The majority of our girls come to us without a funding source. We cover the costs for their clinical, medical, education, therapeutic and personal care–which quickly adds up. Please consider helping us cover the cost of caring by pledging to give $1.66 per day, every day, for one year. Join today.
Do you want to help with The Covering House’s fundraising events? Would you enjoy organizing our storage location? Would you like to help transport food? If you answered yes, then click here to learn more!
Do you have some items you would like to donate to The Covering House? Want to hold a collection drive? Check out our Stock Our Shelves constant needs list or our Food Donation List. We work hard to keep these lists updated. You can also view our Amazon Smile Wish List. For more information head over to our In-Kind Donations Page.
Gentlemen Encouraging No Trafficking (G.E.N.T.) Society. As men we are the most common offenders, it is our job to make the change; it begins and ends with us. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!
We believe the worth of every child is priceless. At The Covering House, we utilize top-level staffing to provide the trauma-informed care our young survivors need to take back part of their childhood and grow into strong, healthy young women. But we cannot do it alone. Please consider taking action and join Cover 13 today.
Are you passionate about our mission? Would you like to join our team at The Covering House and help our girls? Check out our current openings for jobs and internships here.
The Covering House offers an informational presentation to community organizations, training to law enforcement, healthcare professionals, or educators, as well as our Reducing the Risk prevention program for students and teachers. If you would like to learn more, or request a presentation/training, please click here and complete the form.
Approximately 57% of our girls have no funding source, so The Covering House provides for 100% of their care. As you can imagine, the dollars add up quickly. Learn what you can do to help raise money for our girls’ basic needs. Learn More.