Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury

Board Members

Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury

Introduction

Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury has been serving victims of domestic violence since 1978. The agency provides emergency shelter and free comprehensive support services to victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Safe Haven is committed to ending violence and sexual assault by changing the social conditions and beliefs that perpetuate violence against women and children.

Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury

Overview

The Board of Directors of Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury plays an important role in ensuring that the organization is fiscally sound, well managed and provides quality services. The Board is composed of community members who live or work in the greater Waterbury area. Board members are recruited based on their previous experience in volunteering, their interest in the issues of domestic violence and sexual assault and the expertise that they can provide.

We’re helping hands on

Board Responsibilities

Attend monthly Board meetings
Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of every month
Support Fundraising Events
Out of the Shadows Recognition Dinner & Southbury Golf Tournament
Friends of Safe Haven Dinner
This event is held in June to honor volunteers and Board.
Assist with Board development
Investments & Finances, Personnel Issues and Ad Hoc Committees
Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury

Board of Directors

Marianne Como – President
Mary Jane Robinson – Vice President
Theresa DiGiovanni – Treasurer
Meagan Anthony – Secretary

Suzanne Broderick
Isabel DeSousa
Chrysten Dufour
Joseph Foti
Kimberly Lebron
Patrick McGrath
Luis Nolan

The Board of Directors of Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury plays an important role in ensuring that the organization is fiscally sound, well managed and provides quality services. The Board is composed of community members who live or work in the greater Waterbury area. Board members are recruited based on their previous experience in volunteering, their interest in the issues of domestic violence and sexual assault and the expertise that they can provide.

Donate
We are accepting food, clothing and of course money.
Volunteer
Roll up your sleeves along side of us and help someone in need.
Partner
Looking to make a difference in someone's life on a regular basis.
Increases quality of life
90%
Agreed that Safe Haven added to their overall quality of life and safety
Sponsor a Family
80%
Believed that Safe Haven gave their family a greater sense of closeness
Health Protection
82%
Believed they had a greater sense of security with Safe Haven
Emotional Benefits
85%
Reported to have a stronger sense of well-being due to Safe Haven’s involvement

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