North Las Vegas, Nevada
Safe Nest was opened in 1978 with 12 beds. Today, 40 years later, they are the largest-- with 70 beds--and most comprehensive domestic violence program in Nevada. All shelters rely on donations from the public to maintain the level of service. Donations can be in any form. Many shelters have a Wish List on their website of items that are needed such as laundry detergent to socks, slippers and wash cloths included. If you live in the Las Vegas area, you have likely seen purple and white donation bins. They belong to Safe Nest and have been placed throughout the Las Vegas Valley area. They are emptied on a regular basis and have proven to be a very effective method to increase donations.
Safe Nest is a repeat shelter for PSP. We would like to increase our donations this time and send them the following:
SLIPPERS & WASHCLOTHS:
85 Women’s slippers - DONE
6 Teen boy slippers - DONE
12 Preteen girl slippers - DONE
12 Preteen boy slippers - DONE
12 Youth girl slippers - DONE
12 Youth boy slippers - DONE
12 Toddler girl slippers - DONE
12 Toddler boy slippers - DONE
6 Booties (girls) - DONE
6 Booties (boys) - DONE
175 Washcloths - DONE
PLEASE MAIL BY: October 17, 2018
Attn: Veronica Martinez
3925 W. Cheyenne Ave., Suite 407
North Las Vegas, Nevada 89032
If you wish to join in on this challenge (which is also posted on our Facebook page), please put your pledge in a comment below or in the message box (above right) or send it by email to thepinkslipperproject at gmail.com.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask us.
Rachel, Judy, Lynne, and Julia
The PSP Admin Team
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