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Branches Week of Giving 

Each November, Branches celebrates an entire week of giving to encourage our community to #Give4DV and donate in support of survivors.  Follow our social media to check out new ideas for making every day of the week--a day of giving for survivors.  

If you'd like to help provide services for victims of domestic violence, we encourage you to set up one-time or recurring monetary donation. 

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Survivor Sunday

It's only right that we start off the week by honoring the reason we serve--survivors! No matter what your domestic violence story--your safety and well-being matter! 

Meal Monday

One of the most simple and effective ways to help a survivor is to provide a covered dish meal to one of our shelters, provide the ingredients for a meal, or make us your charity of choice on Kroger Rewards. These simple things add up to big impact.  


Toy Drive Tuesday

The holiday season can be a scary time to also be experiencing domestic violence.  If you'd like to make a difference during the holidays, hosting a toy drive on behalf of our smallest survivors is a sure way to make things holidays merry and bright. 

Day of Giving

Wednesday is the Branches Day of Giving--a day when we ask everyone who can to donate $25 dollars or more to help keep services ready and available in Cabell, Wayne, Mason, Lincoln and Putnam counties.  

Every dollar stays local and ensures that when a victim is in crisis, there's a safe place to call for help. 

Third Party Fundraiser-Thursday

Third Party Fundraisers are such a unique way to help raise funds for survivors! Whether it's a bake sale or a basketball tournament, you can make a difference. 

Feel Good Friday

Feel Good Friday celebrates all the ways to feel good while doing good for your community.  From self-care to volunteerism, advocacy feels great! 

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See It Through

Finally, at the end of the week--we want to know how you're going to see it through?  Will you volunteer, donate a meal, give a monetary donation or all three?  However you see it through, we are grateful for a generous, giving community.

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