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Support Our Sponsored Charity

Every year, Oregon AWHONN selects a local charity to support during our Fall Conference. This year, we will be supporting Safe Haven Maternity Home. Read more about this amazing group below.

We ask all attendees to please help by donating in any way you can. We will be holding a diaper drive and quilt raffle to support our charity. Bring any number of unopened packages of diapers or contribute much-needed supplies via the Amazon link below. Attendees who donate diapers or supplies will be entered in a drawing for a fabulous prize.


While at Conference, purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a beautiful hand-made quilt. All money raised from the quilt raffle will be DOUBLED by Oregon AWHONN and donated directly to Safe Haven Maternity Home.


Diaper Drive

Bring unopened packages of diapers or contribute via the Amazon link below.

Floral Pattern

Quilt Raffle

While at Conference, purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a beautiful quilt.

About Safe Haven Maternity Home

Safe Haven Maternity Home, a nonprofit organization under 501(c)(3), was established in 1992 to provide a safe home environment that inspires and provides resources to pregnant women and mothers and their babies who are in crisis. To date, we have assisted nearly 900 women and babies in need.   We currently house eight women and their babies.  Each resident may stay through her pregnancy, delivery and up to one year, or longer when necessary.


What We Offer Our Residents 

  • Safe home environment that is supervised  around the clock

  • Nutritious meals and training on menu planning, shopping, and cooking 

  • Transportation to appointments, classes, and support groups

  • Parenting, life skills, computer, job skills classes 

  • Assessments and referrals to community partners

  • Emotional support and advocacy

  • Access to computers for training and job search

  • An individualized plan to assist each mother during their time at Safe Haven and when they leave


Safe Haven’s overall purpose is to ensure residents develop successful independent living and job skills necessary to act as responsible parents and become contributing members in their community. Life and job skills are essential to success.   Our experienced staff model and teach daily life skills to these young women and network with community resource agencies to provide wrap around services that allow residents to maintain an independent, healthy lifestyle for themselves and their babies.  Upon individual evaluation, residents may stay up to one year after their baby is born while securing safe housing. 

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