Donations contribute to our ability to operate our emergency shelter and offer a variety of programs to adults and children who have suffered from the trauma of domestic abuse.
It is very important to protect the privacy of personal information, especially in today’s increasingly electronic environment. Financial donations made by individuals are considered strictly confidential transactions and are not public documents.
Financial donations will not to be released without express consent of the donor unless required to do so in order to comply with any Federal, State, or local legal process, subpoena, regulation or governmental request.
Auditors and legal counsel hired by Center for Hope & Safety are authorized to review donor and prospect records as required for the purposes for which they are engaged. Center for Hope & Safety will not sell, share, or trade donor names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses for third party fundraising or marketing purposes.