Our 2018 Santa Store Christmas Event was a success. We were able to provide toys and gifts to children and teens whose families were receiving our services this time of year.

Thank you to all who donated money or gifts to make this possible!

We are always in need of tangible donations for our shelter as well as monetary donations! See below for examples of shelter donations. 

 

For monetary donations, checks can be made out to Domestic Violence Prevention, Inc.

 

Thank You!

 

DVP's Emergency Shelter Needs Donations:

 

Bath towels

Clothing

Toiletry items

Cleaning products

Batteries

Garbage bags

 

 

You can deliver the items to our office at 424 Spruce St. 

We need donations for informational and

promotional items:

 

These are ssed for all of our community events as well as reminder mementos to raise awareness and promote prevention.

 

 

 

We also need donations for media campaigns:

 

Media is a intregal part of building awareness and reaching out to those in need. The support of our  community help us reach victims we may not have been able to

otherwise. 

DVP, Inc has been operating since 1979 serving thousands of families with resources, support, legal and recovery assistance from the various forms of domestic violence.

 

We are funded by Federal and State grants, United Way, other various domestic violence funding streams and local donors in our region who make our operation possible.

 

Our monthly and regular donors include churches, businesses, social/civic organizations, private individuals and families.

 

All donations are elgible for tax deductions with the highest standards maintained for our fiscal integrity.

 

 

Recent TOP (largest)sponsors/donors of DVP, Inc:

 

Businesses/

Organizations/

Clubs:

Aloha Aire

Barry Insurance

Basic Software Systems

BWI

Christus St. Michael

Class at Wiliams Memorial

First Baptist Moore's Lane

Guarantee Bank & Trust

Gray's Jewelers

Junior League of TXK.

Moses Building and Rental

NAIFA (special thanks to David Mims for this)

Offenhauser & Co.

Phares Rental Properties

ReNew Medical Spa

Texarkana Cardiology

Texarkana Tractor Co.

Texas A&M-T

T-Town Girls

Wadley Regnl. Med. Cntr.

Women's Clan of Atlanta

York Pecan Co.

 

Individuals:

Beverly Phare

Paula Thomas

Barbra Snider

Carol Racheotes

Cindy Malone

Debbie Leonard

Dr. Gary Stading

Glen Moses

James McKinney

Jan Wilson

Jeff Prieskorn

John & Suzy Heath

Joseph & Nancy Robbins

Mavour Lucy

Melissa Johnston

Miller County Circut Clerks

Mr. & Mrs. Philip McCoy

Patricia Thompson

Rebekah Bailey

Robert Irwin

Rodney & Debra Sullivan

Roy & Carolyn Folse

Ted Capeheart

Terri Peavy

You're not alone!

 

24 Hour Crisis Line

903-793-HELP (4357)

 

Confidential, Caring & Considerate

resource for those experiencing any form of sexual assault and domestic violence.

 

If you are in immediate danger, please call 9-1-1

Resource Links:

Safety Plan Check List

 

DV & Drug Addiction 

 

Resources for Survivors

 

Learn the TX Facts

 

Safety Plan

 

Child Welfare

 

Brochures

 

Parents

 

We have a resource center with dozens of information brochures for you to have.