courtesy of CAPSA

Sign honoring Malouf Foundation’s continued support of CAPSA. The sign is located next to CAPSA’s main stairs and right off of the entry.

The Malouf Foundation has recently announced its continued commitment to providing bedding to the Citizens Against Physical and Sexual Abuse (CAPSA)’s emergency shelter. The CAPSA shelter is a 36-bed homeless shelter that provides refuge to survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse, and sexual exploitation.

During their stay at CAPSA’s emergency shelter, individuals and families meet with shelter caseworkers daily to develop personalized action plans that prioritize their goals, including securing safe and affordable housing, obtaining employment, obtaining protective orders, and supporting children’s physical, social, and emotional needs.

In FY22, CAPSA sheltered 271 individuals (140 women, 21 men, and 110 accompanied children) for a total of 5,857 nights (average of 22). Jill Anderson, CEO and Executive Director of CAPSA, emphasized the shelter’s vital role in the lives of survivors, stating, “Domestic violence is complicated and often dangerous. When individuals and families enter CAPSA’s emergency shelter, they are often escaping danger, and all are working to build a new life free from abuse.”

The Malouf Foundation, based in Logan, Utah, has grown to become a national organization focused on reducing sexual exploitation through education including OnWatch™, promotes healing through Rooms Restored™ and Restorative Care Centers, and furthers advocacy for survivors through children’s justice centers. While the Malouf Foundation’s programs grow, Kacie Malouf, co-founder of Malouf Companies™ and Malouf Foundation board chair, reaffirmed the Foundation’s continued commitment to supporting individuals impacted by sex trafficking and exploitation, stating, “CAPSA is the sex trafficking aftercare center serving Cache County and Northern Utah and has been a supportive partner of the Malouf Foundation.”

CAPSA’s shelter room – bedding provided by Malouf with handmade quilts donated by the community.

Malouf Foundation has been providing bedding to CAPSA since 2011. Donations have included pillows, comforters, sheet sets and mattress protectors for use in the shelter. Malouf Foundation also donates mattresses, bed frames and bedding to many families moving from shelter to housing. Malouf Foundation also donated and installed new furniture and room accessories for a common living space at CAPSA through our Rooms Restored program.

“As we expand our reach and impact, we remain committed to supporting local individuals impacted by domestic violence and sexual exploitation, stated Kacie Malouf.  “Malouf Foundation will continue to support CAPSA and their mission. We know their programs are saving and changing lives.”

If you would like more information about CAPSA or to find support, please call their 24-hour crisis support line at (435) 753-2500 or visit


Formalized in 2016 and operating out of Logan, Utah, the Malouf Foundation™ is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to confronting child sexual exploitation, specifically sex trafficking and online abuse. The Foundation fulfills their mission by providing education through OnWatch™ and Smart Defense™; promoting healing through the Juniper Scholarship™, Rooms Restored™, and restorative care centers; and advocating for survivors through Heroes Landing™ and the “We Believe You” campaign. In January 2022, the Elizabeth Smart Foundation officially became a part of the Malouf Foundation™ to broaden the impact of both organizations. For more information visit


CAPSA is a nonprofit domestic violence, sexual assault and rape support and recovery center serving Cache and Rich Counties. Each year CAPSA served more than 1,900 women, men, and children fleeing abuse and healing from the trauma associated with domestic violence or sexual abuse. CAPSA’s support services includes 24-hour support phone line, emergency shelter, casework, rape exam advocacy, legal advocacy, prevention education, transitional housing, and clinical therapy. All CAPSA’s services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL. Learn more at