News & Events
Support Safe Harbor, attend our Mardi Gras event! When: Feb. 3, 2018, doors open at 5 p.m. Where: Ramkota Convention Center Entertainment: The Front Fenders, sponsored by NVC and Dacotah Bank Buy tickets: Contact Safe Harbor at 605-226-1212
As of 2017, Safe Harbor is officially open at its new location at 2005 S Merton Street just west of Aberdeen Central High School. Our new facilities are now a reality thanks to the overwhelming generosity and support of local Aberdeen citizens, organizations and businesses. Our new reception area features our Tree of Hope recognition […]
Safe Harbor invites you to be a part of the excitement in decorating the rooms at our new shelter! Whether it’s just you or your family, church group, a team of coworkers, or your entire company or organization – we need bright minds and giving hearts to make our new shelter feel like home. You can choose to decorate a […]
Safe Harbor’s Annual Donut Fundraiser is Friday, June 3rd from 7:00 am to 9:30 am at the parking lot at 15 6th Ave SW (next to Kusler’s gas station at 6th & Main). Free will offering with proceeds going to Safe Harbor!
Kids Konnection and Twist Cone are kicking off summer by hosting a Kotton Kandy Fundraiser on Friday, May 20th from 11:-30-2:30. Free will donations will benefit Kids Konnection, a Safe Harbor program.
Safe Harbor is kicking off Sexual Assault Awareness month by sponsoring The Hunting Ground documentary April 1-7 nightly at the Capitol Cinema. Also, please join us for a panel discussion on Tuesday, April 5th after a special afternoon screening at 2:00 pm. We hope everyone will join us for this moving and informative documentary about sexual assault on college campuses.
Safe Harbor Foundation invites you to attend our annual Mardi Gras Event. Join us for an evening of great food, casino games, silent auction and dueling pianos by the Dueling Duo!
Enter to win a Coleman Furnace (or service up to $3500), courtesy of Climate Control!
Please join us Thursday, October 29th at Presentation Convent for a soup & pie social and a short program featuring Mrs. South Dakota Karine Myrmoe, a survivor of domestic violence. The program will include a candlelight vigil featuring the Aberdeen Fire & Rescue Pipe and Drum Corps in recognition of the survivors and victims of domestic violence.