Donate Money

One of the many ways an abuser controls their victim is by restricting their access to financial

resources, which can be a huge barrier to escaping. Luckily, all of The Haven’s services

are provided free of charge to anyone seeking help.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By donating to The Haven, you are helping us provide essential services to individuals and

families in need. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowable by law.

Any donation makes a huge difference!

 

Here are some ways that you can support our work:

Donate Needed Items

The Haven relies on donations of much needed items to help with the daily upkeep of the shelter and supporting the individuals and families we serve:

  • $25 Walmart Gift Cards

  • AA Batteries

  • Frozen Dinners (Individual)

  • Canned Beans

  • Snacks (Individual)

  • Canned Soups

  • Canned Vegetables

  • 13-Gallon Trash Bags

  • Disposable Face Masks (adults & children)

You can also purchase from our Amazon needs list

by clicking here!

​In addition to the above, The Haven could use the items below to support our children's programming:

  • Plastic Treat Bags

  • Glow in the Dark Eggs

  • Candy, Candy, Candy!

  • Small Glow Sticks, Glow Bracelets,  Glow in the Dark Necklaces and Glasses, Toys 

  • 40 Small Bottles of Glow in the Dark Puff Paint

  • 20 Black Canvas Bags

  • $25 Walmart Gift Cards (for Halloween Costumes for kids)

If it makes it easier for you, Walmart and Amazon gift cards donations would be extremely helpful. Our staff can purchase these items. If interested, please donate these items by Friday, October 15th.

No person deserves to be abused.

Everyone deserves healthy relationships.

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