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Support Us

Chains Interrupted is primarily private donor funded.  No matter how big or small, monetary donations help support our mission, purchase supplies for our survivor support group, and continue providing programs and services to organizations around Eastern Iowa. We welcome donations via Venmo (@ChainsInterrupted), Elegant Repeats, Stuff Etc. Cedar Rapids and ReVibes in Ely.


Annually we take donations for our “Handbags of Hope” sale, where we sell gently used, high-brand purses from donors who want to help support our mission.

Ways to Donate

Donation Options

By Mail

PO Box 583
Cedar Rapids, IA 52406


PO Box 444

Waukee, IA 50263


Whether monthly or one-time, your

partnership keep this team moving forward to stop this heinous crime.  

Over the Phone

It's easy to donate offline, too.


Old furniture, gently used home decor, elegant gowns, upscale and boutique clothing and handbags, these are some of the ways you can support Chains Interrupted. Your donations can be brought to Stuff Etc., Elegant Repeats in Cedar Rapids or ReVibes in Ely. Each store is willing to sell your gently used and new items and provide a donation to Chains Interrupted.  

Just tell them you’d like proceeds to benefit Chains Interrupted. For more information or for a tax receipt for your donation, contact us.

Estate Planning
Stock Donations

We welcome donations through estate planning.  If you or your family is interested in stock contributions or something similar, please give us a call or email us at

Monetary Donations

Monetary donations to Chains Interrupted go a long way. With your donations, we support multiple programs and services including:

  • Our Beauty from Ashes Program: ongoing advocacy and life skills program for adult women who have found freedom from human trafficking

  • The Harbor Home: independent housing for those participating in the Beauty for Ashes Program that need housing assistance

  • Education initiatives: the General Public, Schools, Hotel/Motels,  Medical Personnel, Financial Institutions and the “Protect Me Project” in Guatemala

  • The UnChainEd Coalition: a community coalition that meets quarterly to offer networking, education, updates and opportunities to take action

  • Continued growth of our reach and access to other partner organizations to help rescue trafficking survivors

  • **We work hard to keep our overhead expenses as minimal as possible so the majority of donations goes directly to support survivors.

  • Many employers provide a matching donation. Please check with your organization when you donate!

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