a donation for every donor that gives to the campaign (up to $1,000). DOVE's goal is for 1,000 individuals to support the campaign to bring in$35,000 to honor DOVE's 35 years of critically important domestic violence services.
You can make a secure, tax-deductible gift online today at www.dovema.org or scan this QR code below with your smartphone and it will direct you to the secure webpage to make your donation.
When you honor a friend or loved one - by supporting DOVE’s round the clock access to safe shelter and empowering support for individuals surviving domestic violence - we'll send them an acknowledgement of your generous gift on their behalf.
About Dove, Inc.
DOVE, Inc. is committed to partnering with diverse communities, families, and individuals impacted by domestic violence. We promote hope, healing, safety, and social change by providing a broad range of preventive and responsive services.
Over the past year, DOVE has provided emergency shelter to 26 adults and 19 children, answered more than 2,200 hotline calls, provided community-based services to over 1,279 clients, and educated more than 2,000 teens and community members on the many complex issues surrounding domestic violence.
Over the last 35 years, DOVE has sheltered more than 6,000 families and answered more than 45,000 hotline calls. DOVE provides services in partnership with Quincy, Randolph, and Holbrook Police Departments, as well as in the Quincy District Court, and Norfolk County Probate & Family Court. Services are provided by appointment.
For more information, visit www.dovema.org or call
* 24-hour Crisis Hotlines: 617-471-1234 or 1-888-314-3683
* Community Advocacy & Prevention Services: 617-770-4065