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Please contact Megan Slattery at or 215-386-1280 x6146 with questions or to change your monthly giving status.

Monthly giving makes a big impact! Women Against Abuse invites you to give monthly to make a meaning impact in the lives of survivors of domestic violence.


Why give monthly?

When you join our Sustaining Supporters Monthly Giving Program, you help provide Women Against Abuse with the resources to plan ahead and ensure stable funding is available to meet the most pressing needs of the adults and children we serve.


How does it work?

You can enroll in the Sustaining Supporters Monthly Giving Program with a few easy steps using your credit card. Or, you can have your bank set-up a monthly check made payable to Women Against Abuse.

For credit card donations: After the first donation has been made, subsequent transactions will occur on the business day closest to the 15th of each month (e.g. if you make your first donation on October 10, the next donation will automatically occur on November 15).


What are the advantages of giving monthly?

When you give monthly, you become part of a community of caring individuals who are helping transform the lives of domestic violence survivors. Supporters receive the following benefits:

  • A welcome kit and quarterly updates on the latest Women Against Abuse news
  • The knowledge that your monthly gift provides crucial, stable funding where we need it most
  • An annual statement to assist you with your tax preparation
  • A designated staff member who can handle any questions you may have
  • The ability to increase, decrease or cancel your pledge whenever you wish!


Special Thanks to Our Growing Community of Sustaining Supporters Monthly Donors!

Anne Ades         

Tiffany Bailey    

Edward Basile and Stephanie Riley

Barry Becker     

Nina Blomfield 

Tracy Brown      

Sandy Brownell

Alex and Shannon Camps            

Christina Cavanna           

Christine Chacko             

Barbara Cooke 

Lois Cronholm-Neff       

Brianna Deutsch              

Tracie Dixon-Stanley and Jerome H. Stanley

Catherine Farman           

Carmela Gipprich            

Caroline Gold    

Michelle Graham            

Brad and Amy Brennan Grois     

Edward Holfelner

Laura Johnson  

Lisa Knoflicek    

Stanton Kuklick

Alex Lima            

Mary Lindee      

Gabriel Mandujano        

James Mather  

Martin Matlin   

Marianne McKeever     

Adrienne Messe             

Gail Miller

Julie Mostov     

Patrick Mundy and Candice Harris

Audrey Murga  

Renee Norris-Jones       

Thomas O'Leary               

Lookman Otufale            

Kim and Jack Pemment

Maria Rodriguez-Gregg

Nicole Rosko     

Robert Rossi      

Robert Ryan      

Stefanie Fleischer Seldin and Alex Seldin

Sara Sherani      

Lonnie Snyder  

Joanna Strall      

Lauren Swartz  

Nicole Walz        

Rebecca Wanner             

Rob and Katie Young Wildes       

Cynthia Wilson 

Sarah Wood      

Kelly Young        

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