Brave people need giving hearts.
You can help people experiencing, escaping and being impacted by domestic and family violence by giving what's needed.
- 1 in 6 women and 1 in 16 men have experienced physical or sexual violence from a current or previous cohabitating partner1.
- 1 woman is killed every 9 days and 1 man is killed every 29 days by a partner1.
Recent research from the Australian Institute of Criminology2 shows domestic violence has increased in Australian households since the onset of COVID-19. The pandemic has also created extra barriers for people seeking to access support services.
Domestic and family violence doesn't discriminate. It affects all genders, sexual orientations, races, religions and social classes.
Listed below is exactly what survivors need right now.
The list changes as requests are filled, and new needs are identified by support organisations providing essential services. 100% of donated funds received by GIVIT for this appeal will be used to purchase exactly what’s needed by people and communities affected by domestic and family violence. Donate money here.
Every donation helps.
Here's your chance to be part of a giving movement that is truly making a difference to Aussies in need.
Have something to give that's not requested above?
Listing your donation will make it visible and available to charities and support organisations working with people who have been impacted by domestic and family violence.
How simple donations make a difference to people impacted by domestic and family violence
Donations of seemingly basic items can make a big difference to people who are struggling. Here's how a washing machine, a boxing bag, kids bikes, a grocery voucher and a booster seat helped people impacted by domestic and family violence.
IKEA help us give fresh starts to families escaping domestic and family violence in Sydney
After escaping domestic and family violence situations, three separate families in South Western Sydney have been given big boosts as they start from scratch. We teamed up with IKEA Marsden Park, using donated funds from generous Aussies to purchase furniture for three houses' worth of full bedroom fit-outs.