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    "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed it is the only thing that ever has."

    - Margaret Mead

    There are many ways you can help

    Educate yourself. Attend one of Starting Point's community awareness events. Check out the "What's New" page of our website for a list of upcoming events.

    Speak out. Speak up when others make sexist jokes or perpetuate stereotypes. Share your knowledge about domestic vioelnce, sexual violence and stalking with family and friends. Support legislation affecting survivors. Host a SP speaker at your place of employment or house of worship.

    Volunteer. Starting Point couldn't do all it does without its committed volunteers, whether it is answering our support line, providing accompaniment to court, police department, the children's advocacy center or at our emergency shelter. Listening to a victim can truly make all the difference. Direct service not your thing? Join Starting Point's board of directors, assist with fundraising or keep community organizations stocked with Starting Point's information. Click here for more information on volunteer opportunities 

    Make a donation. Like many non profits, Starting Point relies on the generosity of the community members to help sustain our programs. Starting Point's goal is maintain 90% of monies received going directly to programming. To learn more about the different ways you may make a donation click here for more information.

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    All services are offered free of charge and are strictly confidential.