Partners & Funders

Federal, State and Local Government

Smart Start

Support services to children ages 0-5 who have been exposed to domestic violence, including our shelter counselor and our home-based parent-child counseling services.

DELTA (through the NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence)

Supports the efforts of the Coalition for Family Peace to promote domestic violence prevention.

Sexual Assault Services Program (through the NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault)

Supports our 24-hour crisis line.

Chatham County

Supports our resource development efforts, including our Volunteer Coordinator and our Development Coordinator.

Chatham County Schools

Supports our school-based efforts to prevent domestic and sexual violence.

NC Council for Women/Domestic Violence Commission

Provides state grants to support domestic violence services, sexual assault services and displaced homemaker services.

Office on Violence Against Women (Legal Assistance to Victims Grant Program)

Supports legal representation for victims.

Family Violence Prevention and Services

Supports our shelter, advocacy and counseling services.

Emergency Shelter Grant

Supports shelter services.

Office on Violence Against Women (Rural Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking Assistance Program)

Supports our Siler City Office including our outreach to the Latino Community. Also supports the development of a Sexual Assault Team.

Governor’s Crime Commission

Victim of Crime Act funds support victim services, including advocacy, 24-hour crisis. Recovery Act funding supports counseling and mental health services for victims.

Arrest Grant

We are part of a collaboration with our three law enforcement agencies to increase the effectiveness of our justice system response. This supports our court advocacy program, the Coalition’s Criminal Justice Task Force, and community professional training.

North Carolina Division of Public Health

Rape Prevention Education supports sexual assault prevention programming, including our school program and MOST Clubs. Rape Crisis Services supports crisis services and advocacy for victims of sexual assault

Foundation and Private

Mary Kay Ash Foundation

Supports shelter and services for victims of domestic violence.

Carolina Meadows

Supports fundraising, newsletters, public relations and information technology support.

Chapel of the Cross

Supports shelter operations.

Triangle Community Foundation

The Community Grantmaking Program supports the efforts of the Coalition for Family Peace.

The Women of Fearrington

Supports Camp Dragonfly, our summer day camp for children ages 6-12 who have experienced domestic violence.

The Bennett Family Foundation

Supports our services to the Latino community.

United Way of Chatham County

Supports our crisis services by providing the match for our AmeriCorps members and supports the shelter.

Ed and Mary Holmes Family Fund

Supports general operations of the agency.

Elizabeth and Julian Wachs Fund

Supports general operations of the agency.

Grace Jones Richardson Trust

Supports children's programs and our shelter .

The Carlsen Fund

Supports our shelter and general operations of the agency.

Wide Waters Fund

Supports general operations of the agency.

Community Support

Local Businesses

From placing our fliers to selling raffle tickets, Chatham County businesses support FVRC. We are so grateful for all the help!


Local churches in Chatham and the surrounding counties help us by providing meeting space, granting our clients direct assistance funds, holding clothing and supply drives, and granting us general support funds.

and YOU!

Funding from loyal supporters allows us to keep our services in place, even during dips in government funding. We thank you for your diligent support and for always answering the call. Whether you can give $1 or $1,000, you can make an impact. Click here to read more about donating to FVRC.

Family Violence & Rape Crisis Services

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Pittsboro Main Office

200 East Street, Pittsboro, NC 27312

Office : 919.542.5445 |

Other Locations & Information

24-hr Crisis Line: 919.545.0224 (Se habla esp.)