What is one of the most important requirements in keeping our Agency open to educate our communities and assist victims of domestic violence?
Your generous contributions and donations!
Ways you can Financially Contribute;
Old Cell Phones
An easy way to help Green Haven is to donate your old, outdated or broken cell phones. All proceeds from the recycling of cell phones go dire
ctly to helping victims of domestic violence in Green County. If you have any questions or need to know where to drop the phones off, please call Erika @ 608-325-6489 ext. 102
Make purchases from Amazon with AmazonSmile. Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchase to Green Haven Family Advocates.
Use the PayPal link on our website. The easiest way to give! Use your debit or major credit card to make a tax deductible donation
The Good Old Fashioned Way
Mail a donation
Green Haven Family Advocates
1811 11th Street
Monroe, WI 53566
Keep checking us out!
Keep an eye on our website and support our fundraising events.
Fill yourself with some Holiday Spirit. Support our Holiday Giving Trees at local businesses in December of each year
Think about if you were to start a new household all over again. What are items that you would need to do that? Simple day to day items we probably hardly ever think about, until you don’t have them.
What do we need?
Please, clothing needs to be clean with no tears, missing buttons or broken or missing zippers.
New or gently used clothing – all sizes and genders
New or gently used winter coats – all sizes (especially kids)
New or gently used shoes or boots – all sizes (especially kids)
New undergarments – All sizes and genders (especially kids)
Disposable diapers – all sizes
Baby wipes, baby hygiene products (shampoo, baby wash etc.)
Basic Hygiene products (Shampoo, soap, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, hair comb/brush, feminine products)
Bath towels, washcloths, kitchen towels
Kitchen basics, (Dishes, cups, cutlery, pots and pans, bakeware, serving utensils, can openers, kitchen knives, mixing bowls, casserole dishes, measuring cups and spoons, etc.)
Household cleaning products
Household cleaning tools, (Vacuums, mops, brooms, dishpans, buckets, sponges, scrub brushes etc.)
Blankets, bed sheets, pillowcases, new pillows
New and gently used children’s toys, craft items and books.
Things we cannot accept