As an independent nonprofit, BeLEAF Survivors always appreciates donations.
We currently accept monetary and physical donations.
We hope that you will see partnering with and supporting this essential organization will be worth the investment.
To learn more or discuss other ways to donate, email our executive director, Karen Fetherston, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To make a one-time donation or set up a monthly donation through PayPal CLICK HERE.
Checks can be made out to BeLEAF Survivors, Inc. and mailed to 2000 Domanik Drive, 4th Floor, Racine, WI 53404.
BeLEAF Survivors is always gratefully accepting physical donations and accept the following items:
- New clothes (t-shirts, sweat pants, underwear, sports bras, etc.) are needed for survivors to wear when they leave the hospital, as their clothing is often collected as evidence.
- Body lotions, shower gels, and other toiletries to be given to victims seen at the hospital
- General art and craft supplies for the children in our counseling program
- Bus passes or fuel only gas cards so that clients can access our services
- First class postage stamps
- Gift Cards
Donations can be dropped off at the BeLEAF Survivors offices – 2000 Domanik Drive, 4th Floor, Racine, WI 53404.
Your donations support our work.
Our work promotes dignity and healing.
2020 Services Snapshot
– We assisted 120 survivors in Racine County hospital emergency rooms after their sexual assaults.
– We answered 246 calls on the 24-hour crisis line, providing compassionate advice.
– We supported 256 families by giving them guidance and providing resources while their children were at the Racine County Child Advocacy for sexual abuse investigations.
– We provided 1038 individual counseling sessions for survivors at no cost.
– We taught 55 group lessons across Racine County that educated hundreds of people about sexual violence prevention and awareness.
Together, we can transform lives.
YOUR SUPPORT CULTIVATES THIS RESTORATIVE WORK.
You can’t take away what happened,
But you can give comfort to survivors in times of crisis.
You can’t clear their path,
But you can assure no survivor needs to walk it alone.
You can’t make their pain go away,
But you can make sure no survivor has to pay to heal from their assault.
You can’t reach everyone,
But you can change the way Racine thinks about and responds to sexual violence.