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Support from individual donors and sponsors helps us serve individuals and families break the cycle of domestic violence and help people to achieve self-sufficiency. Thank you for making Granville County a safe, healthly, and vibrant community by supporting Families Living Violence Free — we couldn’t do it without you!


Families Living Violence Free, a 501c3, continues to be the voice for the thousands of silent women, men and children who are victims and survivors in our wonderful county.

These victims suffer and hurt in silence from abuse that is happening inside the four walls of their own home, which should be one of the safest places on earth.


A woman is assaulted or beaten every 9 seconds.

90% of sexual assaults under investigation in Granville County are children under the age of 14.

WILL YOU HELP?                Here’s How.                      Change starts with You.

Make every effort to model respectful, healthy relationships in your personal and public life. Start educating your family, friends, and children about what a healthy community looks like and how we play a role.


A great starting point to getting involved with Families Living Violence Free would be attending our Community Events. Additionally, if you see a victim, please tell them about our services.

Another great way to start participating is placing our information in public areas, businesses, and churches.


We need volunteers for all areas of our work. We can match your talents and interests with tasks that are vital to our mission. For more information please contact Gail Birdsong @

FLVF serves the community of Granville County. It depends on your financial support to provide caring and comprehensive services that helps victims, survivors, and the community at large. Your tax-deductible donation can be made online using the button below or you can sending a check to Families Living Violence Free, P.O. Box 1632, Oxford, NC 27565.

Your tangible expression of care can be made in a variety of ways!

  • Donate Gas or Gift Cards
  • Make an Individual Gift
  • Sponsor a Special Event
  • Remember FLVF in your Estate Planning
  • Designate Families Living Violence Free when you give through United Way


Abuse is a big problem within Granville County. To make real impact, we must increase the level of involvement, care, and resources targeting domestic and sexual abuse. You can help us grow by hosting a house party, or inviting us to present to your business, church, club, or school for presentations and training. To learn more about these unique opportunities, please contact Kellie McDonald @ Kellie.McDo