Would your faith, work, or community group like to support survivors? We have lots of wonderful ways to help. Choose from one of the ideas on this list or reach out to share your other great ideas. Just complete this short form to let us know you’re interested in helping. And we’ll be in touch soon to begin planning with you.
A donation drive to collect new pillows and twin-size beds-in-a-bag is a wonderful way to support survivors. Last year, more than 250 adults and children lived at our emergency shelter. And it’s our goal to welcome every resident with new bedding that they can take with them when it’s safe to exit shelter.
Socks for Survivors
On any given day, about 32 survivors are living at our shelter. That’s 64 feet of different sizes–newborn to adults–and we’re always in need of new socks to keep them warm. A donation drive to collect new socks for adults and children living at our shelter really helps.
It’s a New Day
Each of our shelter residents keeps a little different schedule. Parents with school-age children often wake before the sun rises, while some adults work the evening shift and sleep later into the day. A donation drive to collect alarm clocks helps our shelter residents start their unique day on time.
At the shelter
Your group can help with one or a few of these projects in our shelter: organizing donations of non-perishable items, helping with seasonal facility upkeep, sprucing up landscaping…
On the farm
Lots of group volunteer projects are available on our farm, from helping with day-to-day operations like spreading compost or cover crop to special projects like repairing hoop houses.
Around the property
With 40-acres of rural land, there’s always something that needs attention on the property: fence repairs, fence painting, lawn maintenance, brush removal, and more.