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In response to COVID-19, we have made adjustments that limit the opportunity to volunteer and upcoming events.

You can still help from home! 

We want to make sure everyone is staying safe and following the guidelines set forth by the authorities, but wanted to provide our supporters ways they can help while doing so. We hope to spread positivity not only to the survivors we serve, but our community as a whole.

 

Here’s how you can support survivors of domestic violence during this unprecedented time:

Visit our Shelter Wish List page 

Shop Local. Give Local.


Our community is so kind and generous that we felt the least we could do is pay it forward by collaborating with small business owners in our community.
We have joined forces with locally owned businesses to create a network of giving! Each of these businesses have worked with us to create wishlists and gift sets for you to shop from home.Together, we will take care of delivering these items to those living in our shelter. 

 

A unique home-town bookstore full of carefully selected stories bring joy to all. 

-See our hand-selected wish list of stories here
-Call 904-601-2118 to submit a phone order
-Pick your favorites to share, or allow Donna & her crew to select books for both the women and children in our shelter
Story & Song Facebook 

*A portion of the proceeds from items gifted will be donated*

 

A store full of intentional & engaging toys for all ages. Give a child a new opportunity to use their imagination! 
-Shop our wish list here
-Call 904-432-8291 to submit a phone order
-Have a Certified Play Expert select items on your behalf, within a designated dollar amount
Villa Villekula Facebook 

 

 

 

 

 

Handmade small-bath artisanal bath and body products. Spread self care and some bubble bath fun to women & children under an immense amount of stress.

-Gift a hand-picked care package here
-Call 904-441-2405 to submit a phone order
Amelia Island Soapery Facebook

 

 

Home Should Be A Safe Place – Yard Sign


While a “safer at home” order has good intentions, for those enduring domestic violence home is the most dangerous place they can be.

YOU can help spread the word about our 24-hour hotline (now available to text!) and also show survivors in your neighborhood that you will not stand silent to domestic violence with the “Home Should Be A Safe Place” yard sign.

How can I get a yard sign?

1. Purchase a sign for just $20 via pay pal here:

**Include address & phone number in notes**





 

 

3. Contactless pick-up is available at Micah’s Place Outreach Center or Purple Dove Resale Center.

4. OR Have us place the sign in your yard — FREE delivery!

If you have any questions regarding this information, contact Cassie Ott, Micah’s Place Outreach Director, at cott@micahsplace.org or 904.432.3470