INVEST IN hope
With donations of items, money, or services Change Makers actively invest in a victim's future. Whether it is a gas card to get to an appointment, a deposit on a new place to live, or a bag of toiletry items, donations help fill the crucial gaps in a victim's safety plan and make it possible for them to move towards their brighter tomorrows.
at this time, the eccc is unable to accept any donations of clothes. Thank you for your generosity and consideration.
INVEST IN a brighter tomorrow
One-time and/or monthly donations can be made to invest in changing the lives of victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or child abuse for as little as $10 a month.
Donors may also choose to support educational and preventive outreach into the Hispanic community by sponsoring a meal for the Las Comadres program.
Organizations & Business
invest in smiles:
Love to shop online? If so, picking Eastland County Crisis as your Amazon Smile charity might be the easiest way to give- without actually increasing your overall spending! As part of the Amazon Smile program, the ECCC receives .05% of what you spend when you:
INVEST IN TIME:
Have a service, skill, or expertise you think would help us? Contact Community Outreach Specialist, Lorynne Benavides at 254-629-3223 to discuss ways you and/or your group can be involved.
invest in healthy spaces
The Eastland County Crisis Center staff and volunteers are starting to work on various beautification and landscaping projects designed to create relaxing outdoor spaces for clients. To partner as a donor, volunteer, or service provider, please contact Gena Camacho at 254.629.3223.
INVEST IN COMFORT:
The Crime Victim Assistance Center and Children's Advocacy Center each operate a Hope Closet for clients receiving services.
Please call to set up an appointment to drop off donated items.
Yoga Pants- all sizes
Sports Bras- all sizes
Underwear- all sizes
Athletic shorts (male and female)- all sizes
Items we cannot accept: Food, Used Car Seats, Used Mattresses
Items may be scheduled for pick-up or delivery by calling the Crime Victim Assistance at 254-629-3223 or the Children's Advocacy Center at 254-629-8229. Deliveries and/or pickups must be scheduled during normal business hours Mon.-Fri. 8:00 am-5:00 pm unless otherwise prearranged.
We want to make sure you feel 100% comfortable investing your time, resources, and/or money into the work we do. That is why we in 2022 started our Financial Transparency Initiative with one simple goal: To better communicate how the funds we raise are used to support the work we do.