Dear Supporters,

I don’t normally post something like this, but with the end of year approaching, I’m hoping you can make a special gift today to provide emergency safety for one survivor during this very challenging time.

I’m asking this because the cost of almost everything included in helping survivors of domestic violence has increased due to inflation.

Here’s what survivors are facing:

  • Increased cost of leaving their abuser
  • Higher housing and transportation costs
  • Even essential things like toothpaste and shampoo cost more

We are working every day to help survivors of domestic violence receive safe, reliable, and welcoming housing that they need and deserve.

But these increased costs are not in our budget this year.

Your gift of any size will make a meaningful difference in our efforts to provide emergency shelter services. You’ll love knowing that your special gift will help house a survivor today and be part of solving the domestic violence crisis in our community – despite inflation and the other challenges they are facing.

Right now, there are more people seeking shelter than we can provide.

Your gift will help and support people facing domestic violence right now.

If you are able, will you please send a gift today to help provide emergency shelter services and meet this unexpected expense?

Thank you for reading and for caring about survivors of domestic violence.


Jeff Brown

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The Julian Center empowers survivors of domestic and sexual violence and creates a community where every individual is safe and respected. And we are proud to be the largest organization of its kind in Indiana.

Since 1975, we have assisted more than 66,350 people and educated over 365,750 others on the causes and effects of domestic and sexual violence and its impact on our community.