At The Domestic violence Shelter, we recognize that the quickly changing COVID-19 situation in our community and around the world has created an unprecedented time for everyone — a time that, for many, is filled with uncertainty and strong emotions. The foundation of our organization is built on the power of people to support each other and to be a source of safety, solace, healing and empowerment. So, we remain unequivocally committed to providing the Richland County community with uninterrupted services throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, as we have for over 40 years. We recognize that this is a difficult and overwhelming time for all of us, but we believe in the resiliency and generosity of our community as well as the consummate strength of the people we serve.
As domestic violence rates soar, Richland County needs our services now more than ever. As a donor, you have the power to ensure that our doors remain open and our quality services continue unimpaired by the chaotic times we are living in.
Admittedly, it is difficult to ask for financial support during such a tumultuous time, but we need community support now more than ever. If you can spare a donation to The Domestic Violence Shelter, lives will literally continue to be saved. A gift during a time of crisis is the vote of confidence non-profits need during unstable times and an investment in the future of a domestic violence and/or sexual assault survivor.
24/7 Crisis-line: 1-800-931-SAFE (7233) or 419-774-5840