Hope's Door Virtual Event

Hope’s Door has remained open and fully operational since the lockdown started on March 16. Our legal center has been remotely securing orders of protection, our counselors have been available by phone and Zoom, and our hotline and shelter have remained open 24/7. To protect our shelter staff and residents, we’ve asked new clients to be COVID-19 tested and we’ve quarantined them elsewhere at our cost until it is safe to bring them in to shelter. Hope’s Door is always here for those in need, even throughout this pandemic. Women, men and children who live with domestic violence have no escape from their abusers during quarantine, and we’ve seen an alarming rise in abuse.  

Now we ask for your help. 

We are so grateful to have raised almost one third of our goal at the July 23 event. Now we must close the gap and raise $100,000 on October 1.

Will you please join us on Thursday, October 1 at 7 pm and help those who so desperately need our programs and services?

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Hope’s Door is here for you, and now we are here for your pets, as well!

We have long contemplated whether or not we could somehow house the pets of our shelter residents, but the obstacles seemed too great to surmount. Until one day recently when we received a phone call from a local boarding kennel, offering to help Hope’s Door by taking in our clients’ pets while they were in shelter and empowering themselves for a new way of life. 
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Hope's Door Offers New Mindfulness Group

“Mindfulness is a practice that people believe they need to "take time" to do,” says Alexa Kauffman, Hope's Door Counselor and Youth Prevention Coordinator. “I wanted to help our clients, who might not get peaceful "alone" time, to understand that by focusing on their breathing, if only for just a moment, can do wonders to helping calm the mind and body."
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Back to School Backpack Donation:

Thank you to Helping Hands of Rye, who through their annual Mission Backpack Assembly and Distribution, donated 40 backpacks for our client's children to ease the transition back to school! 

Pictured with donated backpacks: Kayla Stephens, Hope's Door Youth Educator and Chris Barrrera, FJC Advocate.

A Little Night Music for Hope Event Sponsors:

The benefits of sponsorship of our virtual event on October 1 include name and logo display in all print and social media marketing leading up to the event, mention at the event, and continued acknowledgment post event for one full year in all our newsletters, social media posts and on the website.  Your corporate sponsorship may save lives and most certainly will have a positive impact on women, men and children who suffer from intimate partner abuse, domestic abuse, emotional abuse and economic abuse.
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