TBT: UC Irvine Take Back the Night 2012
Throwback Thursday to 3 years ago!
On April 18 of 2012, Get Safe and Embrace hosted a table at UC Irvine’s annual Take Back the Night event. Following some very brave speakers and a moving candlelit march to raise awareness about sexual violence, attendees meandered through stations hosted by local organizations that addresses various aspects of sexual violence, including recovery.
Embrace, a lifestyle brand that grew out of the Get Safe Breaking Barriers program that works with survivors of sexual and physical assault, brought its message of living “free from fear” and being aware of your inner-self. The Embrace art piece entitled “Let Go” gave us an inspired idea… and we had TBTN attendees participate in a video collage to answer this simple question: “What do you ‘Embrace’ most in YOUR life?”
Special thanks to all our participants, and UC Irvine CARE for
Special Olympics Southern California
Reserve Deputy Sheriff Safety Stu was on the job keeping everyone safe at the Special Olympics Southern California event last week!
TBT: 2012 Carousel of Possible Dreams
Time for a throwback!
During September 2012, Project GET SAFE was featured by Festival of Children Foundation as one of five Orange County not-for-profit organizations in its Carousel of Possible Dreams fundraising campaign. With the help of our donors, we were able to raise more than $6,000 to help put our National Predator Database in local elementary schools to help keep our children and communities safer! On Sept. 27 the featured charities came together at South Coast Plaza to ride the carousel and collect last-minute donations. Big thanks to FOC and our friends and donors who supported us all month long, helping turn our Possible Dreams into a reality!
Summer Self-Advocacy Party
For persons with developmental disabilities & their families in the Bishop and Mammoth area. Register online today!
GET SAFE Stuart Haskin Speaks at Crime Survivors Survive and Thrive Run/Walk 2014
Stuart Haskin gives a powerful speech about survivors’ transformations and empowering journeys at the 2014 Crime Survivors 5K Run/Walk and Safety Expo.