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A letter from our Executive Director


I am writing to let you know about an important cause in need of your support. Each year,
thousands of people in our community are adversely impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Many times, to get to safety, they leave their homes with very little in hand and seek refuge in a safe place. SAFE on Main (formerly The Abuse and Rape Crisis Shelter) is the sole provider of support and services that help individuals in these circumstances. We also spend equal time in our local schools educating students on
recognizing the signs of unhealthy relationships and teaching them how to develop, strong
healthy relationships today and in the future.

As a result of COVID, SAFE on Main experienced a 35% increase in the number of families we historically serve. Yet, we have been simultaneously restricted from holding our annual Night of Giving Fundraising Event due to public health risks. You can imagine the budgetary burden this has placed on our agency. In response, we are very excited to be planning our 2022 Night of Giving… A New Name, A New Beginning! It will be held on April 28th at the Manor House in Mason.

As an independent, community-based nonprofit organization we depend on the help of people like you to make this pinnacle fundraising event a success. Will you please consider partnering with us as a sponsor? Your commitment and partnership will ensure that SAFE on Main is able to continue supporting survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault with nationally recognized programs and services.

I hope that we can count on your help to make this year’s event one of our very best! With your generosity and support, we will stand shoulder to shoulder and say to Survivors, “You can choose a New Beginning. A life that is free from violence.”

Jane B Conn
Executive Director