Donate

When you choose to invest in our agency through a monetary donation it offers us to be responsive to a victim in every conceivable way. We are able to use every dollar to make a difference for individuals and families in crisis because of domestic abuse, sexual assault, and human trafficking.

50% of our programs are funded by community support and dollars allow us to buy the things we need, flex our service capacity, and provide the support needed as it comes through the door.

As we know that every single situation is different - which means the needs of victims are different – and monetary donations allow us to do what we need to do – when we need to do it. It is essential to the crisis work that we do every day.

You can donate in the following ways:

Make a Monetary Donation 

Safe harbor relies on support from the community to continue to provide our life-changing programs. Your financial support enables Safe harbor to meet the wide variety of emergency and basic human needs for adults and children escaping domestic violence. Monetary donations help us make our community a safer, more equitable place for everyone.  Click Here.

S.O.S - Supply Our Shelter 

Donations of food, personal care items, clothing and cleaning supplies help keep our shelter running and make all the difference in the lives of adults and children seeking relief from domestic violence and sexual assault. Reach out to Ryan 920.452.8611 x311 to learn more about what our current needs are, how our donation process works and how to start an item drive in your school, business, club or workplace.  Some of our general and ongoing needs are listed below:

General Supplies: Gift Cards (Walmart, grocery, gas), Paper Towels, Toilet Paper, General Cleaning Spray,Carpet Cleaner, Feminine Products (Pads & Tampons), Magic Cleaning Erasers, Kleenex, 13-Gallon White Garbage Bags, Laundry detergent (pods are best), Bleach, Dryer Sheets, brooms/mops, air fresheners, baby monitors

Bedding: pillowcases, twin sheets, quilts, bath towels and wash clothes, Laundry Baskets

Comfort/Stress Relievers: Earbuds, fidget spinners, stress balls, earplugs, slippers, bathrobes

Medicine: Emergen-C, Pedialyte, baby aspirin, pain relievers

Food:

  • Ground Beef
  • Juice
  • Spices, salt/pepper, sugar
  • Fresh Fruits
  • Fresh Veggies
  • Frozen Pizzas
  • Cheese
  • Deli Meats
  • Canned fruits
  • Butter
  • Snacks for kids
  • Coffee Creamer
  • Bottled water

 

Event Sponsorship/Tickets to the event

Businesses looking to get involved can learn about event sponsorship opportunities contact Laura Roenitz at 920.452.8611 x303 for information about our Men Who Cook event.  Also, think about an item drive or on-site fundraiser at your place of business. Contact us at Info@sheboygansafeharbor.org for more information. Buy Tickets for 2019 event on the EVENT tab of our website.   

Adopt a Holiday 

Provide the supplies, food, and other materials necessary to celebrate a diverse set of holidays inside the walls of our shelter. Learn more about how to Adopt-a-Holiday by contacting us at Info@sheboygansafeharbor.org for more information.

Community Hosted Events

Community events help raise important awareness about domestic violence and funds for Safe Harbor. Community support is essential to us. Your support of these events, both financially and with attendance enables Safe Harbor to meet a wide variety of emergency needs for adults and children escaping domestic violence. It helps increase awareness of the issues around domestic violence and sexual assault and helps to lower the stigma of getting help for this complex issue. All of these ways help us make our community a safer place for everyone.

LISTEN

Help kids find support as they heal from the effects of violence. Donate here.

Kids are hurt by words or physical violence in their lives. “Listen” is an initiative that empowers children to speak out about the violence they are experiencing in their lives. The purpose of the project is to let kids know they are not alone and there are ways to heal from this “Listen” provides helpful, supportive, and accessible resources for kids. Click here to access the Listen website and information.