By Fiona Burke, Communications Intern for NSVRC
The fast pace of social media and the constant flow of information makes getting noticed and remembered difficult to do. With work and the right tools, however, social media is a great way of getting people to join your SAAM campaign and attend events.
The suggestions below are specific to event organizers -- we'll provide specific ways that individuals can get involved online during SAAM in an upcoming blog.
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Movie screenings are a relatively easy way to get folks engaged in a dialogue about sexual violence. It doesn't take a huge team of volunteers to pull off either. Simply connect with your local movie theater and see if they'd be interested in the idea of hosting a screening in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. After you've found a location to hold your screening, there are some other things you'll want to consider such as how to promote your event and how to make the most of the screening.
Who knew that the second Halloween was over the holidays would come tumbling in upon us? Thanks to every store I’ve entered since November 1st, I've been reminded that I only have so many days left to shop! It’s daunting and overwhelming to say the least.