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Where We Are Changing the Conversation



Sexual assault is a community issue that demands a community response.

We play an important role in communicating with law enforcement, district attorney’s offices and hospitals as victim-centered responses are developed. We serve as a community resource for statistics and information around the topic of sexual assault, and we take the lead of raising issue awareness through our door-to-door education and outreach.

Our goal is to enlist all members of our community to become part of the solution, either through contribution to the cause or as informed and engaged citizens who help prevent sexual assault through their actions.

We hope that one day we will live in a world where sexual assault no longer exists. This starts by believing that victims are never to blame. Every time we change the conversation around the issue, and educate people of all ages about their role in prevention, we get a step closer to that day.

Become part of the solution by helping us change the conversation. Speak up if you suspect someone is at risk of being assaulted. Volunteer at an event. Encourage your friends, family and co-workers to get involved. Donate to help fund critical school programs. Each of these is essential and important.





  • Cliff Stricklin
    Cliff Stricklin
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    Karen and Brian Adkins
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    Donal and Lindsay Grogan
  • Amy Gaines & Ron Litvak
    Amy Gaines & Ron Litvak
  • Wana Brands Foundation
    Wana Brands Foundation
  • Rose Medical Center
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    King & Spalding LLC.
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    Illegal Petes
  • Colorado Housing and Finance Authority
    Colorado Housing and Finance Authority
  • Kulture Music Hall
    Kulture Music Hall
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    Old Barrel Tea Company
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    Native Roots

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