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Who We Are
Established in January of 1983, New Day Shelter is a safe haven for victims of Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault. We are a non-profit organization, which provides emergency housing and food to victims and their children. Beyond performing crisis intervention and support services, New Day Shelter is an important grassroots effort toward affecting the social change that is necessary to prevent and ultimately reduce family violence and sexual assault in the communities that we serve. We do this by providing an enhanced service provision; Self-Sufficiency Programming, Sexual Assault Intervention Program, Children's Programming, community education, training to professionals, and presentations to age specific (K-12) non-violence curriculum to classrooms in the area schools. Furthermore, New Day Shelter provides a culturally sensitive Native American component to all shelter programs and services. For more information, please see "Shelter Services" in this website.
Starting the New Year off warm!
The BigBundle Up Campaign, which benefits children being served by theBad River Zhwenidig Domestic Abuse Program,Bad River Women’s Shelter and the Ashland New Day Shelter, was a huge success! Community members donated brand new, warm, winter children’s mittens, hats, scarves, boots, snow pants, jackets, etc. and we are so thankful!!
2016 Winner of Passageways To Peace Award
Andi Manzer, center, is the recipient of New Day Shelter's 2016 Passageways to Peace Award. On left is Amy O'Donahue, Domestic Violence-Sexual Assault Liaison; on right is Christa Grande, New Day Shelter Advocate
Click the logo to visit the Mary Kay Foundation's website
Thank you to The Mary Kay Foundation for our $20,000 grant! These funds will help us continue to maintain critical services and programs for domestic violence survivors in Ashland and Bayfield Counties.
Kathy Roper, Executive Director, and Tom Potterton, Board President, are grateful to receive the $20,000 grant from The Mary Kay Foundation as October's Domestic Violence Awareness Month begins!
Click the link below for the full press release from the Mary Kay Foundation!
New Day Shelter is grateful to Excel Energy Foundation for their generous support. www.excelenergy.com
2015 2ND ANNUAL SOUPER COOK-OFF!
Thank you to everyone who made our 2nd Annual Souper Cook-Off a success! Congratulations to our 2015 winners! Mayor's Choice winner: Pat Dietz- beef vegetable cabbage. Peoples choice winners: Laurie Gage-Gregor- cream of chicken wild rice & Kyle Perusky- zupa Toscana Most Like Grandma's Recipe winner: Jean Wickman- chicken dumpling.