Thank you for visiting our 40-4-40 Campaign webpage! SafeHouse Denver is so grateful for YOU – our supporters – and we want to
celebrate our 40th Anniversary with you.
Although you see a
financial goal on this page, our actual
goal is to have 40 supporters participate on each of 4 days in honor of
40 years of service: 40-4-40! To help us reach our goal of 40
participants on each day, please make a gift of any amount to
support survivors of domestic violence. All funds will help provide safe shelter, access to resources, counseling and advocacy services, and more.
Are you ready to help survivors of domestic violence by
participating in the 40-4-40 Campaign? Just click the ‘Contribute Now’
button and make a difference today! ABOUT SAFEHOUSE DENVER
SafeHouse Denver was established in October, 1977 as an emergency shelter for
women and children fleeing domestic abuse. Community professionals were working
with a large number of women on a variety of issues and found that in many
cases the underlying problem was domestic violence, yet there was no safe place
for these women to go. SafeHouse was born out of this need for an emergency
shelter for women and children living with domestic violence. In 1993,
recognizing that shelters solve only part of the problem, SafeHouse extended
its programming by providing non-residential counseling and advocacy services
and expanding its community education efforts.
Throughout its 40 year history, SafeHouse Denver has been proactive in
identifying and addressing community needs, thoughtfully expanding early
intervention, education, outreach an collaborative efforts, especially for
populations at high-risk for domestic violence.
Today, SafeHouse Denver is the only agency in the City and County of Denver
providing both emergency shelter and non-residential programming specifically
for adults, children and youth who are victims of domestic violence.