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$10

could buy a family a meal

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$20

could buy a bag of essential toiletries

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$30

could put petrol in the car

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$50

could buy groceries for a family

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Leave a bequest

You can donate to the Domestic Violence Prevention Centre Gold Coast Inc. through a bequest in your will or in trust. Bequests can be cash, securities or residual bequests. We recommend that you seek the advice of a solicitor.

All bequests are welcome. There is no amount that is too small; every cent is a step forward in the quest to end domestic violence and towards ensuring services are available to all women and children who need them on the Gold Coast. Your bequest will make an impact for many years to come.

If you are interested in making a bequest please contact the CEO:
Ph:        07 5591 4222
Email:   info@domesticviolence.com.au


Corporate support

The Domestic Violence Prevention Centre Gold Coast Inc. encourages corporate support. This may be in the form of goods, services or cash.

If you would like to donate to the organisation please contact the CEO: info@domesticviolence.com.au


Join us

If you wish to support the work and activities of the Domestic Violence Prevention Centre Gold Coast Inc. you can apply to become a member of our Association. Click here for more information.


 

Gifting at Christmas

This Christmas give a woman who has experienced domestic and family violence the gift of empowerment, autonomy and choice.

For many women, leaving an abusive relationship means financial hardship for them and their children. It makes Christmas a very difficult time for them.

Christmas is also a time when women may feel the impact of financial control and abuse. Financial abuse includes:

  • controlling a partner’s spending;
  • making a partner feel incompetent at managing money;
  • preventing a partner from owning bank cards or cash;
  • threatening to cut off access to the home/finances;
  • questioning bank statements;
  • withholding child support; or
  • making a partner feel anxious about spending money.

Imagine how amazing it would feel for a woman who has experienced financial abuse and control, or is experiencing financial hardship after leaving an abusive relationship, to be able to give her children the gifts she knows they will love.

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