The Crime Victims Fund provides support to victims and families whose lives have been impacted by crime. The Crime Victims Fund operates entirely on funds donated by individuals, businesses and corporations as well as private, corporate and community donations. Because it receives no government funding, it is not subject to the restrictions inherent in some government programs allowing greater flexibility in providing services to victims.
One way you can help support victims in your community is to make a contribution to The Crime Victims Fund. The Crime Victims Fund is recognized by the IRS as a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, and all contributions to it are tax-deductible as allowable by law. You can make a contribution to The Fund online by clicking the button below, or you may mail a check to the following address.
The Crime Victims Fund
1122 Broadway, Suite 200
San Diego, CA 92101
The Crime Victims Fund thanks all those who came out to make this event a success.
“Thank you for your help. My kids were very happy when they saw their new backpacks and school supplies from Crime Victims Fund. You made their days and helped me when I needed it most.”
Click on the video above to learn more about the night in July 2009 when San Diego Charges player Curtis Brinkley was shot three times in an apparent case of mistaken identity. With his career in question, he continued to chase his dream to play in the NFL. Curtis is now doing great, and is a supporter of the Crime Victims Fund.
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