Reasons to Give
  • When you give to the Violence Intervention Project, your donation…
    • Provides opportunities for safety planning services with individuals/families of domestic abuse and sexual assault victims.
    • Assists victims with crisis counseling, support groups, and legal, medical and economic advocacy.
    • Provides prevention education to youth on topics of healthy relationships, safe and unsafe touches, sexual harassment, bullying and online safety.
    • Teaches young people dealing with domestic abuse and sexual assault that it isn’t their fault, and helps them cope with the trauma of abuse.
    • Educates community members about domestic abuse and sexual assault and how to help others who are being abused.
    • Provides safe alternatives for monitored visitation and exchanges for families experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.
    • Provides opportunities to eliminate homelessness to individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault in Kewaunee County.
 
What Your Gift Can Do at the Violence Intervention Project
$600...provides one month of telephone services at the Violence Intervention Project. (in office crisis calls and 24-Hour Helpline services)
$300...provides one month of utilities at the Violence Intervention Project. (heat, gas, electricity, water.)
$250...provides one month of transportation for clients having barriers accessing victim services. 
$110...provides one session of Women’s Empowerment/Children’s Support Group services.
  $90...provides assistance in obtaining a restraining order for a client.
  $50...provides one supervised visitation for the SAVES Program.

Your gift will change the life of a victim.
  • ONE-TIME DONATION
  • RECURRING DONATIONS - You can make an automatic recurring gift to the Violence Intervention Project monthly, quarterly, semi-annually and annually. You can select how much and how often your gift will be made. 
  • PLANNED GIVING - By including the Violence Intervention Project in your estate plans; you help our organization plan for the future while securing your legacy through philanthropy. Through gifts from bequests, charitable remainder trusts, IRAs, life insurance, real estate, and more, donors have various options to provide the Violence Intervention Project with vital funds to allow the organization to continue to help those in need in our community.
 
How do I make a planned gift? The easiest way to include the Violence Intervention Project in your estate plans is through your will. A general bequest will allow the Violence Intervention Project to use your gift in the area in which it is most needed. You may also designate your gift to a specific program or purpose; please discuss your planned giving intentions with VIP’s staff in order to ensure your wishes may be accommodated.
 

Donations can also be mailed to: 
 
Violence Intervention Project
1405 Division Street
Algoma, WI 54201
 
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Thank you for considering a tax-deductible donation to the Violence Intervention Project.
We appreciate your support!
 
The Violence Intervention Project is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting violence-free relationships and social change in Kewaunee County. 
 
 
 
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The Violence Intervention Project, Inc. believes no one deserves to be beaten and/or emotionally or sexually abused. Therefore, our Mission is to provide confidentiality and safety planning for diverse individuals and families who have experienced domestic violence or sexual abuse. We provide peer supported services in an empowering environment and furnish survivors with advocacy and support so that they may make informed choices. We pledge to educate the community to recognize and change societal attitudes that condone oppression and fail to hold perpetrators accountable.
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The Violence Intervention Project, Inc. believes no one deserves to be beaten and/or emotionally or sexually abused. Therefore, our Mission is to provide confidentiality and safety planning for diverse individuals and families who have experienced domestic violence or sexual abuse. We provide peer supported services in an empowering environment and furnish survivors with advocacy and support so that they may make informed choices. We pledge to educate the community to recognize and change societal attitudes that condone oppression and fail to hold perpetrators accountable.
© 2018 Violence Intervention Project, Inc.
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