Center for Hope & Safety


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We are so excited to call this building home in just a few short months!

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It's been a busy couple of months. We've surpassed 89% of our goal. Please consider a donation to put us OVER THE TOP!

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Thanks to the Mid-Valley Men Against Violence group for thier donation.

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Bilingual Advocate, Norma donated to the Hope & Safety Fund to support survivors in rural areas.

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Thank you Aly for your donation and for being one of our wonderful volunteers!

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Thank you Lizzy for your donation! Lizzy wanted to do her part to see MVWCS in a new building.

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Thanks Amanda and Uchenna! Sign reads “Because women from every cultural background deserve lives free of violence.

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Sue Hanley has been a board member for 15years. She took a step toward Hope & Safety at our 40th Anniversary Event.

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Jean, a MVWCS Board Member, took a step toward Hope & Safety at our 40th Anniversary Event at the Riverfront Carousel.

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Tina an advocate with MVWCS took a step toward Hope & Safety on behalf of Daisy, her daughter’s future.

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Melina, Bi-Lingual Outreach Coordinator donated because “all Latinas deserve a life free from violence.”

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Morgan, a MVWCS board member made a donation in honor of her granddaughter.

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Volunteers Cynthia and Raoul donated to the Hope & Safety campaign.

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Kirstin, MVWCS Youth Services Coordinaor took a step twoards a world without violence with her donation.

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Volunteer Hillary donated to bring Hope & Safety to all college students.

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Big thanks to our community partner, Stephanie Hoskins for her donation in honor of her father.

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Emily Trussell, MVWCS Sexual Assault Services Coordinator made a donation in honor of her children.

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MVWCS Executive Director Jayne Downing just took a step towards Hope & Safety by donating to this campaign. Join her!

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Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Service has been serving survivors of domestic and sexual violence for 40 years.

Unfortunately, the program is seeing an ever-increasing demand for services, receiving an average of 18,000 contacts each year—more than double the number of just five years ago.

MVWCS has an opportunity to purchase a building that would provide much needed space to better serve our community, but we need your help to make it happen!

This new facility will provide:

  • Multiple fully-accessible, dedicated client meeting spaces, specifically designed to be private and calming
  • Larger play therapy room where children can heal from the effects of domestic and sexual violence
  • Larger meeting spaces for support groups and volunteer trainings
  • Adequate space for child care during support groups
  • Free parking (without time limits) for clients and volunteers
  • Additional computer workspace for clients and volunteers

As the only program of its kind in Marion County, Mid-Valley Women’s Crisis Service (MVWCS) provides life-saving resources to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking, including support services, safety planning and shelter. Studies show that access to these services reduces a victim’s chance of being re-assaulted by 70%.

Any amount helps. Please give today!

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Organization Information

SALEM, OR 97301

EIN: 510141214

Reports: Guidestar

$1,376,560 RAISED OF $1,545,000 GOAL
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($18,630 online, $1,357,930 offline)

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