Organizations & Grants

We have built solid connections with charitable organizations that are committed to reducing domestic violence, providing support to victims, raising awareness of the issue and educating communities about domestic violence.


Featured Grant Recipients

 

  • SAFE HAVEN OF GREATER WATERBURY

    SAFE HAVEN OF GREATER WATERBURY

    At Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury in Connecticut, HopeLine phones from Verizon Wireless provide a safety net while also enabling victims to rebuild their lives.

  • Crisis Center North in Pittsburgh

    CRISIS CENTER NORTH

    At Crisis Center North in Pittsburgh, a HopeLine phone is one of the cornerstones in helping a domestic abuse victim leave an abusive situation and get their life in order.

  • The Bridge Over Troubled Waters

    THE BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATERS

    By using HopeLine phones and service, The Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Inc. helps victims of abuse make positive connections.


Community Contributions

Families. Small businesses. Community organizations. Corporations. Churches. Schools and universities. Service fraternities. These are examples of the types of groups that host phone collection drives and other HopeLine activities.

Learn about several groups, both big and small, that have helped combat domestic violence in their communities by hosting HopeLine phone drives.

 

  • THE FAMILY OF JACKIE CRANE

    THE FAMILY OF JACKIE CRANE

    When Jackie Crane was shot and killed by her ex-boyfriend, her family chose to honor the memory of the mother of three by setting up HopeLine collection boxes in Fort Mill, S.C. They collected 345 phones, 167 chargers, 29 batteries and 57 accessories for victims of domestic violence.

  • IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH

    IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH

    Parishioner Lillian O'Donnell of the Immaculate Conception Church of Malden, Mass., has collected more than 2,000 no-longer-used cell phones to donate to HopeLine from Verizon in the past 10 years.

  • RUTGERS UNIVERSITY

    RUTGERS UNIVERSITY

    When Rutgers University's Facilities Department upgraded to the Verizon Wireless network they turned 300 no-longer-used devices from another wireless provider into support for survivors of domestic violence.

  • DATZ RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES AND PATRONS

    DATZ EMPLOYEES

    Datz employee Melissa Morrison was killed in a domestic dispute. In memory of Morrison, Verizon partnered with the restaurant to host a HopeLine drive. Employees, patrons and members of Melissa's family donated more than 300 phones.

  • CITI EMPLOYEES

    CITI EMPLOYEES

    Citi employees donated more than 2,500 no-longer-used wireless devices to HopeLine. The donated devices were put to work in the community through a $10,000 grant to the National Domestic Violence Hotline.


Domestic Violence Organizations

HopeLine partners with several community organizations across the nation in an effort to end domestic violence. Together, we aim to spread awareness of this epidemic and provide support to victims and survivors of domestic violence.

The National Domestic Violence Hotline

The National Domestic Violence Hotline

Break the Cycle

Break the Cycle

National Network to End Domestic Violence

National Network to End Domestic Violence

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

NO MORE

NO MORE

National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs

National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs

A Call to Men

A Call to Men