SHN’s Annual Supply Drive

for Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October 1 through October 31

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Up to 89% of domestic violence survivors have reported that their pets were harmed or killed by their abusers. Up to 65% delay leaving their abusers if they would have to leave their pets behind. There are no pet-friendly domestic violence shelters in or near Chicago.

Throughout the month of October, The Safe Haven Network collects supplies needed most by the domestic violence shelters and animal shelters that serve our community.

The Safe Haven Network helps survivors of domestic violence find temporary boarding for their pets so they can escape their abusers and start a new life in peace and safety with their pets.

Items Requested:

  • African American hair products

  • Bath towels

  • Blankets

  • Breeder's Edge Kitten Formula

  • Canned goods

  • Cat food (wet or dry)

  • Cat litter

  • Cleaning supplies

  • Dog food (wet or dry)

  • Easy Walk harnesses

  • FortiFlora

  • Full-size personal hygiene products

  • Full-sized shampoo/conditioner

  • Gift cards (to Target, grocery stores, or clothing stores)


Please NO:

  • Automatic feeders

  • Choke chains

  • Flat buckle collars

  • Medication

  • Opened pet food

  • Out-of-season items

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The Safe Haven Network cannot accept monetary donations intended for supply drive recipients. Any monetary donations received will be used by The Safe Haven Network to run the supply drive.

To make a monetary donation to one of the above recipients, click on their name to visit their website.

To make a monetary donation to The Safe Haven Network, click here.

  • Kongs

  • New clothing for women and children

  • New women's underwear (all sizes)

  • Non-perishable food

  • Pee pads

  • Pet toys

  • Cat scratchers

  • Diapers (Size 6)

  • Socks (particularly for adults)

  • Full-sized toiletries

  • Towels (face and bath)

  • Transit cards

  • Twin or full-sized bedding (including comforters)

 

  • Prong collars

  • Retractable leashes

  • Toy guns/knives

  • Travel-sized items

  • Used items

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Where to Donate

Latin Rhythms - 210 N Racine Ave (Chicago)

The Urban Mutt - 23 S. La Grange Rd (La Grange)

Paw Naturals - 932 West Monroe St (Chicago)

Claremont Diner - 2325 W Taylor St (Chicago)

Ferrara Bakery - 2210 W Taylor St (Chicago)

AStarr Studio - 737 S Western Ave Suite 1 (Chicago)

Amazon Smile - Donations will be sent directly to SHN


This year, SHN is partnering with the Archdiocese of Chicago Domestic Violence Outreach to expand your available donation drop-off locations!

ACDVO Partners:

St. Gertrude Parish - 1420 W. Granville (Chicago)

St. Julie Billiart - 7399 159th St. (Tinley Park)

St. James - 820 N. Arlington Hts. Rd. (Arlington Heights)

St. Mary's - 1012 Lake Street (Evanston)

St. Mary of the Woods - 7033 Moselle (Chicago)

St. Alphonsus Liguori - 411 N. Wheeling Rd. (Prospect Heights)

St. Thomas the Apostle - 5472 S. Kimbark Ave. (Chicago)

St. Alexander - 12901 S. Melvina Ave. (Palos Heights)

Transfiguration of Our Lord - 2609 W. Carmen Ave. (Chicago)

St. Mary's Church - 126 Herrick Road (Riverside)

St. Robert Bellarmine - 4646 N. Austin Ave. (Chicago)

St. Nicholas - 815 Ridge Avenue (Evanston)

Christ the King - 9035 S. Hamilton (Chicago)

St. Matthew - 1001 E. Schaumburg Rd. (Schaumburg)

St. Hilary - 5600 North Fairfield (Chicago)

Old St. Pat's - 711 West Monroe (Chicago)

St. Collette - 3900 Meadow Drive (Rolling Meadows)

Sacred Heart - 8245 W. 111th St. (Palos Hills)

Want to help? Apply to be a Collection Volunteer!

For more information about how to help, contact The Safe Haven Network