Looking to make a difference in ending sexual assault and gender-based violence? There is no shortage of opportunities.
The DU Health and Counseling Center maintains a list of programs that students can participate in, including annual programs on campus to support survivor initiatives and participation in the Collegiate Council for Gender Violence Topics.
Give to the CAPE Survivor Fund, a DU fund used to offset the financial burden of survivor healing.
- The Blue Bench, an organization in Denver whose mission is to "eliminate sexual assault and diminish the impact it has on individuals, their loved ones and our community through comprehensive issue advocacy, prevention and care, "is consistently looking for volunteers for positions such as crisis hotline advocates, hospital advocates and office volunteers.
- The DoBetter Campaign was started by student activists at the University of Denver for the purpose of creating "national change on college campuses to eliminate gender-based violence and support survivors in their healing journey." They seek students who can create change on all college campuses, not only at DU.
- The Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault has opportunities for volunteers to join their Survivor Task Force, which is "a collective of empowered Colorado survivors and their loved ones who share their perspectives with the goal of educating the public and ending the stigma of addressing sexual harassment, abuse, and assault."
- Violence Free Colorado seeks volunteers to help with their mission of ending relationship abuse by participating in committee work, internships, a survivors caucus and more.