We Rely On You
All too often, we hear victims lament, “No one was listening to what I wanted.” We hear offenders who seem stuck, “I messed up but I don’t know what to do now.” And police officers tell us, “I’m looking for another option.” With your help, we can offer restorative justice in response to these appeals.
If you share this vision, we need your help. Here are ways you can support restorative justice:
Click here to make an online donation by credit card (American Express, Discover, Mastercard, Visa).
Donate by Mail
Write a check to “Communities for Restorative Justice” and mail it to P.O. Box 65, Concord, MA 01742.
Donate by Phone
Call 978.318.3447 to speak with C4RJ staff and make a donation with a credit card.
Donate with a Gift of Stock
Making a gift of stock is a great way to support C4RJ without affecting your cash flow. Offer this document to your broker or call 978.318.3447 for further information.
Match Your Donation
Many corporations offer matching donation programs. If your company matches personal contributions to charities, you may be able to increase your gift by completing a matching form. Check with your Human Resource Department to see if your employer supports 501(c)3 charitable organizations.
Donate to THRIVE Communities
THRIVE Communities is an independent program but fiscal agent of C4RJ. You can learn more about their program at www.thrivema.org or make a tax deductible donation to their work here.
"...People Shouldn't Be Defined by their Worst Moments"
Watch this video to learn why donors have supported C4RJ in their giving. Their interview, paired with others of a volunteer and community members, is part of a longer piece called "Finding Courage: Addressing Harm with Restorative Justice Circles" also available on YouTube.
Donations are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by the IRS. Communities for Restorative Justice holds 501(c)3 status. To download a pdf of C4RJ's IRS tax status, click here. C4RJ honors all requests for anonymity. Please be sure to tell us if you would prefer to not be named as a supporter in our print or online publications.