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MAKE A CONTRIBUTION

Any amount will make a big difference.

icon-person-backpack $25 provides school supplies for a child participating in one of our programs.
icon-briefcase $100 provides a start-up home kit for a domestic violence survivor.
icon-building $1000 supports a survivor moving to permanent housing with their family.

 

CONSIDER A RECURRING MONTHLY CONTRIBUTION

It provides the enduring support needed by survivors at Barrier Free Living in their process of healing. This level of steady contribution makes it so survivors can live their life in safety and free of violence. This program allows you to choose the amount you wish to give — we automatically receive your contribution each month and immediately put your donation to use.

Monthly Giving
OTHER WAYS YOU CAN HELP
Get Your Company to Volunteer

Hundreds of volunteers, from the New York City Garden Club to Hearts of Gold, drive our mission by providing volunteer hours and project dollars. Plant a garden, repaint a kid’s game room. Get involved. A few hours makes a tremendous difference in the lives of our shelter families.

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Make an In-Kind Donation

Tutor a young person. Donate a laptop. Be part of our annual holiday toy & back to school drives. Donate services.

Fill-out our In-Kind Donation Form »

Volunteer Opportunities

You can make a difference. Our volunteers help in various capacities throughout our different programs with their expertise and efforts.

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RECENT COLLABORATIONS

Valentine Community Project Gift Bags

Read about this and other volunteer or corporate collaborations.

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ISSUES AND SOLUTIONS

5,752

The number of outreaches done by BFL’s Secret Garden team in 2019. The team also offered 2,266 face to face session to survivors of domestic violence in 2019.

Helping People with Disabilities Help Themselves

Our agency continues to provide services and support for survivors of domestic violence with disabilities during the COVID-19 crisis. Read More »