Generous donors of time and treasure for Safe Haven
Safe Haven of Pike County, Inc. Receives Generous Grant from Wells Fargo
The Wells Fargo Foundation has graciously donated $1000.00 to Safe Haven of Pike County, Inc. to fund its emergency shelter program. Safe Haven has continuously provided emergency shelter to anyone fleeing an abusive situation for domestic violence and/or sexual assault in Pike County, since 2003. The substantial donation will allow Safe Haven to continue this important part of its services to Pike County; much appreciation to the Wells Fargo Foundation for their generous gift to this agency.
Wells Fargo Photo Donation: From left to right are: Joe Bunk, Store Manager, Wells Fargo Milford, Laurie Seith, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Consultant, Valerie Seitz, Store Manager, Wells Fargo Lords Valley/Hawley, and Dave Bever, Executive Director of Safe Haven of Pike County, Inc.
The Berkowitz II Foundation Generously Contributes to
The Safe Haven of Pike County Tranquility Project
Michael and Bobbi Martin, on behalf of The Berkowitz II Foundation, have charitably gifted Safe Haven of Pike County, Inc. with $2000.00 towards the sponsorship of the Tranquility Project, launched by Safe Haven during fiscal year 2013-2014.
This project is currently pursuing funds to create, among other enhancements, a “Tranquility Garden” for those served: a secluded, peaceful space for reflection and healing. In addition to the meditative garden, there will be a number of renovations to promote safety and efficiency for the agency offices. This project expects to increase the facility’s energy efficiency, improve access for persons with disabilities, and provide a secure, private rear entrance for clients in danger from their abusers.
Safe Haven of Pike County, Inc. is very grateful to Bobbi and Michael Martin for this generous donation that will serve the agency’s clients in so many varied ways.
Berkowitz Foundation Donation: From left to right are: Michael Martin, Bobbi Martin, both of The Berkowitz II Foundation, and Dave Bever, Executive Director of Safe Haven of Pike county, Inc.