We can do so much more, with you.
It is a human right to feel safe at home.
Statistically, 1 in 3 women in Australia will experience domestic or family violence, or sexual assault.
It doesn’t matter who they are, where they come from or what shoes they wear, violence and abuse happens to anyone.
Violence and abuse is never okay. But there is hope.
With your help, DVConnect can be there for more people who need to escape to a better life for themselves and their children. Whatever their story, we will be there 24/7 to listen and help them find a pathway to safety.
Please give what you can.
Because you will be helping someone you care about, even if you might never know it.
Other ways to give
Give by cheque or an electronic funds transfer
Send your cheque payable to DVConnect Limited to PO Box 10575, Adelaide Street, Brisbane, 4000.
Use the form on this page to donate by credit card or Paypal. If you prefer, you can donate through an electronic funds transfer using these details:
Account name: DVConnect Ltd | BSB: 064-000 | Account Number: 1601 7686
Give at work
If your organisation has a Workplace Giving program, you can donate to support the work of DVConnect before tax through the payroll system.
Your organisation may also match your gift, so ask them – you might double your power for good.
Give proceeds from your event
Embarking on a personal challenge or bringing people together in person or online can be personally rewarding and help keep Australians safe from violence and abuse.
Your event can be as informal as an end of month sundowner at work, a movie and games night with family and friends, or something more elaborate such as a gala event.
Our online fundraising platform makes it easy to create your personal event page, set your goal and share links so that others can join you or support your fundraising.
Give in celebration
Celebrating a special milestone in life but don’t need more ‘stuff’? You can use it as an opportunity to our community be a safer place for everyone.
By asking family and friends to donate instead of giving you a gift that you don’t need or want, you can help more people experiencing violence find a path to safety.
Give in memory
Grieving someone is hard. But it can be an opportunity to help others in their name.
Instead of sending a floral tribute, you can ask family and friends to donate to help keep people safe from violence in the spirit of the values that mattered to your loved one in life.
Give time or resources
Gifts of relevant expertise and resources that helps direct our money to front-line services are very welcome.
In-kind support could include:
- suitable accommodation to shelter to those who need a temporary place to stay
- professional advisory services to enhance efficiency, compliance, security or systems
- promotional support to amplify our message to the community through your channels
- necessary equipment, such as technology, furniture or consumables
- relevant services to enhance our staff development and wellbeing program
- invitations to attend major business events as your guest
- introductions to people of influence who can open doors or be agents of change
Give through your Will
You can help create a better world for women and children at home by leaving a gift in your Will.
You can leave money, a gift such as property, or the residue of your estate (after family and friends have been provided for). Your solicitor can make sure the proper clause is entered into your Will.