DVAM (Domestic Violence Awareness Month) is just a few weeks away! Domestic violence doesn’t discriminate; it can happen in any community, and victims can be of any gender, race, or socioeconomic status. Every one of us can play a role in ending domestic violence and supporting survivors. Please visit our website to learn more about Domestic Violence and how Gateway supports victims, their children, and pets.
Join us at Corks for a Cause!
Please join us on October 6th for our Wine Tasting Fundraiser, Corks for a Cause! The evening will consist of a wine tasting with heavy hors d’oeuvres and a fantastic silent auction featuring luxury travel, arts & culture, and dining packages. This event is not to be missed! All proceeds will directly benefit Gateway Domestic Violence Services and our life-saving program. For more information or to register, click on the link below. Questions? Contact Marnie Kamensky, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-577-7924. REGISTER NOW
Donations of Hygiene Products Needed!
Are you up to your eyes in travel-size shampoo and conditioner from a recent travel? Let Gateway take them off your hands! We are seeking donations of new travel or full-size hygiene products for our shelter residents. You can also purchase through our Amazon Wishlist. For more information or to make delivery arrangements, please contact Marnie Kamensky at 303-577-7924.
A huge thank you to our friends at Lennar Homes and Smith & Willis HVAC for their generous donations of air conditioners and cooling equipment to help keep shelter residents cool during the summer heat wave. As a nonprofit organization, we rely heavily on the support of our community partners to sustain our operations, and we couldn’t be more grateful for their generosity. Thank you!
What our clients say about Gateway
“I feel moments of true happiness again after going through a long spell of feeling little or nothing.”
“Gateway has had a large hand in reviving my soul. I have a lot to be thankful for and I'm determined to lead a peaceful life.”
“I'm thankful for my counselors, and the caring souls who held my hand and heart in the shelter in the early days.”
“I realized I was making a mistake by treating my daughter just like my husband was treating me. I knew I needed parenting classes.”
“I went to counseling through rain, snow and storms… everything was there to help me, and I didn’t want to lose what has made me a stronger person.”
“My self-esteem, self-worth and self-confidence have improved… Now when I look back, I can proudly say that I survived.”