Our Impact

Each year, we reflect on the work we were able to accomplish and the lives we were able to change. Thanks to hundreds of supporters we can continue this life-saving work.

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Your Dollars Make An Impact

$35 =
1 HOUR OF DAYCARE

where two wonderful teachers provide a warm classroom learning environment for kids ages 2-5, and will soon be expanding to include a one-year-old classroom, too

$80 =
A DAY OF CLEANING SERVICES

which creates a clean and healthy environment in our shelters for our survivors

$137 =
8 HOUR SHIFT ON HOTLINE

which enables one of our trained advocates to answer our 24/7 crisis hotline and help save peoples lives

$665 =
A FULL DAY OF MEALS

this includes a nutritious breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack to all the adults and children in our shelter

$3,100 =
ELECTRICITY FOR A MONTH

this provides a basic, yet essential utility at our shelter and provide light during difficult times for our survivors

Financials

The Spring is committed to the highest quality fiscal management, ensuring that all contributions are used ethically, with transparency, and in a manner that will provide the greatest impact for survivors seeking our services.

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