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Sexual Violence Awareness Month

May is Sexual Violence Awareness Month

Sexual Violence Awareness Month (SVAM) is a time to raise awareness of sexual violence, create spaces of support for those impacted and commit to making meaningful changes to end sexual violence.

This year’s theme of this years campaign is ‘Change Begins With You’. This campaign calls on each person to create meaningful social change. Whether that be to learn more about the issue, engage in meaningful conversations with friends and family members or to engage in advocacy and volunteering.  They will instill values of compassion and social change and ultimately lead to the end of sexual violence. 

We hope you’ll join us and engage in our events and our #31DaysofSVAM on Instagram. 


Enter to Win a $250 Giftcard

Play our giveaway Bingo to be entered to win! You’ll need to complete 5 #SVAM related activities on our bingo card to be eligible to win. Once you’ve completed them, send us some pictures of proof and enter your name into our draw!

Workshop Learning Series

We’re excited to announce that we will be offering a free working learning series. We hope you join us in these important conversations to learn about sexual violence and learn what you can do to help. More information in the link below.

Social Media Campaign

Join us for our 31 Days of SVAM social media event. Each day we’ll be sharing resources, information, education and events. Follow us to join in on our month long campaign. 

May 18 - Virtual Teal Tuesday

Show your support for those impacted by sexual violence by wearing teal with us on May 18. Post on social media and tag us @calgarycasa and use #31DaysofSVAM


Talking about an experience of sexual violence can be hard for everyone and its not always easy to know how to respond…

Myths about sexual violence are pervasive and harmful.  Get the facts about sexual violence!             

You can make a difference! It starts with a commitment to change.                                                         

Consent is an ongoing conversation and is a normal and necessary part of engaging in sexual acts with anyone.

There has been a huge shift in the perceptions over time. Social movements have led to a global call for action. 

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