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Harmony House, formally known as the Family Violence Center, has been providing basic needs to female survivors of domestic violence for 35 years. The shelter is in desperate need of some very basic items like toilet paper, paper towels, and bath towels. A survivor of domestic abuse, Kelly Ulch, has been staying at Harmony House since January 3.
“It’s a blessing. I mean they provide food, clothes, shelter and daycare for my children and it’s just a blessing. ” Ulch said.
Development director for Harmony House, Danielle Conti, wants the community to know that every bit counts.
“You know, it doesn’t cost a whole lot to help. But we need toilet paper. We need paper towels. We need shampoo and conditioner. There are a lot of things that we have on our website that we need on kind of an ongoing basis. There isn’t a time that we don’t need it.”
That website is www.harmonyhouse.org.
For KSMU News, I’m Shannon Bowers.