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The goal of the 24/7/365 Society is to encourage consecutive years of participation in giving to the hotline in a way that allows us to know what revenue we can count on for budgeting and programmatic purposes. Your gift sustainably supports victims, their friends and families as well as allows us to proactively help young people develop healthy and safe relationships.
The 24/7/365 Society was established in 2013 to give our supporters all over the country an opportunity to stand with those who answer the lines. Just as we answer calls 24/7/365, our donors and supporters give their support to our callers every day through their commitment and gifts.
Donors will qualify for membership as a founding member of the 24/7/365 Society upon the receipt of their three year pledge in writing or online. Membership is maintained as long as the donor makes at least one gift of, or multiple gifts, that equal $1,000 or more each year.
Membership is based on the total of gifts, pledge payments, and matching gifts received in a single calendar year. Unpaid pledges are not included.
Couples are recognized for the combined total of their contributions.
Once achieved, membership in the Consecutive Society will continue until a calendar year passes in which the member does not make a gift to the society that equals or exceeds $1,000. Former members can rejoin the Society with a renewed pledge and first gift.
If you would like more information, please contact:
Kristin DeLong Campbell
Chief Development Officer
National Domestic Violence Hotline
“I donate so that all victims/survivors — both female and male — will have a caring person and trusted advisor who is just one phone call and/or text away.”
“I dream of a world where everyone can feel safe, respected, and whole in their relationships and at home.”
“Everyday in the US, more than three women are murdered by their intimate partner. No person should live in nervous fear. I support the hotline so no call for help will go unanswered due to lack of funding.”