Apr 22 – Fore the Children

A four-man shamble tournament: one best ball, one net ball. Fore the Children raises money to help keep kids SAFE through intervention and prevention programs agency wide.

Click here to learn more and/or register now.


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Apr 1-30 – What Was I Wearing Exhibit

Real stories and representations of outfits worn by survivors at the time of their assault to shatter the stigma and shame survivors of sexual violence often experience 

To schedule a visit, please reserve a time using this link.


Sept 14 – Touch-a-Truck

Touch-A-Truck is a fun-filled event where kids of all ages get the chance to touch, explore, and climb on just about any vehicle they can imagine. 

Tickets going live soon! Learn more here.


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Nov-Dec Holiday Giving Program

Donate foods, gifts, and holiday items to SAFE’s Warehouse to share some love with survivors during the winter holidays

Click here for Holiday Giving. Information in this link is updated with needs for each holiday season.

To learn more about our most urgent needs, click here.


Dec 3 – Giving Tuesday

A global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world

Don’t want to wait to give? Click here for donation options.


Monthly – Foster and Adopt Program Orientation

Join our Foster and Adopt team on Zoom for information sessions offered once monthly for folks interested in becoming a foster or adoptive parent through SAFE.

To register for orientation, click here. To learn more, visit our Foster and Adopt page.


SAFE Futures logo featuring a lotus flower, the symbol of rebirth and regeneration. SAFE Futures works with families experiencing domestic violence who have open CPS cases

Various Dates – SAFE Future’s Domestic Violence Series for Professionals 

Check out SAFE Futures ongoing three-part series for professionals covering domestic violence basics, the myth of mutual combat, and engaging fathers who are perpetrators. We’ll learn through interactive discussions, breakout sessions, and Q&A sessions.

Click here to learn more and/or register.