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NNEDV and Ring Device Donation Program and Resources

In November 2022, Ring, whose mission is to make neighborhoods safer, announced a donation of up to 10,000 home security devices to support survivor safety across the U.S. This program is in collaboration with the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), one of the nation’s leading voices for domestic violence victims and their advocates. 

Ring is donating Video Doorbells, Security Cameras, and a free Ring Protect Plan subscription for the life of each device to eligible organizations to share with survivors on a case-by-case basis. NNEDV, along with TechSoup, the leading nonprofit network facilitating distribution and adoption of technology solutions, will implement the national donation program and validate organization eligibility. Devices will be sent directly to verified survivor-serving organizations to supplement their services. The application process will include sharing privacy and security best practices with organizations to ensure advocates can effectively counsel survivors about using the devices.

Shipping Costs and Other Fees: Shipping costs for devices are also donated by Ring. TechSoup charges a one-time $8 per device administrative fee to cover their operating cost. Since devices are provided in six-unit bundles, that amounts to a $48 administrative fee per bundle. No portion of this fee goes to Ring or NNEDV.

Your donation can help change the lives of survivors.

 

 

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