Please join us as a sponsor on June 19 for this important fundraising event. This event will bring together key influencers, sports enthusiasts, charity supporters, and community members around Chicago and the Chicagoland area.
Your sponsorship will help ensure we can continue to serve the most fragile in our communities and fight to stop the spread of domestic violence. All proceeds raised that evening help A Safe Place continue to provide lifesaving services for survivors and children of domestic violence.
Our services save lives. Last year:
We provided 7,233 nights of emergency shelter,
We answered 2,833 crisis line calls,
We educated 10,807 people about healthy relationships and domestic violence,
We served 3,001 orders of protection,
And, 94% of the women we sheltered DID NOT return to their abuser
Over 500 individuals were turned away last year due to lack of funding
And services are decreasing due to reduced and stagnant funding
We need your help. Please join us.
Please choose a sponsorship that is right for you from the sponsorship packet.
Thank you for your support. We look forward to seeing you at Wine Women & Shoes and recognizing your generosity!
For questions, please contact Carmen Patlan, Director of Development, at (847)731-7165 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 1978, A Safe Place is the leading advocate for eliminating domestic violence in northern Illinois, and is Lake County, Illinois’ only provider of services exclusively for victims of domestic violence. A Safe Place provides emergency shelter, permanent housing, a 24-hour crisis line (847-249-4450), court and non-legal advocacy, individual, group, and children’s counseling, art therapy, family visitation services, batterer intervention services; and community outreach, prevention education, and professional training. Our service area includes Lake, McHenry, Chicago, and the northern Cook counties in Illinois; however, our clients come to us from across the state, region, and country.
A Safe Place
2710 17th Street
Zion, IL 60099
Office: (847) 731-7165
Help Line: (847) 249-4450 or (800) 600-SAFE