2023 ANNUAL BENEFIT LUNCHEON
Join us for our annual domestic violence awareness luncheon.
TUESDAY, MAY 16, 2023
11:30AM – 1:30PM
CHEYENNE FRONTIER DAYS EVENTS CENTER
Wyoming Supreme Court Justice
Catering Provided by:
To become a sponsor or purchase tickets please contact:
Heather Lennox at 307-274-0330 or
Bob Budd at 307-349-5387
Can’t make the event?
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation.
Safehouse Services has assisted victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Cheyenne and Laramie counties for 44 years.
In 2022 we helped 1,036 victims by:
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS
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Other Upcoming Events
3rd Annual Luxury Drive
April 1st thru the 30th, 2023
Our annal luxury drive focuses on collecting items such as loofahs, blow dryers, lotion, fuzzy socks, toothpaste, shampoo, make up, mascara, nail polish, nail files...all the things we all get to have at home but when fleeing sexual assault and domestic violence relationships we don’t think about taking with us.
All Donations can be dropped off at Beach Please Drink Company, located at 200 E 17th Street in Cheyenne, WY
Cheyenne Day of Giving
May 12, 2023
Cheyenne's Day of Giving focuses on providing an opportunity for people in the Cheyenne area to come together in an effort to help the sick and the economically disadvantaged.
You can help by dropping off non-perishable food, personal care items, and craft items, or by making a cash donation. To find more ways to help please visit the Cheyenne Day of Giving's Website
Cheyenne Cruise Nights
October 21, 2023
Come cruise the legend in support of Safehouse!
At Safehouse Services we are working to end violence so you, your family, your friends and your coworkers never have to experience abuse. All proceeds go towards helping assisting victims. This assistance ranges from helping to pay for driver's licenses, birth certificates and medications to paying for prepaid phone cards or bus tickets to help relocate.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
SAAM is about both awareness and prevention of sexual assault, harassment and abuse because it’s impossible to prevent an issue no one knows about, and it’s difficult to make people aware of a problem without providing a solution.
SAAM focuses on engaging audiences of advocates as well as those who may not realize they play an important role in preventing sexual violence, showing us the practical things each of us can do to prevent sexual assault.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Ending domestic violence starts with just one small action, whether that's seeking help for yourself or someone else, or sharing resources - monetary, educational or any type of support.
Safehouse accepts and appreciates donations in October and all year round.
JULY 14, 2021
Thanks for your generosity! On WyoGives Day this year, $10,368 was raised for Safehouse Services.
An extra heartfelt thanks to Jack and Carole Nunn for matching donations, and to Wells Fargo for their matching donations.
We truly appreciate our community and your support. Thank you for helping us provide a safe environment for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking and elder abuse.
Cheyenne Cruise Nights
May 29, 2021
We cruised the downtown strip, raising donations for Safehouse! All proceeds are helping us with victim assistance. This fund helps us pay for driver's licenses, birth certificates and medications when they are needed. This fund also helps with prepay phone cards, shoes for new jobs, bus tickets to help relocate and so much more.
LCCC Students Raise Money and Awareness
As part of a management and supervision course Laramie County Community College students recently hosted a donation drive for Safehouse at King Soopers. They were tasked to raise $1,000 in supplies and/or monetary donations to help provide basic household supplies to victims leaving situations of domestic violence and setting up new households.
“In the beginning of the project, we were apprehensive,” said Jeremy Arneson, LCCC student. “By the end of the afternoon at King Soopers, we were happy that we exceeded our goal by raising over $1,700! During the King Soopers collection, we noticed many people had heard of Safehouse. We met people who had used Safehouse before and for any one person who said ‘No,’ two people said ‘Yes.’ This activity has brightened our belief in human compassion. We believe people want to help others in need. True life experiences also reinforce ‘giving back to society.’ We were very appreciative also for the elderly people who are on a limited income donating $1. We were also extremely amazed and humbled that afternoon. Humbled; from this point on we will support any fundraiser. Even if it is just one dollar, it all adds up in the end. When you donate, you are helping those that are in need.”
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