A Safe Place 22nd Annual Drive Out Domestic Violence Golf Outing, will be taking place on Monday, August 19th (12:30 pM - 6:30 pM). Enrollment Opening Soon!

Wish List

Thank you for helping us meet the everyday basic needs of our clients. Because these needs can change so often, our Social Media platforms will have our most current needs posted for you to see.

 

General Wish List

Please note that we are still unable to accept women’s and children’s used clothing due to COVID-19 restrictions. Download our General Wish List here:

We are always in need of target, walmart, aldi, visa and gas gift cards.

General Needs Amazon List

Infant Amazon List

Housekeeping Amazon List

Personal Care Amazon List

Linens Amazon List

You may also shop at domesticshelters.org.

 

Holiday Wish List

 

For furniture, household goods and other donation information, please contact our In-Kind Donation Specialist at 847-731-7165 x 1025.

 

How does an in-kind donation impact our survivors? Here’s Debra’s* Story:

“Please tell them that our baby that is expected had her first day with mama having no stress about how to provide for her. Please tell them that the girls wanted to bring it [the items they took] all back so the baby could have more, and we got to tell them that A Safe Place gave us more than we all need and because of them our little baby will never be without anything and neither will they.
The girls cried and hugged the things they had chosen.
Please tell them that my mother told us she was thankful to experience the genuine hearts of people who care in a world that has only abused her.
Do the people who give understand that a box of diapers or a few pieces of baby clothes bring us hope? Do they understand that knowing someone cares about what we are going through helps us believe we will make it ok?
Tell them thank you. Tell them we will never forget them for this.” 

When you are a survivor, sometimes it’s the little things that keep you from making a full break. It may be the need for diapers that has you returning, or knowing your child doesn’t have a bed to sleep on that makes you try and work things out again. When we can help provide for the basic needs, it gives those fighting for a new way of life another piece of hope that can help them to keep walking.

 

Please note that we are currently not accepting any used clothing

A Safe Place keeps our costs down by asking our donors to bring items to our facilities. Unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to do pick-ups.

It is highly recommended that you call before making a donation. Donations that do not meet health and safety standards or the needs of A Safe Place will not be accepted.

For more information, please contact our In-Kind Donation Specialist
(847) 731-7165 ext. 1025
info@asafeplaceforhelp.org

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