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Donations to the California Domestic Violence Victims Fund directly support domestic violence programs. The money raised will be distributed by the Office of Emergency Services to non-profit domestic violence programs all across California.
The California Domestic Violence Victims Fund is included in your tax forms as a voluntary contribution line item. It is on Form 540, Side 4, Line 14, Code 433.
We need your help to remain on the tax form! Our state must raise a minimum of $250,000 in donations through voluntary tax contributions each year. If every taxpayer donates just $20, we will reach the $250,000 threshold in no time!
via Ashleigh Ruhl at Gazettes.com:
“…This is the 13th year of the Gazette Newspapers Gift Card Drive for the clients at WomenShelter, a Long Beach nonprofit dedicated to helping victims of domestic violence. Gazette readers are asked to donate gift cards or money to buy gift cards, which are used to help victims and their families have a bit of Christmas now, and to help start new lives throughout the year.
As of this Monday, the deadline for the collection drive, more than $12,700 in cards, cash and checks was handed over to WomenShelter leaders …Click Here to Read More”
Every year Gazette Newspapers, their staff and their readers truly make miracles happen.
There are no words to express how deeply thankful we are for the dedication shown by Gazette Newspapers and staff to our agency, our programs and most of all our clients year in and year out.
You fill us with joy and hope and drive us to continue our mission helping as many people as we can end the cycle of violence.
This annual card drive allows us the flexibility to be able to help our clients in ways that we otherwise wouldn’t have the funding to do. We can’t thank you enough.
We wish you all a wonderful holiday season and a fantastic 2017!
Thank you to PADNET for this wonderful video. A big thank you to our event sponsors, community partners, attendees, and speakers for making this year’s vigil so successful.
A special thank you to Mayor Robert Garcia, Councilmember Al Austin, Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell, Megan Kerr, Barry Welsch, and Teachers Association of Long Beach. Your support and participation helped WSLB raise much needed DV awareness and education.
We look forward to future collaborations so that we can continue strengthening our community.