This challenge will give Dads a thought-provoking look at Fatherhood on the weekend specially recognizing Dads. By taking this challenge, you have the opportunity to help your sons and daughters, especially tweens and teenagers.
Now we all can join survivors around the country in fighting for increased funding. Please call your House Member and ask him or her to support the following amendments on VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) which directly effects you and your community:
program inspired teenage students in Wisconsin at Lodi High School, Portage High School and Wisconsin Dells High School to continue the messages of “Asking First,” “Opening a Door,” and “Being a Friend” throughout their high school careers.
Learn how to teach everyone around you about consent through casual conversation at work, at home with your family, at sporting events, and hanging out with friends.
The Date Safe Project blog is a CONVERSATION and so please engage and SHARE with everyone here by utilizing the “Comments” after each post. You will find posts for parents, educators, students, and caring individuals/organizations.
The Date Safe Project’s first PERSON of the WEEK is Cheri, a strong and courageous sexual assault survivor who inspired me to begin speaking out against sexual assault / rape and would go on to inspire the founding of