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The Shelter is pleased to provide accommodations, including American Sign Language interpreters, assistive listening devices, alternative formats of printed materials and real-time captioning upon request from persons who are deaf, hard of hearing or are living with disabilities. To ensure accommodations, please email your request two weeks prior to the beginning of the event to info@naplesshelter.org, or call 239.775.3862, TTY 239.775.4265.

 

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The 2014 Purple Party - Friday, October 3, 2014 at Ridgway Bar & Grill

The third annual Purple Party hosted by The Shelter's Next Generation committee. Join us from to 6-7:30 pm for a wine tasting to benefit The Shelter. Silent Auction and an exciting drawing prize. If you would like to stay for dinner, 10% of your bill will go to support The Shelter!

Please click here to purchase a ticket

 

Fit N' Fun Field Day...Unplugged! - Date for 2015, Coming Soon

A morning of three-legged races, obstacle courses, sack races, soccer dribble and more! The Next Generation Board of The Shelter, 20 fabulous young professionals in the Collier County community under the leadership of The Shelter, chaired by Caroline Ridgway and Dave Anderson, is hoping your family will join theirs for a FIELD DAY to support The Shelter and healthy relationships.

For more information, please contact Cyndi Fields at 239-775-3862 or cfields@naplesshelter.org

 

After Hours at Options

Options is now providing a personalized, after hours shopping experience for interested groups. Available by appointment only to groups of 20 or more on weeknights from 5 - 8:00 p.m.

For more information, click here.

Partners for a Peaceful Community - TAKE THE PLEDGE TODAY!

 


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Join The Shelter for Abused Women & Children in creating solutions to end violence in our homes, schools, neighborhoods and communities.

Download the pledge, have your family, friends, students, coworkers, etc., join you in signing the document and post it as a reminder that you have made a commitment to peace in your home, school, business, civic organization and community.


Cell Phone Recycling Program - Ongoing


Donate new or used cell phones to The Shelter and provide life-saving access to emergency services for adult and child victims of domestic violence, dating violence and elder abuse.


Collection boxes placed throughout Collier County provide a convenient means for individuals to recycle both phones and chargers. The majority of phones recycled are charged and given to adults and children in danger, allowing them to make emergency 911 calls only. The Shelter also works with business partners that properly recycle collected phones and, in return, make a cash contribution to the nonprofit organization.


For more information on our Cell Phone Recycling Program, including details on how to host a Cell Phone Recycling Drive, please call The Shelter at 239.775.3862, ext. 235, or email to RThompson@NaplesShelter.org


We gratefully acknowledge the sponsors of this event:

Cell Phone Drop Box Locations
Options Thrift Shoppe

Starbucks Coffee Company Stores in Naples & Bonita Springs
Vanderbilt Presbyterian Church
San Marco Catholic Church
First Presbyterian Church
Florida Community Bank
Helps Outreach
AT&T Wireless (2083 Tamiami Trail N)
Planned Parenthood
Barron Collier Companies
Neighborhood Health Clinic

Regions Bank, Vineyards location (Pine Ridge & I-75)

RBC Bank, Radio Rd.

Huntington Bank, Pelican Bay


For more locations, click here!