LAS VEGAS– Tuscan Highlands continues to give back to its community, hosting a Spring clothing drive to benefit SafeNest, a local nonprofit dedicated to ending domestic violence in southern Nevada. The multifamily community, located in Southern Highlands, encourages “spring cleaning” donations including wearable clothes, shoes, and other household items to serve a new purpose and assist others.
Tuscan Highlands is accepting new or gently used clothing for men, women, teens and children, baby supplies, such as diapers, wipes, baby bottles and sippy cups and personal hygiene supplies such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant and soap for SafeNest.
“Tuscan Highlands is proud to participate in a clothing and supply drive for a wonderful organization like SafeNest,” said Stephanie Chang, lifestyle director at Tuscan Highlands. “We hope this drive will help supply essential items to others in our community.”
Donations can be dropped off to the lifestyle team office inside Tuscan Highlands’ leasing office from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday through Sunday throughout the month of April. Tuscan Highlands is located at 12656 Southern Highlands Parkway Las Vegas, NV 89141.
For more information, call 833-303-1745 or visit http://www.tuscanhighlandslasvegas.com.
About Tuscan Highlands
Nestled on the southwest corner of St. Rose Parkway and Interstate 15 in Las Vegas’ Southern Highlands community, Tuscan Highlands is the new resort-style living. Dubbed the poshest playground in town, the property offers residents a variety of notable amenities and services, including an e-sport/gaming lounge, YouTube/podcast recording studio, indoor/outdoor restaurant, resort-style saltwater pool and spa, outdoor athletic courts, lifestyle, health and well-being programs, onsite concierge and much more. The wellness-driven community boasts extraordinary experiences, pledging its residents ‘don’t have to leave.’ For more information, visit www.tuscanhighlandslasvegas.com, or stay connected on social media via Facebook and Instagram.
Established in 1977, SafeNest is Nevada’s largest, most comprehensive nonprofit dedicated to ending domestic violence by focusing on five core confidential, trauma-informed services: emergency shelter, 24/7 crisis hotline, counseling, advocacy and prevention education.
SafeNest maintains the only confidential domestic violence shelter in Las Vegas; operates a 24-hour crisis hotline (which is sole access point of emergency protection orders in Clark County) and a text-to-chat line; provides individual and group counseling; maintains victim advocates in the justice and law enforcement systems; and provides domestic violence education, prevention, and training programs within the Clark County community.
Across all programs, SafeNest provides direct services to more than 20,000 clients annually, serving Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Boulder City, Mesquite, and surrounding rural areas.