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Holiday Giving

Help spread some cheer to a family in need with DVCC’s “COVID-safe” Holiday Giving programsDonors and volunteers will be able to support domestic violence  victims and their children with holiday gifts in several ways this season. Clients will be able to schedule a “contactless pick up of their presorted family gift sacks.  

Four ways to give… 

This season you can make a difference in the lives of domestic violence victims and their children by supporting DVCC’s holiday giving programs. Here are four easy ways to help: 

Buy a gift online through our Walmart and Amazon wish lists for a child of one of DVCC’s community clients.

As you are doing your own holiday shopping, make DVCC your Amazon Smile charity of choice to support our organization during the holidays. Keep us as your designated charity and support DVCC throughout the year. 

Go to https://smile.amazon.com and click Amazon Smile in the upper left to register DVCC as your charity or your choice.

Donate a gift card from the list below of local stores that would help our clients meet basic needs and bring holiday cheer to their children. Gift cards allow our clients to make their own decisions about the items to purchase that will best meet their needs. 

Purchase goods from our list of “basic needs” below and do a contactless drop off of your donation during our office hours from December 1-14 between 10am-3pm.  

“Basic Needs” List:

Women’s underwear, all sizes 

Socks from size 8T to adult large 

Gloves from size 5T to adult large 

Slippers size 5 and above

“Most Wanted” Gift Cards

Gift Cards for all, including our tweens and teens

Target          Amazon          Kohls          Dunkin

Starbucks    Walmart          Visa            Mastercard

Grocery Cards for Families

Shoprite      Stop & Shop   Whole Foods

Please contact Anita Lai at alai@dvccct.org with questions.

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