Safenet Services’ past and present donors are invited to the Garden Party for a night of appreciation with drinks, hors d’oeuvres and live music. It starts at 5:30 p.m. on July 22 at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum.
Come hear about the impact of your support on our community and be the first to know about the launch of the 1991 Club. Join in on the fun by wearing your favorite fascinator hat. The best one will be awarded a prize! Additionally, there will be a silent auction featuring floral arrangements donated by local florists.
Jody Reiss, Safenet’s Executive Director, said, “After this past year, we all need to party!”
“We couldn’t help victims of domestic violence or sexual assault without the support of our community, and the Garden Party is a great way to show our appreciation to them for their monetary and in-kind donations, all of which help us in our efforts tremendously,” said Reiss.
Since 1991, Safenet Services has been offering safety and resources to women and children healing from the consequences of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking through a variety of services. Some of which include a 24-hour crisis-line, 35-bed shelter, individual and group counseling, empowerment education, victim advocacy, and more.
The Garden Party is free to register, and you can RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please contact Safenet’s Development Specialist, Skylar James, at 918-341-1421.