CAC Supports New Hope in October
In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, CAC will be hosting a donation drive next weekend (October 17th- October 20th) for New Hope, a non-profit organization that works to support those affected by domestic or sexual violence.
Bring 2 items from the List below to CAC from 10/17 - 10/20 and get a $5 preroll!*
Diapers (especially sizes 3-6) Pull-Ups & Baby Wipes
New infant and toddler clothes and pajamas
Culturally and ethnically diverse dolls & story books
Art/School supplies (crayons, markers, construction paper, pencils, pens, notebooks etc.)
Heavy duty backpacks for older children
COATS: CHILDRENS SIZES 8 - 12
For Our Adult Clients:
New bath towels and washcloths
liquid body wash
shower curtains, liners
Laundry detergent pods
COATS: Women’s sizes S, M, L; Men’s sizes M, L, XL
*Offer valid for medical patients only and may not be combined with other discounts. One preroll per patient. Additional prerolls will follow regular pricing, any after 6 will be $10 as normal.
New Hope’s Mission and Vision
New Hope works throughout South-Central and Southeastern Massachusetts with those affected by domestic and sexual violence. By building an anti-violence movement, we seek to create communities free from violence, where individuals and families are able to achieve their full human potential. As an organization dedicated to social justice, New Hope encompasses a way of seeing, naming, understanding, and acting aimed at addressing inequality and oppression across society.
Our vision is a simple one, “Every person has the right to live a life free of violence and exploitation.”
New Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving those affected by domestic and sexual violence. Since domestic and sexual violence are often intertwined, our clients benefit from the full spectrum of programs we offer, allowing them to receive domestic and sexual violence services in one place. We offer a wide range of services which combine crisis intervention, violence prevention, life transition, and self-sufficiency opportunities, while promoting behavioral and systemic changes to reduce violence at the individual and community levels.
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/NewHopeInc/