ELKO – The Ruby Mountain Rebels hosted a “Go Topless” event in May that raised almost $600 for Harbor House – the only domestic violence shelter in all of Elko, Eureka and White Pine counties.
The group went “topless” in May by putting Jeeps and other off-road vehicles on display at 12th Street and Lamoille Highway. This first-time event helped raise $592 for Committee Against Domestic Violence, which runs Harbor House.
Private donations help us keep our doors open to aid domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking victims to become survivors. Advocates assist clients to become self-sufficient and find better ways to plan for their safety.
Anyone who wants to contact CADV to help with donations or to volunteer should call our office 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at 738-6524.
Those who need help from CADV can reach an advocate 24 hours a day through our crisis line 738-9454 or toll free at 888-738-9454.