Need a New Year’s resolution? Get involved!Written by SAFE
There are lots of ways to get involved with SAFE and connect with other folks who support this work. Learn more about these different groups and how to get involved today!
Our supporters include giving circles, running teams, philanthropists, athletes, musicians, men engaging other men, and so much more. Every one of us has a role in preventing violence and abuse–and there are many ways you can be a part of that work.
SAFE Young Professionals
The SAFE Young Professionals are on a mission to stop abuse for everyone. A group of dedicated and compassionate young professionals, SYP members support SAFE’s philanthropic efforts in two primary ways: ongoing monthly donations at any giving level, and engaging with other members to raise funds for SAFE through various events throughout the year. Learn more here.
Women of Hope
Women of Hope is a philanthropic group of women who have come together around their common interest in making the world a better place for abused and neglected children and youth. There are a multitude of opportunities for WOH members to network, volunteer, and engage philanthropically with SAFE. Learn more here.
Each year, athletes from around the world race through Austin’s streets for The Capital 10K Race and The Austin Marathon and Half Marathon. TEAM FX trains runners, walkers, and folks who just want to improve their fitness level while fundraising year-round for these and other events–all to benefit SAFE. Learn more here.
Our amazing monthly donor community, Everyday Heroes is a giving circle made up of hundreds of people from all walks of life. People just like you who give whatever they can monthly to make an impact in our community. Learn how to join here.
Men’s Engagement Group
The Men’s Engagement Group informs SAFE’s efforts to engage men as volunteers, employees, and survivors. The MEG was established for SAFE employees, volunteers, and community members to bring their skills, experiences, relationships, and knowledge to advise SAFE on ways to better engage people who identify as men. This includes working on projects, discussing the role men play in preventing violence and abuse, and advising others on ways to model healthy masculinity. To learn join a monthly Men’s Engagement Group meeting or to learn more, contact SAFE Communications Coordinator Antwon R. Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org.