Empowering homeless women and their children to achieve permanent, independent living.

Volunteer to feed our residents

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Would you, your family, or social group like to support homeless women and children by volunteering to provide a meal at our shelters in Libertyville? Women and children at the Haven greatly appreciate our meal donors!

Pick the meal time that works for you, then use the links for each shelter house below to select an available date and see additional information about the process. Our Volunteer Coordinator will help to make the drop-off arrangements.

Provide a Dinner

Volunteer and sign up to provide dinner for our shelter residents (10 women and children) on a day of their choosing. One of the most popular programs at the Haven, our residents really love it! Meal donations can be dropped off at 5:00 pm, hot or with re-heating instructions.

Donate Two Bags of Groceries

You can also sign up to grocery shop and donate two bags of groceries for our shelter residents. It’s easy, quick, and fun to do! And you will know that you have made a big difference in the lives of local women and children who are homeless. Drop-offs occur on Wednesdays at 5:00 pm or Sundays at 2pm. To sign up, visit the online sign-up forms below.

Provide Lunch

Our lunch program provides residents with a nutritious lunch that they can enjoy at the shelter or when they are on the go! Find out how you can help with this program:

Provide Breakfast

Have you always wanted to contribute a meal to the women and children in our shelter, but the timing just wasn’t right for your schedule? Maybe this new opportunity of donating breakfast for our residents is right for you! It’s easy, quick, and you can know that you have made a big difference in the lives of local women and children who are homeless. Please sign up for a morning soon.

Thank you!

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Program Achievements

achievements
80%
of our residents graduated to the next level of safe, stable, independent living!
97%
of our residents learned skills to manage their finances.
91%
of our residents saved a nest egg.
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