Ruby’s Place
24-hour hotline (888) 339-SAFE


Fundraising Websites - Crowdrise

Click here to see the full campaign website and photos and a video.

As of September 30 we have received an additional $10,900 in cash and check donations towards this campaign not reflected in the campaign honor roll.

Also, we have won $7,500 in match funds from Allstate

Total collected as of September 30 is: $ 26,310!!! Thank you everyone!!



Mission Statement:
The mission of Ruby’s Place is to foster a wellness based and culturally responsive community providing emergency shelter and supportive services to women and children who experience domestic violence, human trafficking and homelessness.
Vision Statement:
The vision of Ruby’s Place is to provide a safe and life directing experience for women and children who make the choice to leave a life of domestic violence, human trafficking and homelessness.
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!
Ruby's Place, Inc.


Mission Statement:
The mission of Ruby's Place is to foster a wellness based and culturally responsive community providing emergency shelter and supportive services to women and children who experience domestic violence, human trafficking and homelessness.

Why did we change our name to Ruby’s Place?

Same faces ~ Enhanced Program ~ New Name

In the beginning, we were an emergency shelter – over the years, we have expanded our program to include counseling services, employment assistance, hired on staff therapists for women and children’s counseling, added an aftercare program for transitional and permanent housing, developed an Outreach Program for the community and much more. We offer legal assistance for restraining orders and visa’s, and have establish additional resource programs so that the clients who come to us leave healthy, successful and can begin their new lives. This has included relocation, witness protection and of course, permanent housing.

In addition, the old name (Emergency Shelter Program) is now the name of the federal grant program that provides funding to us and just to make you smile – when you searched for www.espca.org – the first search result was animal shelters – we were so tired of receiving those calls – really!

 

Please enjoy this short video from Congressman Swalwell as he recognizes Ruby’s Place
in honor of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month!
Thank you Congressman!

A special greeting from Congressman Eric Swalwell
about ESP/Ruby's Place and National Domestic Violence Month

We are pleased to announce we are changing our name to “Ruby’s Place” – we love our new Agency name, and we will launch it officially once we have completed all the necessary paperwork. Until then, we wish to share her story with you…..

 

 

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Ways to help

Financial Donations

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It is through the generous support of citizens like you that we are able to continue and expand our services to the women and children in the East Bay. Your support is very much appreciated!

Please make your checks payable to:
Ruby’s Place
1180 B Street
Hayward, CA 94541

To donate online with a credit card or electronic check please visit Network for Good

In-Kind Donations

Have any spare household items? Donate them! Click to view our wish list!

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We are always looking for ways to improve our services - if you have a suggestion, please email .
Thank you!

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If you are a woman in need of shelter call:
(888) 339-SAFE