Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse (AVDA)

Our missionAVDA promotes violence-free relationships and social change by offering alternative choices to end violence and domestic abuse.
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Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse (AVDA)

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Essential Items Needed for Emergency Shelter

AVDA is in need of catered lunch and dinner for 75 adults and children  to avoid cooking in communal spaces for social distancing, nonperishable snack food in individual serving sizes, hand sanitizer, masks (surgical are ok), and cans of lysol spray, diapers size 4‐6, pullups, and baby wipes.
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About usFor more than 30 years, our mission and services have provided critical support to thousands in our area. For the many individuals that need our help, AVDA provides a Community of Hope through our state-certified domestic violence center that offers a comprehensive array of services for all victims of domestic violence including; a 24 hour crisis hotline, emergency and transitional housing, advocacy, counseling and support to help them live violence-free and self-sufficient lives. We also work throughout the community to educate and engage people of all ages in our commitment to prevent violence. Our confidential services are offered to victims of domestic abuse and individuals at risk of abuse regardless of age, gender, race, national origin, religion, sexual orientation or socio-economic status. AVDA is accredited for Excellence in Nonprofit Management and was one of the first agencies in Palm Beach County to receive accreditation from Nonprofits First. Accreditation,recognizes AVDA’s excellent business practices in the areas of governance, administration, board governance, human resources and financial management. Indeed AVDA’s financial policies and procedures have been shared with other larger organizations as a “business model.” AVDA’s philosophy - prevention through education, advocacy and intervention is the ultimate goal. All survivors of family violence should be provided with a safe haven. They must be treated with dignity and their right to self-determination encouraged.
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