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Thank you for your interest in S:US’ work, and specifically, our commitment to improving the lives of women and children.

At S:US, we have created a rapidly growing community of women seeking to positively impact the lives of women and children who have experienced domestic violence.  Our immediate goal is to ensure funding to meet their needs and partner with them to create their own pathways to success.

Thank you for considering support to help S:US meet the needs of women and children who have experienced domestic violence, including housing, job training, employment, crisis counseling, and person-centered care.

Following are a few ways to learn more, get involved and support our work:

I would like to Volunteer:

To get involved in a volunteer capacity and share your time and talents to support S:US’ programs, please click HERE to contact Minjung Park, S:US Volunteer & Community Relations Manager.

I would like to be included on an S:US site visit:

To visit an S:US site(s), please click HERE to contact Kendra Meinhard, S:US Director of Development. She will be happy to arrange a visit to one or more of our sites that may be of interest to you.

Upcoming Events:

  • Monday, December 9, 2019
    An exclusive Holiday Shopping Event supporting housing, services, and employment for women, children and families in S:US Domestic Violence shelters. All Vendors will be women-owned businesses plus some surprises.  Mark your calendars and stay tuned for more information.

Past Events:

  • Young Mothers discuss dealing with their children’s Tantrums
    October 16, 2019, Early Childhood Psychologists, Drs. Rebecca Schrag Hershberg and Alison Locker discussed new approaches to dealing with the many challenges that young mothers face. This group also learned about the challenges experienced by women and children served by pics
  • Farm Build
    Friends spent an evening building garden boxes at one of S:US’ Domestic Violence shelters.

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  • Boss Babes
    September 19, 2019, a group of women gathered in TriBeCa to raise awareness surrounding the issues faced by women who have experienced domestic violence.

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