If you are a business or organization that would like to support Hope's Door New Beginning Center, keep scrolling to discover the appropriate representative to contact.
In addition to the generous individuals who give, corporations and organizations also make our mission possible.
We are proud to work with incredible corporate and community partners who share our commitment to building a future without domestic violence! Each year, gifts from businesses help fund a substantial portion of our emergency shelter and supportive programs—helping survivors find the safety, hope, and independence they deserve. Your gifts truly make a difference, and there are many ways to get involved. Sponsoring one of our fundraising events not only helps generate funding for our programs but also provides positive marketing and awareness for your business. Click here to see what’s coming up! Contact Mary Elaine Benton at (972) 422-2911 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Tapestry of Hope is our signature fundraising event of the year. Each September we are graced with the new fall fashions in a professionally produced fashion show that has been described as the best fashion show in Collin County. Guests enjoy boutique shopping and lunch with the show. Sponsorships are available at every level providing recognition for your company to 400 attendees.
Host a brown bag lunch or information session at your office or ours. Our team would be delighted to lead a session about responding to domestic abuse in the workplace.
HDNBC encourages companies to join with their employees to support charitable organizations with a matching gift program.
There are countless ways that your team can volunteer for Hope’s Door New Beginning Center and help survivors. We can also tailor a volunteer drive especially for your group! Learn more about volunteering here, or contact Beth Leos at email@example.com or (972) 422-2911.
Does your organization have a foundation? Many times, foundations require referrals by their employees. Corporate Foundations have the opportunity to allocate funds to specific programs, general operating support, or special events. Contact Mary Elaine Benton at 972-422-2911 or click the button below to send her a message.
HDNBC proudly serves anyone impacted by domestic abuse, family violence, or teen dating abuse regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, disability, immigration status, primary language, or sexuality.
Multigenerational families with kids (and adults) of all ages are supported. We can also provide safety for pets.