We rely on the generosity of the community to help support the work we do.
On behalf of the women and children we serve, "Thank you!"
"I love myself and the relationships I have with people now."
Your financial support is vital. Mail your cheque to Box 20193, RPO Towne Centre, Kelowna, V1Y 9H2 or make a credit card donation. Tax receipts are issued for all monetary gifts of $20 or more.
Planned giving lets you support the shelter in the form of a direct bequest or through a gift to our endowment fund. Find out more information click the link "Learn More" or call the number below.
We are always in need of new and gently used clothing, household items, non-perishable food, and gift cards. To learn more about what items we need at any given time, contact our Development Coordinator use email or call the number below.
From golf tournaments and craft sales to fun runs and auctions, hosting an event is a great way to raise money and awareness! For more information on event hosting, email or call our Development Coordinator.
Domestic Abuse and Violence can be a very complex and multi-faceted topic to understand. If you don’t know where to start your learning, check out our Resources page to access some key links.
We often post key resources, what’s happening, and other key information about the state of domestic abuse and violence in our community on our social media sites. To keep up-to-date with us, visit us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
Find links in the footer.
Domestic abuse is a pervasive issue in Canada, with over 1 in 3 women experiencing it in their lifetime. Yet, despite its prevalence, many stories of abuse remain unshared due to stigmas and biases. It is time to bring this topic out of the shadows and break the silence surrounding it. Empowerment comes from sharing stories, and we can inspire those impacted by domestic abuse to come forward and speak out.LEARN MORE
Create a piece of art to tell a Survivor's story
Inquire to be an Artist for our Stories Project Annual Event
We are collecting stories from Domestic Abuse Survivors and will pair a story to an Artist for them to interpret the story into their medium of art. At our first annual Stories Project Art Event in August 2022, we had a good variety of art submitted: painted canvas, charcoal, 3 dimensional, as well as songs and a monologue performed live!So whatever your specialty, please fill out the form below so we can give you more details.
If you have any questions about this project, please contact our Resource Development Team at firstname.lastname@example.orgLEARN MORE