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Donate to Break the Cycle
Break the Cycle relies on its supporters for financial contributions of all sizes as well as donations of goods and services.
Help Break the Cycle to end domestic violence by making a tax-deductible gift today.
Break the Cycle welcomes gifts of all sizes from individuals. Click here to learn more about individual giving options.
Break the Cycle offers many opportunities for corporations to be involved, from becoming a special event sponsor to donating pro bono services to making a monetary donation to the organization. Contact our development department to learn more about options for corporate involvement.
Make an in-kind donation
Break the Cycle is always interested in donations of goods and services of various kinds. Please contact our development department for more information on how to make an in-kind donation.
Donate your time
Volunteers are critical to our work at Break the Cycle. Click here to learn more about Break the Cycle's many volunteer opportunities.
Break the Cycle regularly has special events to raise funds for and awareness of Break the Cycle's work. Click here to learn more about our special events.
Shop at iGive.com
Break the Cycle has teamed up with iGive.com to allow you to donate to Break the Cycle while shopping at some of your favorite online stores. The website (www.igive.com) allows shoppers to make purchases from hundreds of online stores - and take advantage of special discounts and giveaways - without any membership fees or extra charges. Up to 27% of your purchases will be donated to a charity of your choice - which we hope will be Break the Cycle!
National Founding Partners program
Break the Cycle created the National Founding Partners Program to fund, inspire and steer the organization as we expand to provide our direct services nationwide and develop a national platform to influence domestic violence policy. Click here to learn more about becoming a National Founding Partner.
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