You are an integral part of the solution in ending sexual and domestic violence. We need your support now!
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Jane Doe Inc.
14 Beacon Street Suite 507
Boston, MA 02108
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For over thirty years, Jane Doe Inc. has worked tirelessly to save the lives of victims of rape, domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and other abuse. Today, we're proud of the progress we've made. The solutions for ending sexual and domestic violence are taking root each day in Massachusetts’ cities and towns. The lives of victims are being saved, the lives of survivors are being changed, and the futures of their children are hopeful and positive. We know how much work remains to be done to ensure the safety, dignity, and liberty of all victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence. We are here to do it, but we need your financial support. Please help us continue to offer unparalleled leadership in Massachusetts and the nation to improve policy and practices, build a strong movement, and ultimately transform lives.
Please make a donation to Jane Doe Inc. and help make a difference.
In return, JDI will keep you:
to a constantly changing array of local and statewide events and educational programs
about state and federal legislative and policy activity affecting our work
of new developments, needs, solutions, and trends affecting victims and survivors, and JDI members in your communities
When you make a donation to JDI, you express your commitment to social justice and a world free of violence. Your charitable contribution is an investment: an investment in safer communities, an investment in saving and improving the lives of countless individuals and families, and investment in our future.
Special note: If you already support any of JDI’s member programs, thank you! Each member program raises its own resources. We need strong local programs and a strong statewide coalition. To find out how to support the program in your community, please contact us.