Your Generous Donation Supports Your Community.

Making a donation to Strength In Peers supports your local community and provides resources to those struggling with substance use, mental health, and trauma related challenges. We value your contribution and promise responsible handling of all donations we receive.

What Can I Donate?

We provide local public schools sensory toys, fluorescent light covers, and other supplies to create Peace Corners in classrooms so that kids can de-escalate when they are having strong emotions while not having to leave the classroom.

Your financial contribution is applied to services, resources, supplies, workshops, and events in our community.

Stuff a Backpack for Our Street Outreach Program:

We give backpacks with essential supplies to individuals who are homeless to help them survive on the streets. We are looking for the following items for our Street Outreach Program:

Flashlights, Thermal Blankets, Gloves, Socks, Ponchos, Restaurant Gift Certificates, Granola Bars, Packs of Crackers, Fruit Snacks, Monetary donations, so we can purchase bus tickets to place in people’s backpacks, and for coffee and donuts for our outreach events

**Donations are collected Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9am-3pm at our Harrisonburg office located at 917 N. Main Street, Suite 1, Harrisonburg VA 22802. Questions? Please call 540-217-0869.

We Keep Your Donation In The Community.

When you donate to Strength In Peers your donation goes directly back to the community you call home. Through our responsible management and your generous donation, we are able to help adults and area youth find the support to thrive in their lives and community. Our flexible recovery options empower our participants to find their path towards a healthier life in recovery. Contact a member of our team to make a donation today.

Your Donation Makes A Difference:

Our funders have allowed us to make great achievements. Some of our outcomes include:

  • Assisted 175 individuals to navigating community services through our Community Resource Center.
  • Supported over 140 individuals before and after their release from incarceration.
  • Provided mentoring to over 80 kids.
  • Equipped 100 classrooms with supplies to create Peace Corners.
  • Provided individual and group peer support to over 30 rural participants.
  • Conducted over 70 HIV rapid tests and distributed over 5,000 condoms to at risk populations.
  • Hosted five trainings on trauma-informed practices for local health and social service professionals.
  • Shared our personal recovery stories with 100’s of people in the community to grow hope and advocate for the needs of our peers.