In addition to hosting our own events, New Hope partners with area businesses and organizations to produce “Third-Party Events.”

Third-Party Events are a wonderful way to financially support New Hope while also building awareness for our programs that work to “End Domestic and Sexual Violence in Our Community”.

If you would like to host an event or have an idea for a fundraiser, please give us a call at: 508-226-4015, or e-mail: development@new-hope.org

We look forward to working with you!


Third-Party Ideas:


Awareness Event

You can host an awareness-building event and donate any proceeds (from ticket sales, donations, etc.) to New Hope.


Day of Caring

Looking for a team-building activity?  Host a “Day of Caring” with your organization or employees! Days of Caring help New Hope maintain and refresh its physical properties, which helps keeps our expenses down.  If interested, give us a call or send an email to development@new-hope.org to see what this could look like. (Note: Days of Caring might require CORI Background Checks, Confidentiality Agreements and other paperwork).


Donate “Proceeds From Sales”

Proceeds can come from specific events (i.e. bake sales, yard sales) or from an ongoing initiative (see below). Many organizations offer “Proceeds From Sales” initiatives during Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October), Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (February), and Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April).

   Confidence Beads’ “End Violence Collection” 

beads

Massachusetts-based Confidence Beads created the “End Violence” bead in support of strong, healthy and safe families and communities.

Shop the “End Violence” Collection today and a percentage of your purchase will benefit New Hope programs!


Food Drive

New Hope is always in need of non-perishable food for our shelters and clients. Before beginning your food drive, please contact our main office at new-hope@new-hope.org or 508-226-4015 to coordinate current needs and a drop off time.


“I always wondered why somebody didn’t do something about that. Then I realized I was somebody.”
Lily Tomlin