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You and your company can help to make a positive impact on the lives of the victims of crime and abuse whom Safe Horizon serve through Corporate Volunteering. Sign up for a group volunteer project to brighten the lives of those who have been through crisis. You can help bring back a sense of normalcy for the families we serve by donating toiletry items, spearheading a back-to-school supply drive, or throwing a party for the holidays or Mother's Day.
Corporate Support: How Can You Help?
You can either participate in a one-time group effort or in an ongoing project, to develop a long-term relationship with Safe Horizon.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to coordinate a volunteer project and schedule that works best for your group and our clients.
Capital One Bank employees lent their time and manpower toward beautifying the Jane Barker Brooklyn Child Advocacy Center by painting our counseling suite.
PVH employees celebrated Mother’s Day with the parents and children at our Manhattan Child Advocacy Center with fun activities and great gifts for mom, making it a very special holiday.
Credit Suisse volunteers, including Safe Horizon board member, Paul Germain, came together for a fun fall festival, benefiting the children and parents who receive services at our Brooklyn Child Advocacy Center, Brooklyn Community Program, and Counseling Center.
Volunteers from Time Warner, including Safe Horizon board member, Maggie Rubey Lynch, visited Rose House in November to repaint the after-school, day care, and downstairs hallway areas.
Ernst & Young
Ernst & Young volunteers brighten the kids’ Halloween at Lily House for a pumpkin decorating event, full of fun decorations and delicious treats.
Colgate - Palmolive Company
We welcomed four groups from Colgate-Palmolive Company to Lang, Lily, Parrish, and Rose Houses to host an afternoon of fun fall activities with the children residing at these four domestic violence shelters.
LeSportsac hosted their annual Halloween celebration at Parrish House, where kids enjoyed pizza and lots of fun, spooky activities.
Employees from Morgan Stanley / Adecco rang in the holiday season with the children and parents at our Manhattan Child Advocacy Center by providing a gingerbread house decorating activity and pizza party.