Safe Passage donations benefit victims and survivors of child abuse, sexual trauma, and domestic violence. Your donation will support a 24 hour shelter program, 24 hour crisis hotline, advocacy, sexual trauma hospital accompaniment and follow up services, support groups,and counseling.
Safe Passage served over 1200 clients last year who found themselves and their families in crisis. Our clients consist of women, men and children of all ages and ethnic backgrounds who are facing daunting life challenges that inevitably impact their safety, stability, health and all-encompassing well-being. Your support will play a key and distinct role in helping these determined individuals reclaim the necessary attributes which ultimately create a recipe for future successes.
There is no way to fully articulate our gratitude for your loyalty. We at Safe Passage are continually inspired by the devotion of donors who continually answer the call to save lives in our community!
HELP SAVE LIVES !
Listed to the right are just a few items that are always needed - every little bit helps to make this a successful environment for our survivors! If you have any questions pertaining to the items listed above or other items that you may be interested in donating, please contact Keymo Walker, Office Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 803-329-3336. Please also remember to check our Facebook page for more current/emergency needs.
Cell Phone Donation
Please donate your old cell phones and smartphones to benefit Safe Passage. Money will be earned for every phone. Help us reach our goal today! Cell phone collection sponsored by Shelter Alliance. 866.704.1003
- Laundry Detergent
- Dishwashing Liquid
- Dishwasher Detergent
- Cleaning Supplies (cleansers, cloths, etc.)
- New Bath and Kitchen Towels
- New undergarments, socks, shoes, clothing
- Toilet Paper/Paper Towels
- Gift Cards
- Copy Paper
- Baby Supplies (bottles, wipes, pacifiers, new clothing)
Child Advocacy Center Needs:
- New toys
- Small figurines (super heroes, trucks, emergency service figures, etc.)