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Ways to Help

Your support brings men, women and children from hardship to healing one relationship at a time.

There are several meaningful ways you can assist Victim Assistance Program and help make a profound impact. Learn which giving opportunities are right for you and your financial situation. Every gift will make a difference!


Planned Giving

Consider becoming a member of Victim Assistance Program Legacy Society. Consult your financial advisor or trust officer about making a living legacy gift through your will or estate plan. Our most recent planned giving gift was that of Bruce H. Buchholtzer who donated 4% of the 25% of his assets designated to local charities.

Tribute Giving

Honor a friend or loved one by making a special gift to Victim Assistance Program in their name.

Private Fundraiser

Host a fundraiser to raise funds and awareness for Victim Assistance Program. Contact us for assistance.

Corporate Partnerships

You can help victims by encouraging your company or business to become a financial supporter of our program.

Employee Giving

Many companies offer matching gift programs to encourage employees to contribute to charitable organizations. Contact your employer for a matching gift form.

Amazon Smile

Shop Amazon and Amazon donates to Victim Assistance Program Inc. #YouShopAmazonDonates

Donate Victim Necessities

  • Pocket kleenex
  • Monthly & daily bus passes
  • Gas gift cards
  • Grocery store gift cards

Ink/Toner Cartridges

Victim Assistance Program takes advantage of Staples Office Supply Store’s ink/toner recycling program to help reduce our office supply expenses. For every toner/ink cartridge we recycle, Staples gives the agency a store credit to be used on our purchases. Every bit helps so please start collecting your ink cartridges today. Want to help even more? Spread the word.

Cell Phones/Smart Phones

Victim Assistance Program recycles old cell phones and smartphones, even phones with damaged screens. If you or your business is upgrading, we would be happy to accept your old phones.

Victim Assistance Program is a registered 501(c)(3) (Tax ID 38-3142753), and all donations are tax deductible.

Questions, please contact Kelly Kaufman, Director of Advancement at 330.376.0040 x200 or email kkaufman@victimassistanceprogram.org


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