Domestic Violence Shelter in Overland Park

Donate & Empower Survivors

Who we are

Safehome is a nonprofit organization and domestic violence shelter in Overland Park for survivors of domestic violence.

Our core purpose is to provide a healing atmosphere where survivors of domestic violence can gain inner strength, explore options, receive support and establish a life free of violence. Through Safehome’s shelter and other services, approximately 8,000 individuals each year receive the support they need to lead healthy, independent lives.

As the only domestic violence shelter in Johnson County, and the largest in the state of Kansas, Safehome strives to break the cycle of domestic violence and partner abuse for victims and their children.

$0.91 cents of every $1.00 donated goes to direct client care


Why give?

Your financial support helps us achieve our mission to break the cycle of domestic violence and partner abuse for survivors and their children at our domestic violence shelter in Overland Park.

We provide critical services to women, men, and children and are committed to ensuring the safety of all families in our community with your assistance. Whether it is a one-time donation, recurring monthly gift, or annual gift, every little bit makes a big difference.

Please take a few moments to view our “Hope Lives Here” video for a glimpse into what donations like yours are doing to change lives.

Ways to Give

Give a Monetary GIft

To make a gift by electronically, please use our secure online form or via Venmo @Support-Safehome. Checks can be made payable to Safehome and mailed to P.O. Box 4563, Overland Park, KS 66204. Pledge through the phone by contacting the development office at (913) 378-1517 or (913) 378-1519.

In-Kind Gifts

Gifts in-kind are needed goods and services rather than a direct financial gift. Click here for a printable list of our essential needs.
PLEASE NOTE- Safehome can ONLY accept new items. If you would like to donate gently used items, please contact our community partners at the following locations.

Blessings Abound  913-648-0700  (gently used items)

Catholic Charities  913-433-2100  (gently used items)

Hillcrest Transitional Housing  816-994-6934  (gently used items)

Flourish Furnishings  816-946-8600  (gently used home furnishings)

KVC Kansas  913-499-8100

Center of Grace Clothing Closet 913-764-1353 (gently used clothing & household items)

Donations accepted Monday-Wednesday between 10a-4p.
Donations will not be accepted without an appointment.
To schedule delivery of new items to Safehome contact Emily Keller at

Matching Gifts

Many companies will match charitable contributions made by employees and, in some cases, double or triple the value of your gift.

Gifts of Stock

Gifts of stock are an excellent way to give back to Safehome. When you donate a gift of stock, you receive a tax deduction for the full value of the stock on the day it is transferred to Safehome, and avoid taxes on capital gains.

Planned Giving/Bequest

Planned gifts made through a provision in one’s will naming Safehome as the beneficiary is an option. You may choose to give a specific amount, asset, or percentage of your estate, the remainder of your estate after bequests to your heirs, or a bequest contingent upon the survival of heirs.

Life Insurance

Safehome may be named as the owner and sole or shared beneficiary of a life insurance policy. If so, the premiums are tax-deductible to the payee. Prepaid insurance policies are deductible during the lifetime of the policyholder.

Amazon Wishlist

Our Amazon wishlist is also a great way to donate current essential needs!

2024 Theater in the Park Partnership

Safehome is a proud partner of Theatre in the Park, a program of the Johnson County Park & Recreation District and is the largest community theatre in the nation. TIP mission to enhance the quality of life in the community by providing a variety of entertainment programs through public and private partnerships. For more information, please visit

Every gift is a step toward changing lives.

These examples illustrate only some of the impacts that our donors make for adults and children recovering from domestic violence.


can help an individual take the first steps towards self-sufficiency by paying for transportation to support groups, housing and legal appointments


could provide for one therapy session for a survivor in need


provides safe housing for one day


provides a victim of domestic violence legal representation in obtaining a protection order


provides a security deposit and rent support for a family leaving the shelter

Current Needs

  Donation drop-off

Kitchen Supplies

Food & Snacks


NEW Clothing & Misc. Supplies

Gift Card

Cleaning Supplies

Linens & Towels

Baby & Toddler Supplies

Paper/Plastic Products

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