Other Ways to Help Safer

No matter how you give, your support of Safer makes a difference.

Giving to Safer helps families

Donate Clothing

Do you have gently-used interview-appropriate clothing to donate, so that Safer clients can look sharp when they go on their first interviews? Donations of gently used suits, ties, dress shirts, belts, shoes and other clothing are always welcome.

Leave Safer Foundation in Your Will

By naming Safer Foundation in your will or estate plan, you can help make sure Safer services are available in the years to come.

Matching Gifts And Other Giving Programs

Matching gifts and other employer giving programs are a smart way to give.

Make a Financial Contribution

A little change can make a big difference.Your donation of as little as $1 can help individuals with criminal records become productive members of society.


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