Why give to the Safe Haven Project?
Four Reasons …
1) The Safe Haven Project is a non-profit on-the-frontlines global organization that addresses the realities HIV+ youth confront day in and day out.
2) The Safe Haven Project creates an environment where HIV is synonymous with creativity, security, community, volunteerism and, most important, the discovery of one’s voice and purpose in life.
3) The Safe Haven Project doesn’t orchestrate yearly fundraising events at the Beverly Hilton Hotel attended by celebrities and well-heeled patrons …at least not yet.
4) The Safe Haven Project does more than just provide a traditional week-long camp/retreat experience for HIV+ youth by creating the following programs:
- Serve and Learn: An international program where volunteers provide health education and awareness in topics that include Cholera, Malaria, and HIV/AIDS to villages and regions in Ghana, West Africa and beginning in 2012 in Bosnia Herzegovina.
- SpeakOut: A health education lecture series conducted by Safe Haven staff for schools, communities, conferences and youth leadership organizations such as the National Youth Leadership Forum.
- Young Leaders Committee: A program that creates opportunities for young adults who want to be of service.
Your contribution – in any amount – is needed to assure the Safe Haven Project’s ability to maintain a lasting positive affect on HIV+ youth.
Examples of how your giving helps Safe Haven change lives:
- $1-$1,500 assists Safe Haven with the support to develop and implement all programs and activities
- $1,500 “ Adopts a camper” to attend Camp Safe Haven at any of its locations.
- $1,500 and above helps Safe Haven cover expenses related to promotion and program development.
- Frequent flyer miles help provide Safe Haven the added ability to transport staff and volunteers to its locations.
Donations can be made via:
You may also send a check to:
Safe Haven Project, Inc
6 University Drive Suite 206-181
Amherst, MA 01002-3820
The Safe Haven Project is a non-profit organization. All donations are tax-deductible under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.