On this Giving Tuesday, stand with survivors and support the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence.

Thanks to two generous donors, the proceeds from all donations received on this day will be matched dollar-for-dollar -- up to $5,000!

In addition, every donation of $25 or more will be entered into a raffle for four amazing prizes that were generously donated to the Coalition!

Our prizes include:

-Gent's all-black Swiss Army Victorinox Quartz watch with date and rubber strap, which retails at $295. Generously donated by Bellman's Jewelers in Manchester.

-1-hour outdoor photography session for family, pet or child! Date and time is flexible but weather dependent. Valid for 6 months after purchase. Photographer Tom Bell will contact the winner. Generously donated by Tom Bell and Terry Sturke.

-Two Gibson's Bookstore gift cards, each valued at $165. Generously donated by the Coalition's Board of Directors.

The more you donate, the more raffle tickets will be entered into the drawing. Example: If you donate $100, your name will be entered into the raffle 4 times. If you donate $500, your name will be entered 20 times. Winners will be announced on Wednesday.

During these unprecedented times, your gift will ensure that survivors and their children continue to have access to critical services and support networks. As families remain in isolation with increased stressors such as school closures, financial insecurity, and the possibility of a second shutdown, we expect to see incidents of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse continue to increase.

2020 has had a profound impact on survivors’ lives. We must think long-term about expanding vital protections, services and support that will improve the lives of survivors now and in the future. With your help, we can make New Hampshire a safer place for future generations.

Although an uncertain year, 2020 was a pivotal period for reform as New Hampshire saw the passage of comprehensive legislation that will protect survivors for decades to come. Thanks to a bill that removed the civil statute of limitations for sexual assault, survivors no longer face an arbitrary timeframe in their fight for justice.

As the world continues to grapple with the fallout of the pandemic, the Coalition’s doors remain open, and our fight on behalf of survivors is steadfast.

Now more than ever, we need your help.

Will you stand with us? 

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