There are many opportunities to collect items to support Safe Alliance and the clients we serve! If you would like to speak with us about organizing a collection drive or making a donation contact Mike Blackwelder at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704-367-2775.
Each of our offices maintains an updated Wish List you may access anytime to help you select items to donate.
Help gather and provide items for our Annual Holiday Store.
Order items for our Shelter or any of our offices from the Safe Alliance gift registry at Target.
Donate gift cards to CVS or Rite Aid to help our clients purchase prescriptions and other needed pharmacy items. $10, $20 and $25.00 denominations are preferred.
Cell phones are collected at various Safe Alliance offices in Cabarrus, Mecklenburg and Union counties. The phones are then refurbished by a third party organization that makes a donation to Safe Alliance based on the number and type of phones collected. Any phone produced within the last five years is of value. As a general guideline, the phone should be no larger than six by three inches. *No accessories, please. For additional information on cell phone donations, please contact Karisa Hoke at Karisa.Hoke@safealliance.org or 704-367-2734.
Baskets for New Beginnings – Help our clients who are starting over in a new residence by filling laundry baskets (any size) with items such as dish cloths, laundry detergent, dishwashing detergent, sponges, towels/wash cloths, baking dishes, shower curtain w/hooks, pots/pans, glasses, plates, candles, flashlights, iron, light bulbs, batteries, garbage bags, potpourri, picture frames, paper plates/plastic ware, cleaning agents, sheets/comforter/blanket, air freshener plug ins, notebooks, pencil/pens, envelopes, hooks for hanging pictures, first aid kits, gift certificates etc.
Diaper Bags – Fill a diaper bag with items such as, bottles, pacifiers, wipes, diapers, clothes, socks, baby toys, baby wash cloths, baby shampoo, and baby lotion. These diaper bags will be given to new or expectant mothers in the shelter.