As we round the corner on a full year of living through a pandemic, it is clear that staying home has kept so many safe.
We need your help to reach those who need us the most: survivors of domestic violence who are in even more danger as they self-isolate at home.
Any normal year, we would be welcoming you for a night of food, drink, speeches, and celebration with the goal to raise critical funds to sustain the RESPOND shelter, counseling, and case management services.
Instead, we hope you will join us for our Safer at Home “No Gala” Gala, culminating at our (non)event on April 30. Survivors need your help to stay safer at home.
That’s right! No cocktails! No event speakers! No awards!
But we are still coming together because – this year – survivors need your help more than ever.
We look forward to being together again soon. In the meantime, you can give survivors in our community what they need to weather this storm. By staying home, you are ensuring that survivors are staying safer at home, too.
Your gift means a teen calling our support line reaches a compassionate and trained counselor, that a family moving out of shelter has access to dedicated housing advocacy, that a survivor has someone to support them as they navigate filing a police report and going to court. And so much more.
Your gift means so much.
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to our generous sponsors for keeping survivors Safer at Home!
|East Cambridge Savings Bank||Mintz|
|The Castle Island Group at Morgan Stanley|
|Somerville Kiwanis Club||W. J. McDonough Fence|
|Dunkin Donuts and The Leo Organization||Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services|
|Marathon Moving Company, Inc.|