God’s Safe Haven helping the Wabash Valley at no cost

WTHI Photo, David Essex
WTHI Photo, David Essex

JASONVILLE, Ind. (WTHI) – A new store in Jasonville aims to help those that might otherwise go without.

Gods Safe Haven opened its doors to help residents with food and clothing needs. So far, the store has been able to help 123 local families in need.

The store allows its customers to take what they need at no cost. The owner says that this cause is one that hits close to home for her.

“Here in Jasonville, it is a very low income community and there have been a lot of people out of work,” explained Dawn Deschamp, Gods Safe Haven. “And I have been in this place that most of these people are in this situation, of not knowing where you’re going to buy clothes for your kids or where your next meal’s going to come from and we’re just here to help.”

The store runs off of donations so they’re always looking for people to help out.

While the store is located in Jasonville, it is open to all residents of the Wabash Valley. The store is located at 115 W Main in Jasonville and you can call at (812) 699-8792. You can also check out their Facebook page!

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