HOTLINE / crisis: 717.273.7190

Toll Free: 1.866.686.0451

"On average, more than three women are murdered by their husbands or boyfriends in this country every day."

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Safety Notice

Computer use can be monitored and is impossible to completely clear. If you are afraid your internet and/or computer usage might be monitored, please use a safer computer, call your local hotline, and/or call the Domestic Violence Intervention Hotline.


Donate/Give

Domestic Violence Intervention of Lebanon County Inc is a not-for-profit organization. Through your contribution, you will help victims of domestic violence. Community involvement is a vital component to violence prevention and education.

Tax-deductible donations of money, household items or in-kind services are always welcomed and greatly appreciated. For specific items of need, please see our wish list .

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Help support DVI whenever you are searching for something on the internet, or by making GoodSearch.com your home page. Click on the button below and learn how you can support DVI just being online! 


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Donate by mail/fax

If you wish to make a donation by mail or fax, please download the following donation form in either Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format.

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Corporate donations

Several organizations dedicate their time and energy to help support DVI. If your organization is interested in volunteering as a group, please contact us at 717.273.7154 or 1.866.686.0451 or use the online contact form.

Companies can also get involved by setting up employee giving programs, payroll deductions and on-line donations. For more information about these opportunities please call: 717.273.7154 or 1.866.686.0451 or use the online contact form.

 

Tax Status

Domestic Violence Intervention of Lebanon County Inc is a Pennsylvania nonprofit organization which is classified by the IRS as exempt under IRC Section 501 (c)(3) and as a "public charity" under IRC Section 509. Therefore, donations from individuals and corporations, as well as grants from private foundations, qualify for maximum tax benefits allowable by the IRC.