A nonprofit organization benefiting those affected by domestic abuse has raised more than $2,000 since making a plea to the public for financial support.
Safe Faith United said a total of $2,075 was taken in since a news conference Tuesday. The organization noted one donor pledged $1,500.
The organization also said a bill with Cox Communications, which was key in keeping its hotline open, was cancelled. The group said the communications utility company is working to help Safe Faith with a better rate.
The group expressed fears of not paying its July rent by the first of the month.
Safe Faith also announced a benefit car wash set for July 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Survivor Store and Training Center at 2770 E. Flamingo Rd. in Las Vegas.
For more information on how you can help, you can visit www.sfuvictims.org.
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