For over 40 years, the Women’s Resource Center has provided services to victims and survivors from all walks of life. Likewise, our donors come from all backgrounds. Donating to the Women’s Resource Center is giving the gift of hope and of unity towards a common vision of a community free of sexual and domestic violence. We welcome your partnership and support.
Make a Financial Gift Today
- $250 | The cost of an emergency outreach visit to a local hospital emergency room, to support and inform adult and child victims in the hours immediately following a violent assault.
- $125 | The cost of two Peaceline presentations in local middle and high schools, to educate our young people on how safety and respect translate to a relationship, a family, and a community.
- $50 | The cost to supply our Shelter Pantry once with staples such as milk, fruit, meat, and cheese. This pantry is an important resource for families as they settle into new surroundings.
You may make a monetary donation online using Paypal, and you do not have to have a Paypal account to do so. Click the button below to be directed to our Paypal account.
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Mail By Check | P.O. Box 477 Radford, VA 24143
By Phone | Please contact our Office Manager at 540.639.9592
In response to COVID-19, the WRC is currently only accepting items listed under the links below. These items can be left at our door from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday-Friday at our administrative office located at 1217 Grove Ave, Radford, VA. Staff collect donated items from the porch on a daily basis. If you are in need of a tax receipt, please call 540.639.9592 to arrange for us to mail one to you. Effective immediately, we will not be able to pick up donations or accept any other items than those listed below.
20% of our budget comes from local people and groups who support our work. To set up a fundraiser or supply drive to benefit the WRC, please contact our Executive Director, Laura Beth Weaver.