Superior, WI (Northland's NewsCenter) - CASDA, or the Center Against Sexual and Domestic Abuse, is hosting its annual fall donation drive outside Superior's East End Super One on Fifth Street.
CASDA acts as an emergency shelter for women and children who are at risk of domestic abuse.
Officials say the donations don't have to be limited to non–perishable food items.
"...hygiene products, cleaning supplies—anything that can help continue functioning our emergency shelter program," said Laura Gapske, Legal Advocate for CASDA.
Monetary donations are also accepted.
The donation drive will continue, at the same time, on Friday and Saturday.