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Your support makes a difference.

We believe that every survivor deserves a chance to heal.

If you share this belief, we hope you’ll consider making a donation to help us continue to provide survivors with critical programs and services.

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What impact will your donation make?

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$1,000

Can fund court fees for restraining orders.

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$500

Ensures staff coverage of our 24/7 hotline.

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$250

Can provide a survivor with groceries.

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$100

Can help with clothing and transportation.

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$50

Can provide a family with baby essentials.

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$25

Can provide a survivor with a blanket or shoes.

Bridging Hearts

Every donation to Bridging Hearts helps brighten the holidays for survivors and their children. Your gift will allow us to purchase gift cards for families in CCS programs so that they can shop for holiday meals, winter clothing, a surprise toy for a child, and more. 

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More Ways to Give


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Matching Gifts & Workplace Giving

Make double the impact for survivors.


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Legacy Gifts

Make supporting survivors and preventing violence part of your lasting legacy.


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In-Kind Donations

Support survivors in need by donating new items.


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Host a Fundraiser for CCS

Help us raise funds to save and change lives.

Need to reach out to the Development Department? Please email development@ccssd.org.

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StartTheConvo

Start the Convo to raise awareness and end sexual assault. #StartTheConvo campaign is a call to action for every member of our community to give their support and #StartTheConvo around preventing intimate partner violence and sexual violence. We stand in solidarity with all survivors of intimate partner violence and sexual assault. We all have a role in ending violence.

The highest incidence of rape affects mostly yong women between the ages of 16 and 24. Don’t be a bystander! It’s time to talk with your friends, family, and loved ones! Join us as we #StartTheConvo!