You can still help from home!
We want to make sure everyone is staying safe and following the guidelines set forth by the authorities, but wanted to provide our supporters ways they can help while doing so. We hope to spread positivity not only to the survivors we serve, but our community as a whole.
What a better way to do so than encouraging our readers to shop locally! Our community is so kind and generous that we felt the least we could do is pay it forward by collaborating with small business owners in our community.
Our friends at Villa Villekula Toy Store, Story & Song Bookstore and Amelia Island Soapery have joined forces with us to create a network of giving to the survivors of domestic violence in Nassau County! Each of these locally owned businesses have worked with us to create wishlists and gift sets for you to shop from home. Together, we will take care of delivering these items to those living in our shelter.
The items needed most right now are sanitation supplies and paper products that are not readily available to a majority of the public, so we wanted to focus on items that can spread joy and happiness, giving survivors a chance to escape, just for a moment, from reality.
Micah's Place strives to empower survivors to embrace self care, find things that help them cope and to be present with their children-- we hope that through this you can help us do just that.
If you have any questions regarding the above information, feel free to reply to contact Micah's Place Outreach Director, Cassie Ott at 904-432-3470.
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