My CISSter's Closet

 

My CISSter’s Closet, a thrift store owned and operated by Crisis Intervention Shelter Service, Inc. 

100 percent of the proceeds generated by My CISSter’s Closet go back to CISS to assist more than 300 women and children fleeing from domestic and sexual violence who use our services every year.

Board of Directors

 

Board President          Pam Thomas
Vice President            Jessie Levin
Secretary-Treasurer    Nyla Knigge
Member-at-Large        Lisa Urbaniak

Member-at-Large        Deb Hughes

Member-at-Large        Cheryl Voorhis


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Domestic and sexual violence isn't a seasonal issue, which is why our year-round fund drive is so important. Devote an afternoon to Crisis Intervention Shelter Service, Inc. and see first-hand the families we help daily.

Ashley Rennie

Executive Director

ciss@rushmore.com


CONTACT US:

My CISSter's Closet is OPEN! 

My CISSter’s Closet is located at 1324 Main Street in Sturgis.   
Hours of operation are:
Tuesday – Friday 10 a.m.–5 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  
through the month of December. 

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Erin Burke

Shelter Manager

ciss1@rushmore.com


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Silent Witnesses displayed at Harley-Davidson Square

Josiah holding on tight to a young silent witness.

Ashley and Erin set up at the Community Show Case at the Sturgis Community Center.

Crisis Intervention Shelter Service wants to congratulate Just Tupper on his win of a custom gun rifle from Dakota Custom Rifles! Thank you to everyone that particpated in our raffle!

Ashley, Lisa, and Erin at the Chamber Awards Banquet. Lisa won Volunteer of the Year!

Let’s put an end to domestic and sexual violence.

Toll Free:  1-800-755-8432

Erin Burke accepting the Scheels donation on behalf of CISS

Thank you to all of our generous donors! We are able to make a difference in our community because of you!



LuAnn

My CISSter's Closet Manager

luann@sturgisciss.org

Meet our partner...the Black Hills Area Community Foundation 
Have you heard that Crisis Intervention Shelter Services has received a $2,500 grant from the Black Hills Area Community Foundation for the 2019 Quality of Life grants this year? These funds will be used to support the purchase of new computers and software at the shelter and will directly help us to help more individuals in a more efficient manner!
We are so excited for this opportunity to be partnered up with BHACF and can’t wait to better serve our community. Remember, if you’d like to donate to our shelter, swing by or give us a call!
The BHACF is an organization created with gifts from generous people committed to local causes. For donors, the Foundation serves as a philanthropic advisor. For the community, the Foundation serves as a grant maker and a civic leader. Through the support of its donors and fundholders, the Foundation has been able to address some of the community’s most pressing needs.
The BHACF is a public charity 501(c)(3) organization. For more information, visitwww.bhacf.org. raph here.

Mariah Ulrich
Shelter Advocate

​ciss3@rushmopre.com