Expanding Horizons for Survivors
Join the Movement: Support Survivors and Help Build a Brighter Future
South Carolina – Together, we can make a difference in the lives of survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. It’s time to take action and support our campaign, “Building Hope: Expanding Horizons for Survivors.”
Currently, Catapult Outreach offers a one-week stay program for domestic violence victims in North Carolina and South Carolina. While this is an essential step towards providing immediate refuge, we have recognized the crucial need for extended stays. A residential home in Chester, South Carolina will bridge this gap, offering survivors a longer-term sanctuary where they can begin their journey towards healing and independence.
The Importance of a Residential Home:
A dedicated residential home will serve as a safe haven for survivors, enabling them to receive the comprehensive support they need. Here, they will have access to counseling services, trauma recovery programs, skill-building workshops, and self-sufficiency training. By investing in a residential home, we can provide an environment conducive to healing, where survivors can regain their confidence and rebuild their lives after the horrors of abuse.
Your Vital Role:
We humbly appeal to your generosity and compassion. Your donation towards the purchase of a residential home will directly impact the lives of domestic violence survivors, offering them a lifeline towards a brighter future. Your contribution will not only provide a physical space but also psychological and emotional stability, empowering survivors to break free from the chains of their past and step into a life filled with hope and possibility.
Transparency and Accountability:
At the Building Hope campaign, we understand the importance of trust and transparency. Rest assured that every penny you donate will be utilized solely for the acquisition of the residential home in Chester, South Carolina. We are committed to ensuring open communication and providing regular updates on the progress of the campaign, so you can witness the direct impact of your generosity.
Call to Action:
Your support is the key to unlocking a brighter future for survivors of domestic violence. Join us in the Building Hope campaign today and be a catalyst for change. Your donation is a lifeline, offering survivors not just a home but a sanctuary for healing and empowerment. Every dollar brings us one step closer to establishing the residential home in Chester, South Carolina.
Together, let’s make a difference and rewrite the stories of countless lives impacted by domestic violence. Click the link below to donate now and be a part of the journey towards a brighter tomorrow.
Building Hope: Expanding Horizons for Survivors
Tracey Jefferson $50.00
Frances Harrison $15.00
Victoria Harris $25.00
Sherry T. Cribb $125.00
Domestic Violence Awareness Fundraiser: A Purple Event
Fundraiser Grand Total $110.00
**Funds are earmarked for victims who call into our 24-Hour Crisis Hotline, assessed to be in imminent danger. They are empowered to decide on a safety plan, enabling them to escape to our Emergency Housing while awaiting a referral to Transitional Centers for Domestic Violence.**
Financial Information and Annual Report
CAS Consultants LLC prepares financial statements for Catapult Outreach.
Charitable nonprofits that expend $750,000 or more in federal funds in a year are subject to special audit requirements.
Audit Required: No state law requirement.
Audit Required: Yes, in certain circumstances, if receiving state funds.
Statute and Description: N.C.G.S. 159-40 | A non-governmental entity that receives $500,000 or more annually in state funds, must submit a “Yellow Book” Audit done by CPA that includes a Schedule of Federal and State Awards. The complete report to the funding agency and to the Office of the State Auditor is due within 9 months of organization’s year end. Note: An A-133 audit may be substituted for the yellow book audit. Additionally, the State Auditor may conduct an investigation of any nonprofit that receives $1,000 or more in state grant funds and in connection with that review counties and municipalities may require nonprofits receiving at least $1,000 in local grants to conduct an independent audit. .