The Giving Circle of Growth

Betty Griffin Center’s mission is to help survivors of domestic and sexual violence navigate through their life-changing traumas to live fulfilling lives on their terms.

Members of the Giving Circle of Growth demonstrate sustaining commitments to the Betty Griffin Center through annual gifts of $1,000.00 or more. Together, we achieve our mission and provide survivors with hope.

By joining the Giving Circle of Growth, your gifts will provide vital shelter, clothing, food, and services such as counseling, recovery care, safety planning, legal representation, and community education. Your gifts ensure that these programs and services continue to help survivors navigate through their life changing traumas to live fulfilling lives on their terms.

Giving Levels and Impact

The Seedling Giving Circle
$1,000 to $2,499 per year

Will support a child living at the shelter with daily activities, childcare, after school activities and/or summer camps.

The Sunlight Giving Circle
$2,500 to $4,999 per year

Will provide critical care, advocacy, and resources to survivors of sexual abuse at the Rape Care Unit.

The Sprout Giving Circle
$5,000 to $9,999 per year

Will provide victims with court advocacy and legal assistance for the injunction process.

The Bloom Giving Circle
$10,000 + per year

Will ensure programs and new projects are supported.

The Gardener Giving Circle
Planned Giving
By remembering Betty Griffin Center in your will or by beneficiary designation from retirement or life insurance, your legacy will continue to help survivors for years to come.

We currently have more than 160 businesses, foundations and individuals who are part of The Giving Circle of Growth.

To make a gift, please go to For more information, please contact Kenlie Herring at (904) 808-8544, ext. 207, or email her at




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Betty Griffin Center
2450 Old Moultrie Rd, Ste. 202,
St. Augustine, FL 32086

M-F 8:30a.m. - 5p.m. (904) 808-8544 -Voice

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The Betty Griffin Center complies with state and federal non-discrimination laws and policies that prohibit discrimination. Our policy is to ensure equal opportunity for all people who have experienced domestic and/or sexual abuse to participate in and benefit from the programs and activities provided. In accordance with federal law and U.S. Department of Justice policy, Betty Griffin Center is prohibited from, discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age or disability.