Thursday, March 5, 2020

PROJECT SAFE HAVEN helped 18 Individuals with EMERGENCY SHELTER for their families due to DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

"Thanks to the Mecklenburg County Jumpstart grant we were able to help 18 individuals with emergency shelter for their families due to domestic violence in their homes. With this grant we were also able to feed four families and provide clothing for another family. We are truly honored to have been able to provide these services to victims including referrals to food pantries, counseling and medical care. 
Butterfly Visions Project is committed to helping victims of domestic violence on their journey to self-sufficiency and healthy living. Our hope is to continue applying for grants to provide emergency shelter to victims and their families to support their journey to becoming survivors and hopefully advocates with us! 
We rely on donations to help us carry out our mission. We accept donations via PayPal at"
- Tiffany Brown of Butterfly Visions Project and Project Safe Haven
The Butterfly Visions Project (BVP) a non-profit organization founded by prominent Charlotte, NC businesswoman Tiffany Brown that was designed to administer resources, and provide assistance to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault has initiated Project Safe Haven in January 2020.
"Project Safe Haven is a grant funded program to provide emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence. Project Safe Haven will provide emergency shelter, referral services, and resources needed for victims to be safe, start their journey to healing and connect with resources to help them regain self-sufficiency." states Tiffany Brown the forerunner of the Project Safe Haven campaign.
To refer victims in need of immediate assistance from Project Safe Haven call 980-202-2059 or email

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