|Ways to Donate|
Make a Contribution Throughout the year, Project Safe relies on the contributions of individuals, businesses, and organizations to provide service to battered adults and children. Since Project Safe is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, all donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law. Use the donate button on our home page to give through Pay Pal, or mail a check to Project Safe, P.O. Box 7532, Athens, GA 30604.
Project Safe holds a variety of fundraisers each year, keep checking back to see what’s next.
Groovy Nights is held annually in August at the Classic Center. A tribute to the outrageousness of the 1970s, this event is not your typical fundraiser. Enjoy our fabulous buffet including selections for vegetarians as well as meat lovers, separate 70s stations with favorites like fondue, and 70’s drink specials at the bar. Boogie to the best sounds from the era, play giant Twister or take our trivia challenge. Bid in our silent auction. Tickets are $25 and are available on this website or at the Classic Center box office. Click on the Groovy Nights button for more information or to buy tickets.
The Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler is always a popular fundraiser. Performances will be mid February at the UGA Chapel on North Campus. Tickets are $15 and will go on sale early February at Frontier on Clayton St., Urban Sanctuary Day Spa in 5 Points and the Project Safe Thrift Store in the Bell’s Shopping Center on Hawthorne. Tickets will also be on sale at the door.
The Fifth Annual Dancing with Athens Stars is taking shape! Project Safe has lined up local dance instructors and matched them with "stars", notable Athenians who contribute to what makes our community great. After taking lessons during the Fall and Winter, our couples will perform at the Classic Center in March 2013. The People’s Choice contest is already underway to determine the last few participants in the "Dancing" line up. See the Dancing with the Stars button on this website for a list of contestants. Tickets to the show are $20 and are on sale at the Classic Center in the Spring. Premium seats near the stage along with a VIP reception are available as part of sponsorship packages. Audience and community members can vote for their favorite couple by donating a dollar per vote to Project Safe. Trophies will be awarded based on performance and number of votes received.
Wish List If you can’t make it to our fundraisers think about picking up a few items from our wish list. These items can be dropped off at P.S. Too, (located at 1055 Gaines School Road) or the Thrift Store (995 Hawthorne Ave. in the Bell’s Shopping Center). Thrift store staff will make sure that your contributions get to the shelter.
Toiler Paper, Paper Towels, Twin Comforters, Hand Sanitizer, Bar Soap for Sensitive Skin, African American Hair Care Products (Conditioners & Relaxers), Large Tupperware Containers, Children’s Pepto, Benadryl (adult and child) Cough Drops, Sharpie Permanent Markers, Bathroom Cleaner, All Purpose Cleaner, New Pots & Pans, Toilet Bowl Brushes, Batteries (AAA, C, D), Eye drops, Vitamins & Supplements, Dishwasher Detergent or Powder, Air Freshener, Brooms & Dustpans, Mops and mop buckets, Bleach, Mopping solution, disposable sanitary wipes, and sanitary spray.
Thrift Store We also accept clothing, household goods, sheets, towels, furniture, and small appliances at our thrift store. Project Safe clients can shop at the store for free, while the public may purchase items at very low cost. All proceeds support Project Safe services. Donations are accepted during store hours only, Monday through Saturday 9am-5pm. Please do not leave donations when the store is closed. Call
P.S.Too This is our second retail shop featuring name brand and designer women’s clothing, jewelry, and accessories. All proceeds support Project Safe services. Donations are accepted during store hours only, Tuesday through Saturday 10am-6pm. Call 706-552-2345 for more information. 1055 Gaines School Rd. (new Omni shopping center).
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