Donation Dollars Count!
Do you wonder how your donation dollars help NEWS clients?
Thank you for considering a cash donation to NEWS! We work hard at making your donation dollars count. Our clients have a variety of needs and cash is the easiest way to creatively meet those needs. Below are examples of how various donation amounts might be used towards survivor assistance.
$10 is a hot meal for a victim filing a police report.
$10 buys toiletries for an emergency shelter client.
$50 feeds a small family for a week.
$50 covers the co-pay for a survivor’s child to go to the dentist.
$50 pays for a survivor’s month of gas so they can get to and from work.
$100 covers the co-pay for a survivor to attend a therapy session.
$100 pays for a survivor’s monthly phone bill.
$100 feeds a large family for a week.
$250-500 pays for one month of a survivor's home utilities.
$250-500 covers one month of a survivor's car insurance.
$250-500 pays for car repairs for a survivor, such as new tires.
$500-1,500 houses a victim in our emergency shelter hotel rooms during COVID-19.
$1,000-2,500 ensures a survivor remains housed, covering one month of a survivor's rent.
$2,500-5,000 can help cover legal fees of a DV survivor who is seeking custody of their children.
$10,000 can cover one year of emergency financial assistance for approximately 50 DV/SA survivors in Napa County.
$15,000 can cover one year of support groups for either DV survivors or SA survivors to gain emotional and mental health support as they process their trauma.