Thank you for allowing us to continue the critical work of educating and empowering individuals, organizations and communities to end gender-based violence. Your contributions save lives.
We are so grateful to those who give to the Center at all levels. Whether $1 or $1000, your generous gift makes it possible for us to continue evolving as we deliver vital community services. Because of your support, we are progressing toward a future free of violence.
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Please contact us so that we may determine the best way to appropriate your generous contribution.
To inquire about making a donation to the Center, call Barbara Paradiso at 303-315-2736 or email email@example.com. You may also visit the University of Colorado Denver's Office of Advancement to explore a direct contribution.
Your support provides essential training for as many as 120 gender-based violence service providers in the Denver Metro area and beyond. They will learn new and emerging approaches to effectively intervene and prevent domestic and sexual violence. Previous trainings have included strategies to gain economic self-sufficiency, trauma informed police response, abuse in LGBT relationships, trafficking of children and youth, and much, much more.
Although gender-based violence advocates (many of whom are survivors themselves) work tirelessly for victims, few have the money to advance their careers through education. Your $3,000 donation provides an academic scholarship to a dedicated advocate from anywhere across the globe, so that they may complete one semester in the Program on Gender-Based Violence.
The introduction of violence prevention training for young people introduces new ways of thinking for children and youth but can only really take hold when the adults around them reinforce those messages. A $500 gift would fund four hours of training for the entire staff of a K-12 school committed to creating a trauma informed environment in which children can learn.
Children who witness or experience gender-based violence are at greater risk of impeded brain development; suicide; anxiety and depression; alcohol and drug abuse; poor school performance; teen pregnancy; and use of violence as an adult (Harris et al., 2007). A donation of $100 would fund the supplies needed to conduct 10 individual school-based counseling sessions with a child who has witnessed or experienced domestic or sexual violence.
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The Center on Domestic Violence is profoundly grateful for our past and current organizational supporters
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