HERFight x Narika

We are excited to announce our partnership with Narika for the HERFight x Narika Hygiene Drive! From January 22 to March 5, we will be accepting monetary donations, as well as non-monetary donations such as sanitary napkins, soap, and masks in order to make hygiene kits that will be distributed to survivors of abuse. Each kit will contain one pack of sanitary napkins, a travel-sized bottle of shampoo, conditioner, and soap, non-perishable snacks and items, household items such as detergent, dish soap, or toothbrushes, sanitizer, wipes, toilet paper, and a hand-written card with an empowering message. This will permit the survivor with enough essentials to make it through a month.

Monetary Donations

All monetary donations are tax-deductible and should be made to the donation link below. Your donation will be used to buy materials such as hygiene products (shampoo, conditioner, body wash, toothpaste, body scrubs, tampons, pads) household items (laundry detergent, dishwashing detergent, etc) snacks (nuts, candy) self-care items (makeup, nail polish) and gifts cards (Visa, Amazon), etc. You will receive a receipt in your email after contributing. If you would like to track your donation, we will be updating our website and social media with our progress! We appreciate any amount of contribution.

If you would like to make donations through another method, please email us!

Physical Donations

Thank you so much for choosing to donate to the Narika x HERFight Drive! By filling out this form, you will be choosing a time and date during which one of our members will stop by your house and pick up your donations. To ensure the safety of both parties, please leave your donations at your doorstep in a bag or box so we can pick them up as efficiently as possible. Please be considerate of the time the members are taking out to pick up your donations. If possible, try to contact us as soon as possible to inform us if you are unable to place the donation outside.

Note: This service is only available in Fremont, CA, until March 2nd.

Write a Message to a Survivor

Thank you so much for writing a note for a domestic violence survivor. Your message will be put on a hand-written card that will be included in a care kit.

FAQ

Where is your donation going?

Your donation will be going to Narika, an organization based in Fremont which cater to those who have gone through sexual assault and domestic violence. The materials or money will be used to create kits to provide to them.

 

What does a kit contain?
A kit contains one pack of sanitary napkins, a travel-sized bottle of shampoo, conditioner, and soap, non-perishable snacks and items, household items such as detergent, dish soap, or toothbrushes, sanitizer, wipes, toilet paper, and a hand written card with an empowering message. This will permit the survivor with enough essentials to make it through a month.

 

What can I donate?
Hygiene products (shampoo, conditioner, body wash, toothpaste, body scrubs, tampons, pads) Household Items (laundry detergent, dishwashing detergent etc) Snacks (nuts, candy) Self Care items (makeup, nail polish) gifts cards (Visa, Amazon) and a handwritten note or art.

 

How long can I donate till?
We will be accepting physical donations until March 5th. We will be accepting monetary donations without a definite date for now, because we will continue making kits past March 5th, but they will be sent internationally.

 

I don’t have items to donate. Can I donate money so you can buy the materials?
Yes! Your contribution is tax-deductible, and you will receive a receipt after donating to us.

What is Narika?

Narika was founded in 1992, by immigrant women who identified the need for culturally responsive and linguistically diverse domestic violence services in the Bay Area. Embracing the notion of safety, empowerment and wellness, Narika addresses the unmet needs of survivors of abuse by providing advocacy, support, information, and referrals within a culturally sensitive and linguistically diverse model. Narika has helped thousands of individuals put abuse and violence behind them and build new lives for themselves.

Important Links

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