Denim Day for Sexual Assault Awareness



Sexual Assault Awareness Month
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a time when we raise public awareness about sexual assault and educate individuals on how to prevent sexual violence and where to seek resources. You can show your support for survivors and raise awareness and funds with Denim Day.
 

Denim Day 
Denim Day is a rape prevention education campaign that raises community awareness about the devastating impacts of sexual violence and how to prevent it. Show your support by participating during the month of April.



Thank you for participating in Denim Day!
 
5Church Restaurant
Alight Solutions
Alpha Chi Omega Kappa Rho

Alston & Bird
Aspire Consulting
BlackArch Partners
Butterfly Visions Project
Carolinas College of Health Sciences
Charlotte Checkers

Children & Family Services Center, Shared Services
Childress Klein
Conbraco Industries
designbar
Domestic Violence Healthcare Project, Atrium
Eileen Fisher 
Great Clips

Hamilton Stephens Steele + Martin
Loebsack & Brownlee
Mecklenburg County
Community Support Services
Mecklenburg County, Financial Services Department
Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
Moore & Van Allen
Pfeiffer University, Marriage and Family Therapy Program
Parker Poe

Poyner Spruill
Safe Alliance 
Sodoma Law
Vibes Over Everything

Want to see your company or group listed above? Email Sydney Hammond to let us know you're taking a stand on Denim Day!

What is Sexual Assault?
Sexual assault includes any sexual behavior that is against the will of another person (often through manipulation, force or coercion). Types of sexual assault include rape, sexual battery, child sexual abuse, incest and same-sex assault.

Did You Know?
  • Every 2 minutes someone in the USA is sexually assaulted. 
  • Each year there are about 293,000 victims of sexual assault.
  • 1 in 5 women will be sexually assaulted while at college.
  • 42% of college women who are raped tell no one about the assault.
  • 1 in every 4 girls and 1 in every 6 boys will be sexually assaulted before their 18th birthday.

In an emergency please dial 911

Call the Greater Charlotte Hope Line 24/7 for info on parenting, domestic violence and sexual assault 980.771.4673.

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