Safe Passage welcomes many types of donations and all donations are tax deductible.
Join our Safe Circle
and give till it doesn’t hurt.
Our Safe Circle is made up of generous community members like you who want to leave a legacy of hope for survivors of domestic violence. Every donation helps provide lasting, meaningful support and resources to support survivors throughout our community. Donations also help to grow Safe Passage programs which include housing, counseling, outreach, safety planning and more. And while every donation big or small helps, we have several levels of giving to show you the kinds of help your gift could provide.
Giving at this level could support the basic needs of 16 survivors for up to one year.
At this level, your donation
could support services like
educational outreach to more than 2,000 area students.
One of the many ways donating at this level could help would be providing counseling services to more than 40 survivors
At this level, your gift goes a long way toward helping us continue our mission. It could provide court advocacy services for 10 survivors.
Safe Passage gladly accepts many types of donations including non-perishable food and new housewares and full-sized personal care products for our shelter.
Individuals and groups
Safe Passage is able to support hundreds of survivors each year thanks to the generosity of people like you. We gladly accept one-time gifts, or if desired, a regularly scheduled contribution can be set up through your bank. We also appreciate endowments, honorariums, memorials and other long-term gifts. Anything you give helps to heal and change lives.
If your company or agency would like to join us in empowering violence survivors and improving communities though prevention education, please consider contributing by becoming a partner sponsor. For more information, contact Executive Director Chauntelle Lieske at email@example.com.
DUE TO HEALTH AND SAFETY, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS MUST BE NEW...
-sweatshirts, sweatpants, T-shirts and athletic shorts
-silverware, dishes and mugs
-general kitchen utensils
-variety of K-cups (for teen clients using services at local high school)
-journals and adult coloring books
Children's Advocacy Center
-kid friendly snacks in individual packages
-journals, notebooks, crayons and coloring books
-teen appropriate books
-puzzles, stress balls and tangle toys
-small stuffed animals or beanie boos
-blank DVD-RW (for recording forensic interviews)