Category Archives: Housing & Shelter


SAFE in Hunterdon

Safe in Hunterdon’s mission is to cultivate safety, empowerment and healing in an alliance with the adults, teens and children affected by domestic and sexual violence while mobilizing the community to promote social change that will reduce power-based violence, control and oppression.

Through a 24-hour hotline, safe and transitional housing, legal advocacy and representation, crisis intervention, individual and group  counseling  for adults, children and adolescents, financial empowerment, community education, and prevention services, Safe in Hunterdon delivers critical support services to the many families who have experienced violence in their lives.

Monetary Need

All of our services are confidential and free of charge for survivors. Your donation will provide survivors with the services and resources to promote hope, help and healing, and empower survivors to live a life  free of violence.

Material Needs

Gift cards for clients to purchase basic necessities ($25 increments)

  • walmart
  • kohls
  • burlington
  • shoprite
  • amazon
  • buy buy baby

Other needs:

  • diapers (sizes 4,5,6) (preferably pampers due to allergies/sensitivities}
  • toilet paper
  • paper towels
  • tissue boxes

To donate any of the above items, please call 908-788-7666.

Volunteers needed. Call 908-788-7666

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Family Promise of Hunterdon County

Family Promise of Hunterdon County began as a volunteer-driven homeless shelter 20+ years ago.  Since that time, we have expanded our programs to include homeless prevention and programs to meet the unique needs of low-income residents of Hunterdon County for whom housing affordability is an ongoing issue.  With a combination of increased housing costs, stagnant wages, and reduced hours, the need for our agency is critical.

Monetary Need

Thanks to a volunteer network and $500,000+ in in-kind donations, we are able to keep costs extremely low.  However, the need is great and it is increasing.  We need your help so that we can respond to more housing needs.

Material Need

There is an ongoing need for full-size toiletries, OTC medications and personal care items (many are not food stamp-eligible).  For clients to work, they must have a car so we are always in need of car donations and car repair services.

Volunteers needed. Call 908-782-2490.

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