Donations

We accept online one time and ongoing donations. This link will take you to our donation form. If you prefer to donate through cash or check, please contact us for more information.


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Donation FAQ

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Where will my money go?

All donations directly impact the life of a survivor of human trafficking. 

Donations may be used for educational resources, clothing, additional therapies, toiletries, housing costs, food, and more. 


Unless specifically designated by the donor at the time of donation, all donations are placed in a general donation fund and may be used to fill any needs as identified by the Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition. 

Is my donation tax deductible?

Yes! Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition/Solace House is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization which makes your donation tax-deductible. 

Can I set up a recurring donation?

Yes! On the donation form, there is an option to set up recurring donations

What type of physical donations do you need?

In addition to monetary donations, we also accept in-kind donations. 


Please contact us if you would like to make an in-kind donation to find out what the current needs of the program are.

What donation amounts do you suggest?

Any amount is welcome and appreciated! 


Unless specifically designated by the donor, all donations are placed in the general fund and may be used to fill any needs as identified by the Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition.


The amounts suggested below provide prospective donors with an idea of what types of services may be provided at different funding levels. Each individual we serve comes with unique needs and the individual services and goods provided through donations will vary.


Emergency Care Kit: $175 (clothing, emergency food, new phone, etc)

Food for 1 day: $25 

Emergency House: $80/day

1 Hour Trauma Counseling: $50

The Blue Backpack Project

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About

We are excited to be partnering with The Blue Backpack Project to provide personal care kits to individuals we are serving. The kits contain hygiene and personal care products, all packed in a blue backpack that can transform into a suitcase. 


How to help: 

You can collect items on the needs list (to the right) and contact The Blue Backpack Project through their website for a drop off location. This is a great project to complete as part of a group, family, church, or office. 

In addition to the care items, The Blue Backpack Project accepts donations to help purchase backpacks. Additionally, you can donate gift cards in increments of $25 which will be used to purchase food, phones, and new clothing for each individual. 


Contact Information:

Email: hope@thebluebackpackproject.org

Phone: 208-914-1540

Registered Charity: 501c3 nonprofit 

What is Needed

• Full Size: Shampoo/conditioner 

• Body wash 

• Deodorant 

• Hairspray 

• Lotion 

• Body Spray 

• Face/makeup wipes

• Face cream

• Toothbrush/toothpaste 

• Feminine products  

• Chapstick/lip gloss 

• Small first aid kit 

• Hairbrush 

• Ponytails/hair clips 

• Socks 

• Journal 

• Pen 

• Gum/candy