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Event Details

The Someplace Safe Grant County Advocacy Office is gearing up to host the 3rd Annual Sunday Social Distancing Fundraiser and Awareness Event. The event will kick off on Sunday, April 11th in churches throughout Grant County

There are a variety of ways in which your congregation may engage in supporting Someplace and local victim and survivors:

  1. Video Message. I will be providing a short, pre-recorded video that Faith leaders may play for their congregation on April 11th as part of the kick-off. Please reach out to me at deirdre.k@someplacesafe.info so that I may email you the link to the pre-recorded video.
  2. Monetary Gift. You may host a monetary collection throughout April for Someplace Safe. Contributions may be mailed to Someplace Safe at: PO Box 103, Elbow Lake, MN 56531. Donations may also be made online at www.someplacesafe.info/donate (select “Sunday Social Fundraiser” as the designation) or via text message by sending the text “@sps” to 52014.
  3. Collect Items for Clients. Things such as new toiletries, diapers, local gift cards, quilts, and other items are much needed for our clients. If you wish to host a collection of items, I will be in touch with you to arrange for a pick-up of the collection.
  4. Engage Children in Giving. You may also consider assisting children in organizing a coin collection, a collection of items for local children in need, or other creative ideas.

All proceeds from the Sunday Social Distancing Annual Fundraiser and Awareness Event will be used to maintain the programs and service of the Someplace Safe Grant Advocacy Office. Donations are tax deductible, and a receipt will be provided.

For more information visit: deirdre.k@someplacesafe.info 

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