Donate To Maryland Crime Victims' Resource Center

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Donate To Maryland Crime Victims' Resource Center

As a non-profit organization, our services are free, but we rely on individual and community support to accomplish our mission. Your donations make all of these free services to victims of crime possible.

Your donation is appreciated to maintain and allow our programs to grow and continue serving our community. We also offer membership to those who would like to stay informed and involved with The Center on a regular basis. (Membership)

    Ways to support the agency:

  • Monetary Donation – Make a donation in memory of a loved one or to honor someone (whether for a promotion, anniversary, etc.) by mail or use the any of the donate buttons below.
  • To make a donation by mail please make check payable to “Maryland Crime Victims Resource Center” and mail to “1001 Prince George’s Blvd, Ste 750, Upper Marlboro, MD 20774″.

  • Cars 4 Causes – you may donate cars or boats to Cars 4 Causes
  • Network for Good – Make a monetary donation through Network for Good
  • Switch Energy Providers – Signing up to Veridian and designating MCVRC can lower your monthly BG&E/Pepco electricity bill while supporting MCVRC’s vital mission. Doing so will result in a reduced rate and savings for you. In addition, $2 per month donation by Viridian to MCVRC each time you pay your utility bill! There are no enrollment, cancellation or other fees. For more information, or to enroll, visit: or call 866-663-2508. Use the Code 14869. Please contact us with any questions.
  • Notecards, Greeting Cards, & Holiday Cards – These cards feature Stephanie Roper’s original artwork or other local artists who have donated their work to our cause. Click here to learn more about the notecard project or see available designs.
    Please designate MCVRC for:

  • Maryland Charity Campaign 1212 – allows Maryland State Employees and Retirees to give to over 700 participating charitable organizations.
  • United Way of Central Maryland 5442 – Provides funding to organizations who are dedicated to helping individuals and families who are vulnerable and at risk meet their emergency needs, stabilize their lives and ultimately achieve a better quality of life.
  • United Way of the National Capital Area 9325 – Provides funding to organizations who Focus on the critical areas of Education, Income and Health

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