We need your help! Please, consider giving a gift. Whether it’s $5 right now, or $20 per month — every single donation helps to fight domestic and sexual violence in Skagit County.
We accept all major credit cards, PayPal, Apple/Google/Android Pay, ACH, check, and money order. Designate monthly or one-time donation and then complete the rest of the form. Donate now — you can help make the difference in the life of a survivor.
More questions? See donation FAQ below form.
Yes, our site is encrypted with a current security certificate and payment information never actually comes to our servers. Our payment processors are Stripe or PayPal, both of which employ the most stringent security standards available today. We do not sell, trade, barter, or give away your information.
Yes, please do, if that is your preference. Our mailing address is:
PO Box 301
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
We will mail you a thank you card and receipt for your records as long as we have a valid return address.
Yes, you will receive an immediate receipt and acknowledgement of a successful donation. If you choose to give monthly, you will receive a year-end tax receipt for your records.
That’s totally fine. You’re in control. You can sign in from this website to manage your recurring donation. Stop, pause, start, decrease, or increase any time.
Yes, you can celebrate the life of a survivor by making a donation in their honor or memory. When you complete the form, just select that option before continuing to the second page.
Only if you want them to be. There is an option to notify someone of this gift during the donation process. When you select the option to honor a survivor, other options will become available, such as who (if anyone) to notify and a place for you to include a personal message. Otherwise, no, we don’t inform anyone of this gift, for safety reasons. You will, however, receive a thank-you card from us.
Every dollar raised matters. However, monthly giving is far and away the best investment one can make in the fight against domestic and sexual violence in Skagit County. Recurring gifts are predictable revenue streams we can count on to keep our doors open. They allow us to focus our efforts on serving our community – rather than fundraising. We would much rather be out there achieving impact than having another raffle or contest to raise funds.