DASAS could not function without the constant support of our community. We accept all donations that are so graciously given. 

Below we have a list of items that are in the greatest need; our 'Wish List.'


We are always in need of gift cards for gas or groceries.

Ongoing Needs

Soap, shampoo, shaving cream, deodorant, lotion, mouthwash, and toothpaste are always needed.  Feminine hygiene items are also needed as they are in high demand.  We also need disposable razors, brushes, combs, lip balm, denture cleaner, nail clippers and files, talcum & foot powder in addition to facial and toilet tissue.

Antacid, bandages, buffered aspirin, cotton swabs, cough medicine and lozenges, latex/medical gloves, over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and rubbing alcohol.

Food Assistance helps those who are homeless and marginally housed.  Non-perishable, canned foods (especially with pop-tops) are always needed.  We also need coffee, creamer, tea, soda, juices, cereal, snack foods (nutrition bars, cheese crackers, etc.), condiments, gravy, peanut butter, jelly, sugar, salt, pepper, pancake mix, loaves of bread, pasta, sauces, and soups.  We can also accept some quantities of perishable goods.  Luncheon meats, hot dogs, and cheese are items we could use as well.

Cleaning needs include bleach, laundry & dish detergent, soap, window cleaner, trash bags, food storage bags and containers, brooms, mops, dustpans, dish rags, and towels.  Meal and Paper needs include styrofoam cups, plates & bowls, plastic utensils, napkins, paper towels, and toilet tissue. Office needs include copy paper, envelopes, postage stamps, file folders, sheet covers, computer items such as memory cards, flash drives, highlighters, pens, pencils, paper clips, rubber bands, and tape.

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The mission of Domestic and Sexual Abuse Services is to lead efforts to end domestic violence and sexual assault in southwest Michigan. 

We will assist domestic violence and sexual assault survivors in clarifying their options, accessing community services that support personal choice and will provide a safe place for survivors and their children.  It is our strong desire to walk alongside survivors on their journey, whatever that may look like. 

All DASAS services are free and confidential.


DASAS respects the privacy of our visitors and does not collect any personal information.  We do not attempt to track individuals in any manner and we do not link the web information to any other databases with the purpose of identifying individual website users.  We do not track IP addresses or deposit any "cookies" in an attempt to gain information about website users.  When visitin links to other sites, we encourage you to review the privacy policy and statements of each site you visit.  Any questions regarding DASAS Privacy Policy should be directed to dasasinfo@dasasmi.org.