For fifty years, we’ve been helping people affected by domestic violence in Penobscot and Piscataquis counties find peace and safety. Our founders were trailblazers – forming the first domestic violence resource centers in Maine (Spruce Run in 1973 and Womancare in 1979) and the third in the country.
Since day one, this work has been possible because of contributions from invested community members like you. Your donations ensure that a compassionate, highly-trained advocate is always available to listen and safety plan with people whose lives are at risk, 24 hours a day.
With your help, we will continue to lift up the voices of domestic violence survivors for fifty more. Please consider a gift of significance to celebrate this milestone anniversary.
Use the secure donation form below or mail a check to Partners for Peace, PO Box, 653, Bangor, ME 04402
We hope you’ll consider making your gift recurring monthly as a Perennial Partner. Our goal is to inspire gifts from fifty new Perennial Partners this year. We’ll happily send you a 50th-anniversary commemorative sticker as a special thank you!
We are in search of business sponsors for our 50th Anniversary event on October 6, 2023 at the Cross Insurance Center. Learn more on our event sponsor page!
Other Ways To Support Survivors
- Donate to the Marilyn Bird Legacy Fund. Your gift goes directly to survivors of domestic violence in need of financial assistance.
- Collect and donate items from our Wish List.
- Share your story to Our Collective Story Project.
- Apply to volunteer or work at Partners for Peace.
- If you are interested in giving your time, talents, or partnering in other ways, we want to hear your ideas! Please email Casey Faulkingham at: email@example.com
Your contributions are tax-deductible. Partners for Peace is an exempt non-profit organization as described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; EIN 01-0358090. Partners for Peace proudly adheres to the principles laid out by the Association of Fundraising Professionals in their Donor Bill of Rights.