EVERY RELATIONSHIP VIOLENCE-FREE

VOLUNTEER

Help a Survivor-Led Family to

Have Happier Holidays

Hubbard House accepts special holiday donations from the community for survivors and children being served in the domestic violence emergency shelter or through Hubbard House’s outreach programs. 

If, in addition to your regular end-of-year gift, you would like to make the holidays special for a Hubbard House survivor-led family, the options are many! Here are ways to help:

Thanksgiving & Holiday Dinner Baskets
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Shop for and then put together baskets of Thanksgiving and/or holiday dinner staples (packaged, non-perishable items and a grocery gift card for the turkey or ham) for local survivor families in need of support.

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You provide the gifts to stock our in-house Toy Store, then in-shelter moms shop for their in-shelter children for free.

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Adopt and shop for one survivor-led family, usually a mom and kids. Then deliver unwrapped gifts (purchased from their wish lists) to make your adopted family’s holiday happier.

Wrapping Paper, Ribbons, Scissors and Tape
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Festive papers, suitable for all ages, accepted and appreciated! In-shelter moms and kids wrap their own gifts to keep holiday traditions strong. (Little ones get plenty of help.)

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Contribute a new gift for the Hubbard House Parent Store! At the Parent Store, in-shelter children shop for free for special gifts for their in-shelter parent.

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Hold a donation drive to collect critical items that survivors need all year! Non-perishable food items, cleaning supplies, paper goods and personal hygiene items are a tremendous help.

For more detailed information, click on the links above. Still need more info, , email development@hubbardhouse.org or call (904) 354-0076 extension 281. We are currently experiencing high call/email volume, please give us 48 hours to respond. Thanks!