Every donation to C4FVP helps ensure someone
is available to answer the most important call of a victim’s life.
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Other ways to help...

24/7/365 Society

The 24/7/365 Society are those who support C4FVP through consecutive annual giving. Ongoing annual support by consecutive donors strengthens our ability to create and sustain innovative programs, launch outreach initiatives, provide educational opportunities, and perform groundbreaking research. Click here to start your induction to the society.

Donate Cell Phones

Wireless phones and technology serve as a vital link for all of us. They’re also an especially safe and reliable way for domestic violence victims and survivors to reach emergency or support services in times of crisis and stay connected with employers, family and friends.  Drop off your used cell phones at My Sister's Attic or My Sister's Closet and provide an emergency lifeline for someone today.


You shop. Amazon gives. If you click this link to Amazon Smile before you start shopping, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to The Center! It’s the same Amazon you know: same products, same prices, same service. It just lets you do good while you shop!  Start Here

Amazon Wish List

Help the Center on the items that make it work.  Click on one of the following Amazon Wish Lists for the Safe HouseFamily Center, My Sister's Attic and My Sister's Closet, or the Main Office Wish List.

Friends of the Center

Friends of the Center are those who support C4FVP with monetary donations.  There isn't an amount too grand or too small and your funds stay local.  To support the Center as a Friend,

My Sister's Closet

For 20 years, My Sister's Closet, an upscale resale women's apparel boutique, has featured  gently loved & new clothing donated from Fashionistas and area businesses of Greenville and surrounding communities!

My Sister's Attic

My Sister's Attic opened in February of 2013 as a means to aid in supplementing funding cuts to our programs & services.  We are grateful to have had the amazing support from the community from all over Eastern NC!​