A COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM
Friends of JCADA Program Description
Friends of JCADA (FOJ) invites members of the Greater Washington, DC area to collectively invest in creating a safer community. This unique program was created to actively engage community members in JCADA’s work through learning opportunities, legislative advocacy, workshops, and discussions.
Friends of JCADA members have FREE access to interactive learning opportunities every other month that will increase knowledge, expand thinking, and strengthen our resolve to support survivors of power-based violence while creating a safer and more just community.
What’s the investment?
- $180 annually for anyone over age 36
- $ 72 annually for anyone under age 36
Participation in the learning opportunities will cost $36 per session for nonmembers over age 36 and $18 per session for nonmembers under age 36.
With your help we can continue to provide FREE direct services to survivors and educate the community about the warning signs and appropriate responses to incidents of power-based violence.
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Join us for a virtual, eye-opening discussion with American Dirt author Jeanine Cummins. A bestselling author, Cummins brings her lived experience and passion for victims rights and social justice while captivating readers with her engaging writing style. Jeanine deeply understands trauma caused by violence and serves as living proof of the healing that can be found through art. Together, we will unpack the themes of power-based violence found throughout American Dirt, and highlight how they relate to JCADA’s work.
Wednesday, October 14th @ noon.
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Email Jennifer Hirsch, Director of Strategic Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org