Providing a safe night to domestic violence survivors

​​You can help a survivor of domestic violence or human trafficking. When shelters are full, staff may temporarily place survivors at secure hotel locations until safe, longer-term shelter is found. Using the SafeNight mobile app, you can make tax-deductible donations that pay for that safe shelter.

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It's shameful that this is not the runaway winner on ProductHunt today. What's more noble than helpful those in need? Come on... upvote this one.
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I think this concept is a very powerful one - with the push of a button, you can help shelters and organizations care for more victims than they could alone. I think one drawback is that many people have a really poor understanding of what happens when a domestic violence victim decides to leave their situation, and they may not understand how one night can make all the difference.


Helps get funds directly where they need to be when they need to be there


Needs more affiliation with credible organizations

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Hi, Taylor, I'm the assistant product manager for the Safe Shelter Collaborative and I want to thank you for your kind words. From the start, we’ve collaborated with domestic violence agencies to design the SafeNight app, in addition to working with Polaris, an established leader in eradicating human trafficking, and the National Network to End Domestic Violence, who guided us in creating a credible and secure solution that helps agencies fund a necessary part of the services they provide. You’re right: many people don’t understand how shelter can be such a critical piece in breaking the cycle of violence. It’s our hope that bringing visibility to the issue will influence more supporters who can help agencies make a difference in survivors’ lives. Thanks so much for your support of SafeNight, Taylor. We all appreciate it! Tiffany
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I love what you're doing. How has it been going? What cities are you working in?
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@jacqvon, thanks! Participating agencies are located in 11 states and have received $37,768 in donations to provide survivors with emergency shelter. You can see our impact at https://www.safesheltercollabora....