There are all sorts of ways to support The Center for Family Justice.
Instead of writing one lump-sum check, many donors prefer to set up a recurring gift each quarter or month, for $5, $10, $25, $100 – or any amount they can afford.
Donate Now to set up your recurring quarterly or monthly donation. At any time in the future, you can edit your donation.
For more information about donations, contact Marissa Donnelly at mdonnelly@CenterForFamilyJustice.org or call 203-334-6154, ext. 121.
Many supporters have given us a big financial boost by sponsoring their own events, staging everything from a dog walking party or tennis party to a cocktail party for 80 or a fancy sit-down dinner.
The idea is to do some entertaining you might have done anyway, such as a pool party, a movie party or an evening of bridge, and ask your friends to write a check to The Center. Our dog-loving supporter invited her friends to take a group walk with the pooches one morning, and then served everyone breakfast at her house. One man hosted a poker and cigar party for his friends.
Some hosts have a staff member from The Center attend to talk about the work we do.
For more information about third-party events, contact Marissa Donnelly at mdonnelly@CenterForFamilyJustice.org or call 203-334-6154, ext. 121.
Friends Asking Friends
Want to host a third-party event without holding an event? Then Friends Asking Friends is for you. Click the link to set a goal and then send an email to your friends asking for help to reach your goal. You can raise money without leaving your house. How easy is that!
- Gift cards: Walmart, Target, Stop & Shop, Walgreens
- Safe home: Single-bed sheets and blankets, towels, pillows, shower curtains, writing journals, pens, pencils, crayons, markers, activity and coloring books, backpacks; school supplies.
- Personal care (travel or regular size): Soap, softener, stain stick; bleach, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, combs, hair brushes, hand cream, body cream, face cream, make-up (no foundation), mascara, eye liner, lipstick, blush, hair dryers, tampons, sanitary napkins.
- Household goods: Brooms, mops, cleaning supplies, batteries, 100-watt bulbs, laundry detergent and softener.
- Non-perishable foods: Non-dairy creamer, coffee, tea, cocoa, cereal, soup, rice, beans, pasta, pasta sauce, Hamburger Helper, juice, cereal, coffee and Thanksgiving side dishes.
- Baby Items: Diapers and Pull Ups (all sizes), formula, baby food, diaper rash ointment, baby powder, baby wipes, Q-tips, blankets, crib sheets.
- New clothing: Toddler-size clothing and snowsuits, socks, hats, mittens, scarves, ear muffs, underwear (large sizes), bathrobes, night gowns, stretchy slippers, long underwear, sweatshirts, sweatpants with no writing on back of pants.
- Small Home Goods & Used Clothing: Drop off at Community Closet, 475 Clinton Ave., Bridgeport, where are clients can shop for free.
Alternate energy provider
Discount Power is a local alternate energy provider that can save you money on your utility bill while making a monthly donation to The Center for Family Justice.
eBay Giving Works program
Now you can shop and sell on ebay and donate to us. As a buyer, you can search for sellers who have registered The Center as their favorite charity. As a seller, you can register The Center as your favorite charity, list your items, and specify how much of your sale benefits The Center.
Register The Center for Family Justice as your favorite charity at Amazon Smiles and then every time you shop Amazon, shop on the Smile page. A portion of each sale will go toward The Center, with no extra cost to you.
Recycle your cell phone
Drop off your old cell phone either at The Center or Wireless Wizard, 1905 Boston Ave., Bridgeport, and The Center receives a donation for each phone.
Hope Starts Here!
Let The Center for Family Justice become your lifeline.
Please call us today at 203-334-6154
Or 24/7 on a hotline:
Domestic violence: 203-384-9559
Sexual assault: 203-333-2233
Vedas (Spanish): 888-568-8332
Serving victims and raising awareness about domestic and sexual violence in Bridgeport, Easton, Fairfield, Monroe, Stratford and Trumbull in Fairfield County