Friends of the Haven Spring Gala
Strong Mothers make Strong Communities
Join us on May 6th for an evening of entertainment as we raise critical funds for our programs at the Haven and Baby Haven Child Care Center. The fun begins at 5:30 pm with a chef demonstration with local favorites Amos Watts and Marcos Mendez of The Fifth String in Denver.
Our program for the evening will include updates from the Haven and Baby Haven, an inspiring story from a Haven Graduate, and an exciting live auction. We’re also honored to have Dr. Kaylin Klie from the University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine join us for an insightful look into recovery & parenthood. We look forward to seeing you there!
Register today at https://bit.ly/3tsohBc
Mother’s Day Bouquets
We are partnering with the amazing Penny & Leo floral again to bring you beautiful Mother’s Day bouquets! Check one thing off your to-do list for Mother’s Day weekend when you purchase one of these gorgeous bouquets for your honor your mother, wife, aunt, or friend this Mother’s Day weekend. Each bouquet is $100 and on sale through May 3rd. They will be available for contactless pickup or delivery within the Denver metro area by one of our fantastic Friends of the Haven volunteers on May 6th-7th.
Order yours today! https://bit.ly/3aiwkZP
Treatment scholarships are provided to women in the program who are transitioning to independent living. This scholarship pays for the necessary costs incurred that are not covered by the program, such as treatment fees, mental health medications, personal items, etc. The scholarships allow these women to begin independent living without the burden of debt to the program.
The Baby Haven
Support directed to the Baby Haven provides vital resources for the newborn babies and toddlers of women in treatment at the Haven. Contributions help pay for quality childcare workers; purchase diapers, wipes, and clothing; and upgrade school equipment; as well as funding ongoing and emerging needs. This Qualistar rated facility is a shining example of what a community can do for its most vulnerable members.