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How to Give to Safenet Services and Help Victims of Domestic Violence
Generosity is a wonderful characteristic of our community. We remain grateful for all the gifts of expertise, time and dollars that Safenet clients receive from our friends in Rogers and Mayes Counties. And, we rely on that same help to continue our mission to end domestic violence for the women and children in Oklahoma.
We all recognize that the need is great. One in 4 women are victims of domestic violence. It is often a hidden problem, but the more we know and talk about domestic violence openly, the better chance we have to stop it in its tracks—before someone is severely hurt or killed. Young people who witness domestic violence are prone to repeat the cycle, but it isn’t a given. You make the difference changing lives through your support.
Make a Gift of Cash
You can also Download a printable donation card mail your tax-deductible donation to:
Safenet Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 446
Claremore, OK 74018
When you give to Safenet, whether it be a donation of cash or goods or a gift of your time, you can be assured your gift will be both honored and used wisely.
A 7-year-old girl, while living in the Safenet shelter, drew a picture of a star and wrote…
“This is a star to make a wish on. I would wish for a house where nobody cried, they had toys, and my mom never was sad or got hit again.”
Volunteer Your Time
In 2016 over 250 volunteers contributed more than 15,000 hours to help in a wide variety of shelter work: office duties, stocking donations, assisting with fundraisers and helping at our resale shops, Second Impressions.
We need your time and talent. Please volunteer by contacting Tracey Wallis, Volunteer Coordinator at (918) 341-1424 or email
Donate Goods and Household Items
We regularly need these items for our shelter and for women who leave the shelter to move into independent living:
- Liquid Laundry Soap
- Bath Towels (Good Condition)
- Hair Dryers and Curling Irons
- Pillows (Good Condition)
- Women and Children's Pajamas
- Diaper Rash Ointment
- Diapers (size 4 and above)
- Trash Bags (13 and 33 Gallon)
- Baby Gear (Infant Swings, Play Pens and Outdoor Baby Gates)
- Children's Underwear (All Sizes)
- Download a complete list of items needed
Misti is the mother of three children under 8 years old. The kids saw their father beat her until she couldn’t stand up. In tears, 6-year-old Josh called 9-1-1. The family arrived at the shelter tired and ready for a change at 1:00 am. Misti is determined that her children will not follow in their father’s footsteps.