October is domestic violence awareness month. Oklahoma ranks #1 in the United States for the highest domestic violence rates. In response to this, several TTRPG creators have come together for this bundle to help raise funds for Safenet Services, a non-profit in Oklahoma. Safenet serves families who have been impacted by domestic violence.
When I reached out to Safenet, they offered language up that better explains their functions:
"Serving Rogers and Mayes counties, Safenet Services’ mission is to create a safe, healthy, and supportive environment for women and families healing from the consequences of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. In 1989, the original agency, Rogers County Community Services Center, received 501(c)(3) status and in 1990, merged with the Parents Anonymous Board. Crisis Line and parenting groups were the beginning services. The Rogers County Domestic Abuse Shelter was officially opened in January of 1991. In 2005, the name was changed to Safenet Services, Inc. Safenet Services is a refuge and resource center for those fleeing domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
The agency was formed by the Founding Executive Director, Donna Grabow. While Donna was the Executive Director, she established countless opportunities and avenues to benefit Safenet by creating hope for survivors of partner abuse. Safenet operates out of Rogers and Mayes County in Northeast Oklahoma, in addition to owning and operating Second Impressions resale, serving clients and other community members in need by providing shopping vouchers. Along with the Board of Directors, Donna completed a capital campaign by designing and building the Donald W. Reynolds Family Center on September 27, 2012. This 15,800-square-foot facility has allowed the agency to triple Safenet’s service capacity.
Over the last ten years, Safenet has been able to provide more services to a greater number of survivors. The agency is certified through the Office of the Attorney General and is a United Way partner. The agency is a member of the Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, the National Victims Center for Victims of Crime, and the Supervised Visitation Network. Most services take place in the Donald W. Reynolds Family Center, these facilities include a domestic abuse shelter, counseling offices, supervised visitation offices, and administrative offices. The shelter has 10 rooms and 35 beds. The Mayes County office offers counseling offices and administrative offices for court advocacy and protective orders. Today, Safenet's programs and services include a crisis line that is answered 24 hours a day 7 days per week, in addition to counseling services, court advocacy, case management, empowerment education, sexual assault advocacy, sexual assault prevention, batterers intervention groups, a variety of survivor groups, and supervised visitation. "
For $5, you will receive several games, with a total reaching over $100! All proceeds from this bundle will go to help Safenet with their continued mission.
Includes the following items: