YWCA of Richmond is taking a stand this April with a variety of free educational outreach activities & a robust social media advocacy campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
This year, we’re adopting a different focus of violence prevention for each week of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, with themed workshops, training, outreach events, informative blog articles and more.
We call this campaign YWCAnprevent, but YOUcanprevent, too! We hope you’ll join us in spreading awareness of resources for survivors and ways you can stand up to sexual assault in our community.
Empowerment Through Education Series
YWCA of Richmond is presenting a free educational workshop series with topics ranging from “Trauma and the Brain” to “Teaching Consent Early and Often.”
Visit our site calendar for a listing of our upcoming events this April. All Sexual Assault Awareness Month events are free, but require registration, which can be done through our secure eventbrite page.
Questions? Contact Ryan E. Morris, MSW, Director of Advocacy and Outreach at firstname.lastname@example.org
Every day, YWCA of Richmond prevents sexual assault and supports survivors through community outreach and free crisis and ongoing services. Whether it is providing advocacy services to survivors when they go to the hospital or advocating for survivors at the General Assembly, YWCA of Richmond wants to prevent sexual assault and provide a network of support for survivors in the Richmond region. We want you to join us in creating a safe and supportive space online for the strong individuals who have faced the trauma of sexual violence.
Become an advocate for survivors and join YWCA of Richmond’s mission to prevent violence in our community. Considering downloading YWCA of Richmond’s social media kit and share our resources and your passion for the cause with your social network.
Click here to get involved as an online advocate!
Many thanks to our partners for our 2016 Sexual Assault Awareness Month programming: