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One of Safe Space Property Management Inc.’s accomplishments this holiday season was its first annual Toy Drive, which provided gifts and sponsorship for 42 children directly impacted by domestic violence.

The Marietta-based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization’s mission is to provide supportive services to domestic abuse survivors, while educating the community on intimate partner violence.

The organization’s founder and CEO Cami Barnes began creating the structure for the organization in early 2019. The services currently provided include — short term emergency shelter, domestic violence awareness education/advocacy, case management, career coaching, fitness classes and monthly support group meetings where participants and their children are served a free hot meal.

Safe Space Property Management also has a program which provides domestic violence survivors with clothing, shoes, furniture and household donations called “Thriver’s Heart” to help ease their transition out of shelters as they regain their independence.

For more information, visit www.safespacepropertymanagement.com.

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