CASDA Launches Donation Drive For Shelter

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and CASDA in Superior is taking the lead on the issue.

The Centers Against Sexual and Domestic Assault launched a three-day donation drive outside Super One on Superior’s East End.

Officials say many of the victims who come to the organization’s emergency shelter for help come with just the clothes on their backs.

“Last year, we served 148 women and 124 children, and we ended up having to turn away over 300 people because our shelter was full,” explained Jo Sanders, with CASDA’s emergency shelter.

Donation can be made Friday and Saturday between 1 p.m. and 6 p.m.

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