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Holiday Gift Drive

Our Holiday Gift Drive is winding down, but we still need your help! 

 

We need gifts for teenagers (gift cards, headphones, sporting goods, and beauty products) and the women living in our emergency safe havens (comfy robes, slippers, and journals are among the favorites).

 

  • All gifts should be unwrapped and new.
  • Gifts can be dropped off to 100 S Broad Street, Suite 1341, Philadelphia, PA
  • To schedule a time to drop-off your donations, please contact Emma Godfrey at egodfrey@womenagainstabuse.org. Please allow one business day to receive a drop-off confirmation message.

 

Holiday Gift Drive Wish List 

Our Holiday Gift Drive for Safe Haven families welcomes new, upwrapped donations of the following:

  • Disposable cameras/digital cameras
  • Pots, pans, plates, glasses, silverware, dish towels
  • Brooms, buckets, dust pans, mops
  • Hampers
  • Gift cards to K-Mart, Walmart, Target, etc
  • Jewelry
  • Photo frames, photo albums
  • Bathrobes
  • Bath and body items, make-up, perfume
  • Journals, pen sets
  • MP3 Players, CD Players
  • Books
  • Diaries, journals
  • Planners, calendars, date books, expanding folders, USB/flash drives
  • Alarm clocks
  • Slippers
  • Blankets/Comforters, sheets, pillow cases

 

Thank you for brightening the holidays for survivors and their families!

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