Below are some amazing events and ongoing initiatives that raise funds to support survivors of domestic violence.
We are grateful for these community partnerships! If you are interested in hosting your own initiative, click here for more info.
SafeHouse Denver is honored to be selected by Dry Dock Brewing Company as their annual charitable partner for 2021 through their Dry Dock Gives program. Support a local business AND discover a new favorite beverage! Dry Dock's Booty Boxes are 12-packs featuring four of their most popular beers. Dry Dock will donate 25 cents from every Booty Box sold in the state of Colorado this year! Those quarters will add up over the course of the year, allowing us to continue supporting survivors on their journey to a life free from domestic violence.
Heading out to do your grocery shopping? Remember to link your King Soopers account to the Community Rewards program! Use organization code XY832 to designate SafeHouse Denver to receive a percentage of your overall spending. Your simple act of grocery shopping will go a long way in supporting survivors of domestic violence!
Shopping for a new home? Rick Avery and his team at The Giving Back Group will donate 20% of any commission they receive to SafeHouse Denver in their client's name. Likewise, Kimberly McAleenan and her team at Conscious Real Estate will donate 10% of their commission in their client's name.
- Have a car you're ready to part with, but don't want the hassle of selling it yourself? Consider donating it to support survivors of domestic violence. We partner with the following companies to make the process easy for you: Cars for Charity, Cars Helping Charities, and Donate for Charity.
- Westerra Credit Union will generously donate $52.80 to SafeHouse Denver for every new account opened! There's no limit to the number of accounts you can open, but you must mention that you'd like the donation to go to us when you open the account. Find a location near you.
- Heather Shore, author and longtime SafeHouse Denver volunteer, is generously donating 10% of proceeds from the sale of her book, Deeply Wounded Hope, to SafeHouse.