1.800.291.2139 - 24/7 HELP LINE

'Tis the Season for our Holiday Program!  

Every December we accept gifts of new clothing, toys and household goods for our Holiday Program. Many families who have experienced domestic abuse have no other resources for the holiday season, so we count on you - our community - to help provide gifts for our clients and their children.
Last year, several hundred individuals were helped by our Holiday Program. With your generosity and support, we can make the holiday season brighter for those whose lives have been shattered by domestic violence. 
Our 2020 Holiday Program will take place December 16th and 17th. To learn more about the program and get involved, visit safeharborsc.org/holiday-program.  
Feeling Thankful for our Friends & Supporters!

Thank you, Safe Harbor Ambassadors! 

Through the many ups and downs of 2020, Safe Harbor Ambassadors have continued to provide hope that we can overcome any challenges that come our way. We wish to extend a warm "thank you" to this group of dedicated volunteers who remain committed to our outreach efforts.
Shadae Boakye-Yiadom, Amika T. Clark, Norma Guzzardo, Tracy Johnson, Anna Kauffmann, Vanesa Rodriguez, and Anju Saxena have helped raise awareness about domestic violence by contributing to outreach events and rallies, blog posts, survivor sharing pieces and virtual community conversations and webinars.
We are extremely grateful to our Ambassadors for helping make this year's outreach efforts successful, despite the many challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We want to give a special thanks to Amika and Shadae, who have gone above and beyond this year in leading efforts to shed light on domestic violence in our communities. Thanks to Ambassadors like them, we are able to further our reach in the community, dispell myths about domestic violence and help survivors connect to our services. 
If you are interested in learning more or becoming a Safe Harbor Ambassador, please reach out to Ana Castellanos at ana.castellanos@safeharborsc.org.  

Thank you, Jade! 

Jade Grant has been an intern with Safe Harbor during the Fall of 2020. She is a dual major at Greenville Tech, studying Human Services and working towards an Associate of Arts. Jade is interested in advocacy, specifically dealing with children.
"I knew I wanted to intern at Safe Harbor a few years ago after my best friend almost lost her life to domestic violence. Safe Harbor does so much to be a part of the solution for domestic violence and I want to be a part of that. Safe Harbor truly embodies a healing atmosphere, and interning here has reignited a passion in me to keep hoping for change. I do what I do because I believe that ripples of hope can create waves of change." -Jade Grant
It has been a pleasure to have Jade with us this semester, and we wish her all the best in her future endeavors! Read more about her experience interning with Safe Harbor on our blog.

Thank you, Clemson Alpha Chi Omega! 

During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the sisters of Clemson Alpha Chi Omega (AXO) hosted their annual "Walk-A-Mile (In Her Shoes)" event to benefit Safe Harbor. They knocked their $10,000 fundraising goal out of the park and raised over $17,000 in their first-ever virtual event!
Through fundraising, volunteering in our shelters, and spreading awareness about domestic violence via social media campaigns, the sisters of AXO have been incredible partners and we are grateful for their continuing support!   

Safe Harbor Resale Shop

December Happenings

Now at 2830 Wade Hampton Blvd.
1st - 5th: 25% OFF all home decor 
7th-12th: All books just $0.50
14th-19th: 50% OFF all Christmas items 
21st-23rd: 50% OFF dresses and coats 
28th-31st: 75% OFF all Christmas items
Shop will be CLOSED December 24-26th 

To stay up to date with the latest happenings, be sure to follow Safe Harbor Resale Shop on Facebook @safeharborresaleshop and Instagram @safeharbor.resaleshop.

Violence Against American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Women

November was National Native American Heritage Month and we used the occasion to center the elevated rates of violence against Native women on our social media.
The disparities are troubling but, at Safe Harbor, we feel we must address inequalities.
"You cannot dismantle what you cannot see. You cannot challenge what you do not understand." -Layla F. Saad 
  • More than 4 in 5 (84.3%) American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) women have experienced violence in their lifetime. 
  • More than half of AI/AN women (55.5%) have experienced physical violence by intimate partners in their lifetime.
  • Almost half of AI/AN women (48.8%) have been stalked in their lifetime. 
Learn More
Safe Harbor Response to COVID-19
Twitter Facebook Instagram YouTube
powered by emma
Subscribe to our email list.