Please join us as we embark on this journey to make a difference in the lives of women and children
impacted by domestic and family violence.

Donate

Donations play an important role in our ability to be effective.  We solicit both monetary and in-kind donations.

Monetary donations go directly to support delivery of services, as well as provide college scholarships to deserving youth.  We believe what happened to them does not and should not determine their future.

Donate Money

We work with a number of family shelters to provide much-needed items we ourselves often take for granted.  There are ongoing donations that are always in demand, such as – socks, pajamas, robes, underwear, and slippers, toys.  If you have these and/or other items available to donate, please contact us.

Donate Items

Partner

The Illustrious Angels of Faith Foundation joins with community leaders, police departments, shelters, juvenile detention centers, the criminal justice department and other concerned citizens to provide education about domestic violence and the effects it has on future generations and our communities.

Partner

Sponsor

Would you like to sponsor an event like a donation drive, or a community awareness campaign, or a college scholarship given to a deserving youth?  We have sponsorship opportunities available.

Sponsors are recognized on our website and in promotional collateral related to the activity being sponsored.  Sponsors are also receive special recognition at our annual awards gala.

If you are passionate about being a voice to give hope and ending domestic and family violence, reach out to us at  advocates@illustriousangelsoffaith.org for all sponsorship and all other opportunities.

Sponsor

Volunteer

Our volunteers are an integral component of our work with children and youth.  We couldn’t be as effective without their compassionate hearts and hands laboring alongside us in the movement to end domestic violence.  The role of a volunteer takes on many different forms.  There is something for everyone to do – hands-on or support.

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