Join Us In the Fight Against Domestic Violence

By donating to ACADV, you join a compassionate community dedicated to creating a safer future for all. Your generosity enables us to provide vital resources, support services, and advocacy efforts that empower survivors and drive lasting change. Every contribution, regardless of size, matters. Join us today by making a donation and taking a stand against domestic violence.

ACADV is a Registered Nonprofit

As a 501c3 organization, we provide tax receipts for eligible donations, ensuring your generosity is recognized. By donating to ACADV, you empower survivors of domestic violence and maximize the impact of your contribution.

Ways to Give

One-time Gifts

are transfers of cash, real estate, securities, or other assets.

Give online

Donate securely through our online form below

Give by mail

Make checks payable to:
124 W. Capitol Ave.
Suite 885
Little Rock, AR 72201

Give by phone

Call us at:
501-907-5612 Ext 2007

You can deduct annual cash gifts (checks, credit card, etc.) up to 39.6 percent of adjusted gross income annually. On a $10,000 annual cash gift in the 30 percent tax bracket, you can save up to $3,000 in taxes, annually.

Monthly Partnership

We depend on our monthly partners to provide foundational funding that we can depend on as we continue to provide comprehensive domestic violence shelter support, fight for laws that protect dv victims and educate our community Statewide through our in depth trainings. We can’t do what we do without our partners.

Click recurring in the dropdown with your gift amount in the online giving form.

Legacy Giving

or deferred gifts are gifts planned through your last will and testament, estate gifts, or trust. A gift by will can name a specific property, a certain cash amount, or a percentage of an estate.

Legacy Giving Language

Give via bequests, trusts, or estate giving. Download sample bequest language here.

Additional Ways to Give

Real Estate

Donating commercial or residential real estate entitles the owner to a tax deduction for the property’s full fair appraised market value while also avoiding capital gains tax.

We encourage you to visit with your financial and accounting advisors as you consider your philanthropic plans.


  1. Appreciated Stock: Appreciated stock (held more than one year) makes an excellent gift. You avoid all capital gain taxes which are 20% and 15% depending on income bracket; and you receive a charitable tax deduction on the entire value of the stock gifted.  The gift is valued on the day that it is signed over to the Arkansas Foodbank.  The stock must be signed over to the nonprofit before it is sold or the donor loses significant tax benefits.
  2. IRA Account: Those who are 70½ and older can direct up to $100,000 of their IRA distributions to charity, annually. The money given to the charity will count toward a person’s required minimum distribution, and it won’t increase a person’s adjusted gross income or generate a tax bill.
  3. Bonds, Mutual Funds: Bonds and mutual funds are similar to cash in their tax treatment. State, Municipal, and U.S. Government Bonds are welcome.
  4. CD’s, Saving Accounts, Brokerage Accounts, and Checking Accounts with P.O.D. provisions: The P.O.D. stands for Payable on Death. You retain full ownership and full control during your life. At your death, the account balance is paid to your named beneficiary (nonprofit) immediately and without probate.