A Holiday Thank You

Harbor House staff sends out a big thank you to all the people who are helping to make Christmas a little brighter for our clients.

Many people, businesses and organizations bought or made items to ensure CADV clients had food, clothing, household goods and gifts from Santa.

From left are Jaymie Donovan, Newmont Legacy Fund board member and Newmont external relations representative; CADV Executive Director Marianne McKown, and Nancy Ostler, Newmont Legacy Fund executive director and Newmont external relations specialist.

From left are Jaymie Donovan, Newmont Legacy Fund board member and Newmont external relations representative; CADV Executive Director Marianne McKown, and Nancy Ostler, Newmont Legacy Fund executive director and Newmont external relations specialist.

Just a few of the groups include, the Newmont Legacy Fund Team, Barrick Exploration, Eide Bailly, employees at Great Basin College, employees at Northeastern Nevada Regional Hospital, Elko County administration office, Ruby Radio, Bonanza, Kiwanis, Soroptimist International of Elko, PEO Sisterhood, American Legion Post 7, and the VFW.

Elko County Library was gracious enough to host a ”food for fines” campaign for the shelter. This allowed individuals from all over to donate to Harbor House.

The Hospital Auxiliary has hosted a monthly drive since August to assist with the ever-changing needs the nonprofit faces. This month the group gathered paper products.

The Lamoille Women’s Club has donated on a regular basis to Harbor House since before it was built in 1998. This organization continues to give food and other items to help CADV clients.

The Committee Against Domestic Violence could not successfully help victims of domestic, family, dating and sexual violence and stalking without the assistance it receives from the communities within the Elko, Eureka and White Pine counties.

Look at our website and Facebook page, @CADVHarborHouse, to see some of the highlighted donations.