How Can You Help?
Make a Financial Contribution
Get Your Company to Volunteer
Hundreds of volunteers, from Morgan Stanley to Moody’s, 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. For details, email [email protected]
Partner With Us For An Event
We plan events, large and small, from a mixer on the roof of our new housing complex in the Bronx, to an incredible holiday party for the kids of our shelters. We can use your expertise in planning, or a few hours to make our events shine. For details, email [email protected]
Make an In-Kind Donation
Tutor a young person. Donate a laptop. Or be part of our annual holiday toy & back to school drives. For details, email [email protected]
You can make a difference. Our volunteers help in various capacities throughout our different programs with their expertise and efforts. Please contact us so we can place you in the area of most need. Fill out the volunteer form below, or email [email protected] to learn more now.
Building Successful Partnerships
All year long, Barrier Free Living collaborates with individual volunteers, organizations and companies who support our mission working with survivors of domestic violence, and their families.
This winter, the Bryant Park Corp. donated gorgeous hand-knitted scarves to the residents and tenants at our domestic violence programs. BFL Director of Communications Scott Hess met with the #Foundbutnotlost group to thank them for the donation (photo below).
Read About Other BFL Collaborations
Tutors Work With Kids At BFL Apartments / View the short film.
Make a Difference Volunteers at BFL Apartments/ Read
Moody’s Volunteers At Shelter Wellness Fair | Read
Fred Alger Management Donates Easter Baskets To Young Tenants at BFL Apartments | Read
Second Chance Toys Donates To Freedom House Shelter | Read
Spread The Sparkle Hosts Easter Event For BFL Domestic Violence Programs | Read
Children and adults with disabilities are four times more likely to be abused then those without disabilities.
In the NYC metropolitan area, women with a disability earn on average nearly $9,000 less than women without disabilities, and $16,000 per year less than men without a disability.
The number of outreaches done by BFL’s Secret Garden team in 2018. The team also offered 2,339 face to face session to survivors of domestic violence.
Are you interested in making a difference by donating your time? Please fill out the contact form below.