During this time of unknown risks with the COVID-19 virus, people are being asked to self-quarantine and stay at home, for safety reasons. Truth is, for victims of domestic violence, staying home is definitely not the safest thing for them.
Because of the COVID-19 crisis, some of our fundraising events have been postponed, yet we are still housing domestic violence victims and their children in our emergency shelter. This is why we need your help now, more than ever to ensure that CASA is there when survivors need us.
You can help by choosing a fundraising level below and inviting your friends and family to help reach your goal, or you can simply choose to donate by clicking "Donate Now".
Here are a few Ideas for how you can make a difference in the lives of women, children, men and pets affected by domestic violence right here in Citrus County.
$25 = Cleaning and sanitation supplies to keep our shelter residents and staff safe and healthy.
$65 = One night safe and free from worry in our emergency shelter.
$125 = 24/7 crisis line services with a trained advocate.
$250 = Sponsors a survivor's pet.
$500 = Fresh groceries for families living in our shelter.
$1,000 = Technology and school supplies that will equip the children living in shelter to succeed in online learning.
If you would prefer to give supplies instead of a monetary donation, please check out our Amazon Wish List. Order with Amazon Smile, and CASA could receive money back too!
Whatever you give, know that it makes a big difference in the lives of domestic violence survivors at CASA, and is very much appreciated.
If you or someone you know is being abused, you can reach a CASA advocate 24/7 by calling 352-244-8111. Also, below are a few tips that might help.
QUARANTINE SAFETY TIPS
You can always call our 24/7 hotline at 352-344-8111 to safety plan with an advocate about your specific situation.