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The holidays are here! Please include Safe Futures in your  giving this season.

We’re happy to report the we have had such a generous outpouring from our community, that we have met all our clients wish list needs for the holidays. That being said, of course we have great need throughout the year.

If you would like to support Safe Futures this holiday season, please make a cash gift to be used for what what is needed most. Such gifts are critically important. You help us meet the unexpected needs our women, children and men may have in the New Year.

To make a donation, click here:

Read more: You, too, can be in the Business of Hearts.

To find out what your gift can do, click here.

To learn why cash gifts make such a difference: click here.

Thank you for your generosity!

Looking for a special way to honor someone or mark a special event?

Honor someone with a lasting gift – an inscribed brick that helps create a Pathway to a Safe Future!  Each brick donation supports our endowment.  Click here for more information.

Thanks to the Southeastern CT Women’s NETWORK for its launch of this important campaign!

We are celebrating our 40th year!

Check in frequently to learn about what special activities and events we have coming up.

Founded in 1976 as the Women’s Center of Southeastern Connecticut , Safe Futures began as an information and referral service for women entering the workforce.  Today, Safe Futures operates two 24-hour hotlines, an emergency shelter, and a transitional living program for families working to rebuild lives shattered by domestic violence or sexual assault.  Safe Futures also provides counseling and advocacy, case management, court advocacy, support groups, and educational programs for schools and community groups.  All 21 towns in New London County are served by the agency.


Welcome to Safe Futures, where we save lives, restore hope, and change the future for those impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault in southeastern Connecticut.