Thank you to the above organizational sponsors, as well as countless individual supporters.
Everyone is instinctively aware that nonprofits heavily rely on charitable gifts. But what is the impact of your contribution?
- 5.5 percent of the nation’s entire GDP is contributed by the output of nonprofits.
- According to the National Center for Charitable Statistics, 13.5 million people are employed by nonprofits or approximately 10 percent of the workforce of the United States.
- In 2009, volunteer activity comprised 8.1 billion hours of service, valued at $169 billion dollars.
In our short, three-year existence, the CVHR has helped numerous clients representing great demographic diversity, as well as great diversity with regard to legal issues. We have worked with victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, survivors of homicide, as well as other human rights issues. We have assisted clients from all corners of the Earth, from Latinos from many different Latin American countries, to Asians and Africans, as well as domestic residents in the United States. We have helped the young and the old and many with children.
Globally, the CVHR is part of a community and seeks to contribute to that community. We cannot do our work without the support and efforts of our governmental and nongovernmental partners. Below is a list of some of our current operational partners:
- Crime Victim Care of Allen County
- Immigrant Welcome Center
- Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence
- Latino Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
- Turning Point Domestic Violence Services
- Marion County Prosecutor’s Office
- Madison County Prosecutor’s Office
- Indiana Criminal Justice Institute
- Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
And many others….
Thanks also to our individual contributors whose support has greatly impacted our work.
- Mr. & Mrs. P.V. Krishnayya
- T. J. Bruckert
- Joe and Ruth Hooker and family
- Jim and Cynthia Jordan Brady