• Duluth Gift Box Company White Spruce Market to Donate a Portion of All Sales to Survivors of Domestic Violence

    Duluth Gift Box Company White Spruce Market to Donate a Portion of All Sales to Survivors of Domestic Violence

    As we planned for 2022, we committed to choosing a local organization to donate a portion of our profits to. We love our hometown of Duluth, MN, with a soft spot for the incredible women who make up our community. With that in mind, a portion of each sale in 2022 will be donated to survivors of domestic violence at Safe Haven Shelter and Resource Center in Duluth, Minnesota.


    About Safe Haven

    Safe Haven offers support and resources to victims of domestic abuse leading them to a life free from violence. Their mission is to provide safety, space to heal, advocacy, and empowerment for women, children and all survivors of domestic violence. They serve seven counties in Northern Minnesota and help more than 1,500 adults and children annually with their services.

    As a 39-bed shelter, Safe Haven is committed to providing shelter, food and safety in a supportive environment to individuals and families that have been abused. They also provide legal advocacy, self sufficiency services, safety planning and support services through their Resource Center. Both services are open to anyone, with shelter services available 24/7 through their crisis hotline and the resource center open Monday - Friday, 8 AM - 4 PM (no appointment necessary).


    Why Support Safe Haven?

    We believe in using our powers for good. For us, this means donating a portion of every single sale to uplifting women with support & resources when they need it most. Whether you’re shopping online with us, or ordering a batch of corporate gifts, your dollars will help further Safe Haven’s mission and bring awareness to this issue in our community. 💜


    To learn more about Safe Haven, click here.

    For anonymous, confidential help, please call Safe Haven’s 24-Hour Crisis Line at (218) 728-6481. If you are in danger, call 911.

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