Your financial gifts allow SafeHaven to continue serving women and children fleeing domestic violence in the Tarrant County community. You can donate online or by calling Emily Hancock at 817-502-7126. Together we are saving lives!
Change Makers Club
Change Makers Club members are crucial to our mission at SafeHaven. By making a weekly or monthly recurring donation, SafeHaven can count on your contribution when making decisions. On our online donation form make sure to check recurring donation and choose weekly or monthly in the drop-down tab.
You can help SafeHaven end domestic violence by becoming a member of the SafeFutures Society! Members of the SafeFutures Society are imperative to the success of SafeHaven and offer our agency support for the vital services we provide. For more information, please contact Emily Hancock at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-502-7126.
Honor or memorialize a loved one by making a gift to SafeHaven, and we will send your loved one or family member a card acknowledging your gift. In the comment section of our donation form, please note that it's a tribute gift and be sure to include a mailing address for the card. For more information, please contact Emily Hancock at email@example.com or 817-502-7126.
Leave A Legacy
Leave a lasting legacy and continue supporting women and children fleeing domestic violence for years to come. Talk with your financial advisor to set up a plan regarding general bequests, donating mineral rights, donating a 401K, etc. Donors are encouraged to talk with SafeHaven's Chief Sustainability Officer (Megan Bent: firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-502-7150) or Chief Financial Officer (James Askey: email@example.com or 817-502-7123).
Third Party Fundraisers
If you are interested in hosting your own fundraiser to support SafeHaven, we are excited to have your support! In order to apply to host a fundraiser, please read the guidelines on our Third Party Fundraising page. If you have additional questions, please contact Brittany Hickcox at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-502-7132.