Under the theme, “Volunteers Make the World a Brighter Place,” The Shelter for Abused Women & Children honored its 480 dedicated volunteers, Mar. 30, with a Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon at Kensington Country Club. In 2016-17, Shelter volunteers logged an amazing 22,183 hours of service. If monetized, the total would exceed $522,631, based on 2015 figures from the Independent Sector.
The lion’s share of the volunteer hours were given at The Shelter’s Options Thrift Shoppe, but countless hours were also spent answering The Shelter’s crisis hotline, ...
Nordstrom recently donated $10,000 to assist The Shelter’s Healing Arts program, which utilizes yoga, breath work, creative writing, art therapy, meditation, drumming circles and other clinically proven methods to help survivors heal from the past, live fully in the present and plan for a life free from violence.
Troy Vincent, Vice President of NFL operations, presented the keynote address during the 2017 Mending Broken Hearts with Hope Luncheon, Feb. 20, 2017, at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort in Naples, FL. Vincent grew up in a home with domestic violence and has been instrumental in raising awareness and calling on men to stand with women to stop and prevent domestic violence.
The Suncoast Credit Union has been a wonderful partner to The Shelter, providing a variety of grants through its Suncoast Credit Union Foundation since 2008.
This year, The Shelter received a $5,000 grant to support the purchase of supplies and materials for our Onsite Child Care Program which serves families in our emergency shelter. Thank you!
Manager, The Shelter Options Shoppe
Assist and provide support to the warehouse organization, sales, and operations of the store with responsibility for merchandise handling and the delivery of excellent customer experience to donors and customers. Organization and donation support specific to the warehouse.
High school degree or equivalent
Bi-lingual (Spanish) ...
What’s better than a slice of fresh apple pie? A free slice of fresh apple pie!
The public is invited to celebrate Apple Pie Day from 1-3 p.m., Tuesday, April 25, at The Shelter Options Shoppe, 968 Second Avenue North in Naples. Options is the fashionable support arm of The Shelter for Abused Women & Children.
Apple Pie Day is held to honor our dedicated Options volunteers and in memory of Jack & Lue Harris for their countless hours of volunteer service at Options. It was a very generous financial gift from Jack & Lue that enabled The Shelter to ...
The Windstar Club Charitable Foundation recently presented The Shelter with a $10,000 check to support at risk kids in the Bayshore area. From left, Kathleen Pinizzotto, Richard Dobson, David Slobodien, Shelter Executive Director Linda Oberhaus and Robert Eitel from the Windstar Club Charitable Foundation.
Want to leave a legacy and make a difference? Join us at The Shelter to learn how!
Speakers will include: Executive Director Linda Oberhaus, Adam C. Kerlek, Esq. of Bond, Schoeneck & King.
Please RSVP by Friday, March 17 as space is limited - Tamika Seaton, 239.775. 3862 or email email@example.com
The Shelter Options Shoppe held its Seventh Annual Fashion Show, Sunday, Mar. 5, 2017, at the store, 968 Second Avenue, North in Naples. Chairs of the event were Lori Fell and Cara Martin. Enjoy the video.
I’m Darby, FCADV's new mascot and I'm on a mission to raise awareness about domestic violence and the interconnection of animal abuse. Even though I'm still a puppy, I want to make a difference in the lives of domestic violence survivors, their children and their pets. So, FCADV and I have teamed up to launch Darby Against Domestic Violence.
The Shelter honored Warner and the late Patti Blow with the Beau Venturi Peace Award, Feb. 20, 2017, during the 17th Annual Mending Broken Hearts with Hope Luncheon. On hand to help accept the gift was their daughter Tracy Pospect.
Naples radio host and journalist Bob Harden interviewed NFL Vice President Troy Vincent, Jan. 17, prior to Vincent's keynote address during the Mending Broken Hearts with Hope Luncheon, Monday, Jan. 20, at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort.
Naples Daily News Guest Editorial, Sunday, Feb. 19, 20
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By Troy Vincent, Executive Vice President of the NFL
As young boys in Trenton, New Jersey, my brother and I grew up behind the closed doors of a home often engulfed with the haunting cries and unspeakable images that predictably come with horrific acts of domestic violence.
Huddling together, we would squeeze our eyes shut, muffle our sobs and, without a sound, wordlessly agree that during those frequent occurrences of violence, our best survival plan was to blanket our pain and ...
WINK News reporter Nicole Papageorge interviews NFL Vice President Troy Vincent prior to his keynote address at The Shelter's Mending Broken Hearts with Hope Luncheon, Monday, Feb. 20, at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort.
NBC-2 Sports reporter Nate Foy interviews Troy Vincent.
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Assist and provide support to the sales and operations of the store with responsibility for POS transactions, merchandise handling and the delivery of excellent customer service to donors and customers
High school degree or equivalent
Bi-lingual (Spanish) preferred
Retail experience preferred
Basic POS and computer skills
NFL Executive Vice President and former football great Troy Vincent will deliver the keynote address during the Mending Broken Hearts with Hope Luncheon, Monday, Feb. 20, 2017 at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort in Naples. Vincent’s message, “Leadership over Violence,” will include his personal story of growing up in a home with domestic violence.
Linda Johnsen and Trang Burney from the Office of Student Engagement at Florida SouthWestern State College led a group of about 30 students to build a labyrinth at The Shelter on Jan. 28, 2017. The labyrinth will offer a quiet place for participants to find peace.