BOZEMAN – Last year, HAVEN served 790 unduplicated clients and received 2,749 calls on its 24-hour crisis line. A nonprofit domestic violence organization serving the Gallatin Valley, the group’s annual fundraiser provides is vital to ensure clients continue to receive free quality support services.
This year the event will be May 19, at the Emerson Cultural Center. A Taste of Haven celebrates 33 years of service with a tasting of exquisite chocolate, fine wine and hors d’oeuvres, a silent auction, and a show from Basement Jazz, a local group of Bozeman High School School musicians. Cocktail attire requested.
HAVEN supports victims of domestic violence and their families with a 24-hour crisis line (406-586-4111), 15-bed emergency shelter, legal advocacy, counseling and support groups. The organization also teaches preventative education to local children, which includes material on bullying, respect and healthy relationships.
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