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Nonprofits welcome to apply for Purple Purse Challenge

Organizations serving domestic violence survivors with financial empowerment services are welcome to apply by August 1 for this friendly fundraising competition.

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We're challenging nonprofits to change lives.

Each October, the Purple Purse Challenge unites nonprofits in a competition to raise funds for life-changing services to help domestic violence survivors. Held during Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Challenge offers incentives and prizes that benefit the winning organizations.

Who can apply?

Any registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit serving domestic violence survivors with financial empowerment services can apply. Application for next year's Challenge opens in Spring 2018.

How does it work?

Nonprofits compete to raise funds for their organization. Each team has the opportunity to win cash prizes to further their organization's efforts — plus weekly Bonus Challenges that offer extra chances to win.

Individuals' support drives results.

Anyone can contribute. Choose an organization in your own community or opt to "donate all" and the funds will be distributed to all qualifying nonprofits.

See the impact your organization could make.

Each year, the Purple Purse Challenge makes an impact that participants and survivors alike can see and feel.

220

nonprofits competed in 2017

$3.5MM

raised in 30 days

15K

donors in 2017

Introducing our 2017 Challenge winners

All donations help support domestic violence organizations nationwide, including the 2017 Challenge winners.

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YWCA Evanston North Shore

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Division II

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