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Dear Friends of Ruby's Place,
We Can't Thank You Enough!!!!
Because of your generosity - many lives stand to be transformed. During the Purple Purse Challenge, Ruby's Place raised $19,405! But wait there's more...we were among the top 20 organizations to raise the most money, earning us an additional $3,000+ from the Allstate Foundation for a grand total of $22,405. Infinite thanks to you for helping to make us a winner.
Now our families can and will win too!!!!
Mission Statement:The mission of Ruby’s Place is to provide prevention and supportive services to the community and people impacted by domestic violence, human trafficking or homelessness.
Vision Statement:Safe and stable families, one person at a time.
We have a long range vision to rebuild our shelter and develop permanent, affordable housing. YOU can help make this dream a reality by donating now!
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It is through the generous support of people like you that we are able to continue and expand our services to women and children in the East Bay. Your support is very much appreciated!
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