The New & Again Thrift Shope is now
open for Winter Hours:
Monday - Friday 10am-5pm. We are
closed Saturday and Sunday.
One Heart At A Time...
$1.00 CAN make a difference!
We are asking you to consider giving $1.00 to help us raise $50,000.
Funds donated to the Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County make it possible to provide a wide range of services on behalf of domestic violence victims and spread understanding of how this victimization negatively impacts individuals, families and the community at large.
Send your $1.00 gift to DVS:
Call Sharon at 425-259-2827 x12
Mail to: DVS, P.O. Box 7, Everett, WA 98206
Save the Date for our 22nd annual Chocolate Lovers' Gala Auction at Comcast Arena.
Hakuna Matata Chocolata
Friday, March 21, 2014
Watch us ROAR!
Thank you to Whidbey Island Bank -
Silver Sponsor of the 22nd annual
Chocolate Lovers' Gala Auction, 5th
annual Handbag Auction and Luncheon
and the 9th annual Hope Within
Luncheon. Working together with our
community to help end domestic
Organize An Event To Benefit
Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County
Are you a member of a group or organization that would like to help victims of domestic violence and their children but are unsure how?
Organizations such as: churches, youth groups, scout groups, sport teams, golf clubs, book clubs, and civic groups may organize fundraisers to benefit Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County.
Fundraising possibilities are endless, consider a…
• Golf or other sport tournament
• Bowl-a-thon, walk/run-a-thon
• Chili cook off
• Wine auction
• Dinner party - Bunco party
• Cookie, book or craft sale
Please consider having your next club, group or civic organization fundraiser dedicated to Domestic Violence Service of Snohomish County. All proceeds will directly benefit victims of domestic violence and their children.
For more information about organizing an event to benefit Domestic Violence Services please contact:
Debra Bordsen, Development Director
Phone: 425-259-2827 x11
DVS 24-hour Crisis Hotline (425) 25-ABUSE (425) 252-2873
WA State Hotline (800) 562-6025
National Hotline (800) 799-SAFE (800) 799-7233