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ENC Women’s Basketball – “DONAT3”

Published: November 7, 2019

During the 2019-20 season, the Eastern Nazarene College women’s basketball team will be donating $3 to OneVOICE, DOVE, and The Dianne Devanna Center for every three-pointer the Lions make. Throughout the course of the season, the women’s basketball team will host awareness games for each of the three charity organizations.

The first awareness game featuring DOVE is this Saturday at 1:00 p.m. in Lahue when the women’s basketball team plays Fitchburg State. There will be a booth with informational pieces, a donation box for items, and donation glass for monetary gifts.

One VoiceDove Domestic Violence EndedThe Dianne DeVanna Center

Founded by ENC women’s basketball alumna Nicole Braddock Bromley, OneVOICE and OneVOICE4freedom stops child sex trafficking around the world by being a voice of awareness and prevention to those who are at high risk of being trafficked and giving hope and healing resources to those who have already been exploited.

The organization has an Amazon wish list for some of the items that go into Freedom Bags for survivors of sexual abuse and human trafficking.

DOVE has expanded from a crisis hotline to a multi-service organization providing comprehensive direct services and support for victims of dating and domestic violence, as well as their children. DOVE works specifically with adults, teens, and children who have been abused, emotionally and financially, as well as physically and sexually.  DOVE’s services include crisis intervention, danger assessment and safety planning, supportive counseling, emergency shelter, legal advocacy and representation, and community outreach, education, and training. DOVE remains the only domestic violence shelter and community-based service provider based in Norfolk County, and also serves the greater South Shore.  DOVE strives to educate individuals, families and the community at-large to help change the societal conditions that allow domestic violence to persist.

The Dianne DeVanna Center, since 1978, has been reaching out to children, families and communities to provide education, support and services so that children have a stable, loving and nurturing environment to live and grow. In 2012, the Dianne DeVanna Center became part of the Bay State Community Service (BSCS) continuum of care.

We will be collecting items to donate to DOVE and The Dianne DeVanna Center at the awareness games.  Please consider donating any of the following:

Gift Cards
• Target
• Wal-Mart
• Curry Hardware

Home Goods
• Bath mats
• Shower liners
• Lamps
• Alarm clocks
• Water bottles
• Lunch boxes

Infant/Child items
• Bottles/pacifiers/ sippy cups

Hand soap/sanitizer*
• Body lotion
• Body wash
• Razors/shaving cream
• Tampons/pads*
• Hairbrushes/combs
• Hair accessories
• Hair styling products
• Face wash
• Toothbrushes
• Toothpastes
• Floss/mouthwash
• Q-tips/cotton balls
• Baby powder
• Deodorant*
• Chapstick

Paper goods
Toilet paper*
• Paper towels*
• Napkins
• Tissues
• Paper plates/bowls/cups
• Plastic silverware

Cleaning Supplies
• Dust pans
• Non Latex gloves*
• Floor cleaners
• Antibacterial wipes*
• HE laundry detergent/bleach
• Trash bags*
• All-purpose cleaners

Food items
• Coffee/filters
• Juice Boxes*
• Snack items
• Cereal
• Canned goods
• Boxed goods
• Pasta
• Spices
• Baking supplies – flour, sugar, oil, etc.

* All donations of linens, clothing, bedding, and stuffed animals must be new. 



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