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Domestic Violence Services of Cumberland & Perry Counties (DVSCP) is participating in  Partnership for Better Health’s 2024 Match Madness Campaign.

Are you looking for ways to increase your gift and community impact? Match Madness has the answer! The first $1,500 raised will be matched dollar for dollar by the Partnership for Better Health, M&T Bank, Josiah W. and Bessie H. Kline Foundation, WellSpan Health, Penn State Health and Highmark and other foundations.  These organizations also have a matching gift incentive of $150,000, so DVSCP will receive a portion of that sum based on our total raised through this campaign!

We are asking for your support, no matter what your giving level. Every gift, large or small, will make a difference for our agency and allow us to continue providing FREE services for those in our community experiencing abuse.

Gifts can be made online or via check but there are a few simple rules:

1.) The contribution must be received between March 1 – 31, 2024.

2.) If you’re paying by check it must be written out to the Partnership for Better Health and sent directly to their office at:

3.) You must also include our agency’s name in the check memo, so they know you’re gift is in support of our agency. If paying online, you can click DVSCP in the drop-down box on the Partnership’s website donation page.

4.) No cash gifts will be accepted.

5.) Stock donations are also accepted.  To learn how to make your stock donation directly to the Partnership with DVSCP as the beneficiary, click here.

Check back as we approach March for additional information and the link to donate online!

DVSCP is proud to share that for every $100 donated, $88.00 goes directly towards our free and confidential services, including 24/7 crisis hotline, emergency shelter, adult and youth counseling and support groups, legal and medical advocacy and accompaniment, and education and community outreach.

Thank you for considering to support our agency’s Annual Fund efforts through this unique campaign.

Click here to learn more about Partnership for Better Health’s Match Madness Campaign.

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