Monday, Nov. 5 - Friday, Nov. 16 

Drop-off Locations

Ann Arbor

  • Brian Hickman: 2092 S. Main St., Ann Arbor, MI 48103


  • David Wagner: 52947 Gratiot Ave., Chesterfield, MI 48051

Clinton Township 

  • Catherine Van Tiem: 19181 15 Mile Rd., Clinton Township, MI 48035


  • Josh Shunk: 34391 Plymouth Rd., Livonia, MI 48150


  • Kristin Faber: 43343 Grand River, Novi, MI 48375


One in four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime.

This November, help support domestic violence survivors in our community. 

Join us in supporting Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment and the domestic violence survivors they serve through a community supply drive. We are collecting a variety of items (see list below) from Nov. 5 to Nov. 16.

This supply drive is a part of a multi-state Allstate Foundation Purple PurseŽ effort that will benefit more than 34 domestic violence nonprofits across the country. Items collected will directly benefit survivors of domestic violence and financial abuse* in our community.

Suggested supply donations:

Backpacks and duffel bags (for adults)


Gas gift cards

Grocery gift cards

Journals and planners

Laundry detergent

Maxi pads and tampons

Monthly bus passes


Shaving cream

Simple calculators for budgeting


Toothbrush and toothpaste

Winter hats and scarves



On a single day last year, more than 11,000 requests for emergency services went unanswered due to lack of funding. Your contribution can help offset program costs so Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment can continue to provide life-changing services survivors desperately need.

Allstate agency owners and financial specialists volunteer their time and support the charitable efforts of The Allstate Foundation. The Allstate Foundation's Purple Purse program is the longest running national campaign focused on ending domestic violence through a proven solution: financial empowerment services for survivors. Learn more at PurplePurse.com


*Financial abuse is one of the least known but one of the most powerful tactics to keep a victim from leaving a relationship. The tactics may include a victim having their spending tightly monitored or restricted by their partner, having their job jeopardized or their credit ruined, or being excluded from major budget decisions.