How To Contribute
Every dollar donated to Sojourner Center makes a difference in transforming the lives of thousands of individuals impacted by domestic violence in Arizona.
With $30 we can provide an hour of lay legal services to a victim of domestic violence, helping them navigate the legal system and apply for important services, such as orders of protections; $70 pays to provide transitional housing and case management to a victim of domestic violence for a week, allowing them to transition from a state of crisis to self-sufficiency; and $200 allows our Preschool class to go to the Phoenix Zoo or Children’s Museum – but any amount, small or large, has an impact on the life of an individual impacted by domestic violence.
There are a number of ways to donate and we invite you to explore the many ways you can give to Sojourner Center.
Every dollar donated to Sojourner Center makes a difference in transforming the lives of those impacted by domestic violence in Arizona. Any amount, small or large, has an impact on our participants. Learn more about how you can support Sojourner Center.
Victims of domestic violence often escape with nothing but the clothes they are wearing. Sojourner Center offers an on-site donation center where residents can rebuild their lives, one piece at a time. By providing participants with much-needed items for their new homes, as well as support with budgeting and financial planning, the Donation Center promotes self-reliance, stability, and confidence.
Sojourner Center’s Volunteer program provides individuals, companies, community groups, and families the opportunity to partner with Sojourner Center to help our participants rebuild their lives.
Sojourner Center holds public and private events to engage, educate and inspire our supporters in the community, ensuring we have the necessary resources to continue meeting the needs of domestic violence victims.
Take a Tour
A tour of Sojourner Center sheds light on what our shelter is and does, and focuses attention on the issue of domestic violence. Visitors hear the stories of the women and children living in the shelter and the experiences that brought them to us, and learn how Sojourner Center empowers them to rebuild their lives.