Stop The Abuse
Stand With Survivors
The Advocacy Center provides comprehensive crisis and support services for youth and adult victims of domestic and sexual violence in Tompkins County. Our free services include a 24/7 hotline, crisis intervention, legal, medical and social service advocacy, support groups, trauma informed therapy, legal services and a confidential domestic shelter. Our dual mission also includes prevention and education in schools, on college campuses, and throughout the community.
We rely on the support of individuals, groups, communities, and businesses to
further the reach of our work and mission. Here are ways that you can help.
Individual donors are the backbone of our organization. Whether it’s $5 or $500, every dollar supports youth and adult survivors of domestic and sexual violence. You can also mail a check donation to: Advocacy Center, P.O. Box 164, Ithaca, NY 14851. If you have any questions about making a donation, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.DONATE
Become a ChangeMaker
ChangeMakers is the Advocacy Center’s collective of monthly donors. Pooling together recurring donations that we can count on over time creates lasting impact as the “ripple effect” grows.FIND OUT MORE
Donate Goods for Survivors
The Advocacy Center accepts donations of goods and services. Please call our office at 607-277-3203 for more information on current agency or shelter needs or visit our Amazon wish list here.SEE OUR WISHLIST
Plan Your Legacy Gift
Whether you are interested in donating stock or talking about our planned giving program, we would love to start the conversation about your legacy gift to support survivors in Tompkins County. Contact us today.
Host an Event
Are you interested in organizing and hosting an event that to raise awareness of domestic and sexual violence? Whether it is a film screening, presentation, clothing drive or any kind of fundraiser, our team will be happy to work with you. Please contact us today.CONTACT US
Sponsor Our Work
If your business, workplace, foundation or organization is interested in supporting the work of the Advocacy Center, please contact us today. We let the community know who our supporters are. Please contact us today.
More Ways to Give
Check with your employer to see if matched giving or other forms of employee giving programs are available, and
nominate the Advocacy Center. Whether it’s during an awareness month or a wellness challenge, contact us for more
ideas! Contact us today at email@example.com
Online fundraising has never been easier. We provide the tools for you to easily create a personal or group fundraising
page, set a goal, choose your timeline and then send an invite to your personal and professional networks to support
your cause! Contact us for instructions on setting up your page at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can support the Advocacy Center by creating a Facebook fundraiser during your birthday month. Let your friends
know why you support our work, and ask them to help meet your goal! Find out how >
Donate Your Venmo Balance
We gladly accept donations from Venmo: @ACTompkins
Kids Are Our Business
Kids Are Our Business is our agency’s largest annual fundraiser to support our Youth Services program, including the
work of our Child Advocacy Center. Learn more about how you can support youth victims of child sexual abuse.
Not Your Average Auction
Each November, we put together a range of unique and one-of-a-kind items and experiences for you to bid on. All
proceeds benefit the Advocacy Center. Learn more here!
Other Ways to Get Involved
The work of the Advocacy Center would not be possible without the time and commitment of our volunteers. Please visit
our Volunteering & Internships page to learn about how you can support our work by donating some of your time,
energy, and talents.
For more information, contact our Community Engagement Specialist.