Raise awareness for victims and survivors by publicly displaying your support
CAWC is sustained through the generosity of our advocates, willing to give of their resources to accelerate our mission: to end domestic violence.
Everyone can partner with CAWC in standing with victims and survivors by proudly displaying our poster in your office, waiting room, or business. Download a copy today and invite others to get involved.
Will Your Employer Match Your Gift?
You may be able to make the impact of your gift go even further! Simply search for your employer below and you may be able to double or triple your gift! For any questions please feel free to contact the Development Team at email@example.com
Other Ways to Donate
A gift to CAWC in your will or trust is your legacy to ensure happier tomorrows for domestic violence survivors and their children.
Honoring Someone’s Special Day
If you make a gift to CAWC in honor of someone, we will notify the recipient of your thoughtfulness. Many individuals ask friends and family to donate to CAWC in lieu of gift for a special occasion.
If you make a gift to CAWC in memory of someone, we will notify the family of your thoughtfulness.
Contact Judi Golemba, Development Director, at 773.489.9081, for information about how to donate stock to CAWC.
Donor Advised Fund
If you have created a Donor Advised Fund, you can recommend making a gift to CAWC.
Contact your employer to determine if they will match your gift to CAWC. If they have a matching gift program, your gift could double or even triple in value. If you send a form from your employer to CAWC, we can complete the paperwork and initiate the matching gift process.
Gifts by check or direct deposit
Many individuals make donations to CAWC at various times throughout the year. Checks can be sent to:
CAWC – Attention: Development
1116 N. Kedzie Avenue, 5th Floor
Chicago, IL 60651
Or you can make a gift online.
Plan a Fundraiser
You don’t have to be an experienced party planner to create an event that benefits CAWC – energy and enthusiasm go a long way! And the CAWC development team will help you plan an event that will assist survivors and their children on their journey to heal from abuse.