Ways to Donate
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When you give to 180, you support free and comprehensive services for survivors. Look what your gift can do:
Helps a domestic or sexual violence survivor receive counseling with a licensed professional.
Provides crisis intervention, information and referrals to a rape survivor at all five area hospital emergency rooms after an assault.
- Helps to fund a counseling session which educates victims about restraining orders and prepares them for their day in court.
- Provides essential support and personal protective equipment to our front line heroes working in our Safe House
- Provides intensive advocate training to 180’s volunteer Crisis Response Teams
- Enables 180’s 2nd Floor Youth Helpline to visit a high school and distribute educational materials and information regarding topics such as suicide, safe dates and healthy relationships.
- Trains a volunteer to stop sexual violence before it happens
- Provides one of our art studios at 180’s Amanda’s Easel Program with paint, clay, canvases, puppets and all of the items our therapists need to work with our children
- Gives a survivor emotional support in the emergency room following an assault.
Provides a family with emergency shelter, food and supportive services at 180’s Safe House.
Ways to Support 180
Your support ensures that survivors receive free and confidential services to help them heal from domestic violence and sexual assault.
Your Online Shopping Can Help 180
Your online shopping, movie tickets, travel arrangements and other activities can benefit the families at 180. Read More!
Gifts of Goods & Services
Due to COVID-19, we have revised our collection policy for gifts of product.
We are collecting essential items only for use in our Safe House. Examples of essential items include:
- Face Masks
- Antibacterial Wipes
- Paper Towels
- Detergent Pods (Tide)
- Bleach Wipes
- Baby Formula
- Baby Wipes
Gift Cards for Families In Need – Especially this coming Holiday Season
This year due to the coronavirus pandemic and out of an abundance of caution for our survivor families and staff, we are not hosting the traditional “Holiday Shop” and thus, not collecting physical gifts to redistribute (housewares, toys, clothing, etc.). Rather, we are distributing donated gift cards to families. This way families still get what they need and we can uphold social distancing and the frequency of visitors to our office. We hope to return to our regular Holiday Boutique next year. Thank you for your flexibility during these unprecedented times.
Please know, by donating gift cards, you empower survivors to shop independently, purchase the gifts on their children’s wish lists, and help to create a happy holiday for their family despite financial circumstances resulting from abuse. Please donate gift cards in denominations of $25 or more from stores such as: Target, Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy, Michael’s, etc.
Gift Cards should be delivered to 180 by December 11 so that we have time to distribute to our families and they can then shop for their children.
Masks are required upon dropping off the gift cards. Donations may be dropped off at 180’s administrative offices in Hazlet by appointment only. Please call AMANDA (732) 264-4360 ext. 4231 to make an appointment.
We look forward to resuming our regular donation collections with you in the near future.
Support Our Survivors
Your donation will immediately go to work to empower survivors like Maria, Alicia, and Karen. Your support helps keep our mission mobilized. Read recent survivor stories below. (names changed to protect confidentiality)
With your help, we can support survivors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Your support sustains us.