5 Ways to Support the Texas Advocacy Project
- General Donation
Support Texas Advocacy Project with a financial gift. One hundred percent of your gift will go directly to the nine areas of programming provided by Texas Advocacy Project. You will receive regular email updates, plus special invitations to events and fundraisers.
- Tribute/In Memoriam
Honor the courageous people in your life; help celebrate the anniversary of a healthy marriage; tell a parent or loved one that you appreciate the example they set. By donating in the name of a colleague, family member or friend, you can send the perfect message of recognition. Texas Advocacy Project will acknowledge your gift and notify the honoree.
- Justice Partners
Support the Texas Advocacy Project each month with contributions of $100 a month or an annual sum of $1200. Becoming a Justice Partner is a great way to have a major annual impact with a modest monthly donation. Your pledge is automatically charged to your credit card each month, and applied directly to our work. Justice Partners receive special recognition throughout the year, including a listing in our quarterly newsletter. Justice Partners also receive regular email updates, plus special invitations to events and fundraisers.
- Major Donor
With an annual gift of $1,000 or more, the Texas Advocacy Project's major donors provide the resources and commitment that are critical to our work. Join an extraordinary group of supporters whose generous gifts help ensure that urgently needed legal services are available to ALL victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Texas. Major Donors receive personal updates from The Texas Advocacy Project's Executive Director, a special year-end report, fact sheets and news clips, plus exclusive invitations to all Texas Advocacy Project events (including an annual Major Donor Reception).
- Gift Membership
Help build the Texas Advocacy Project's statewide strength by giving a membership to a family member, friend or co-worker. It is a perfect way to engage others in providing services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
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