Monday, November 26, 2018

CHALLENGE #46 - 2018

Homer, Alaska


“A safe place. A warm bed. A new start.”  Haven House operates a 20-bed emergency women’s shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their children.  Haven House strives to provide a healing environment that is modeled in the values of compassion, dignity, and respect.  “Everyone deserves a safe place.”

Haven House also has a pet program in place and currently has four furry friends in house, so we would like to send along some wonderful, warm pet cozies for them, too.  Listed below is what we would like to send to them: 


  48 Women’s Slippers - DONE
    6 Teen Boy/Men Slippers - DONE
    6 Preteen Boy Slippers - DONE
    6 Preteen Girl Slippers - DONE
    6 Youth Boy Slippers - DONE
    6 Youth Girl Slippers - DONE
    6 Toddler Boy Slippers - DONE
    6 Toddler Girl Slippers - DONE
    5 Booties (boy) - DONE
    5 Booties (girl) - DONE

100 Washcloths - DONE

PET COZIES   ***Pet blankets may be knitted, crocheted, or sewn, but must be washable. Knitted or crocheted blankets should be a tight weave and fairly thick (use several strands together or a single strand of #5 or #6 bulky yarn.) Suitable fabrics are denim, flannel, heavy cotton with batting in between layers and stitched from corner to corner so the batting doesn’t bunch up when washed. ***

 2 small (20” x 20”) - DONE

 2 medium (24” x 24”) - DONE
 2 large (24” x 30”) - DONE

PLEASE MAIL BY: December 28, 2018


    South Peninsula Haven House
    Attn: Shelter Manager, Leslie Scroggin
    P.O. Box 1583
    Homer, Alaska 99603

If you wish to join in on this challenge, please put your pledge in a comment below or in the message box above right - or you can send it to us in an email to:

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask us!

The PSP Team

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