“It’s not just some random, out-there thing; it’s right there.” According to Anne Ngamsombat, the adviser for Angels Against Abuse and East’s school-based counselor, the number of flags equals the national statistical average. “With a little more than 2,000 students at East, 500 is about right.” Ngamsombat’s work at East and Angels Against Abuse are but two of the many services offered by Project PAVE, one of a number of agencies applying for funds from this year’s Season to Share campaign.
PAVE, which stands for Promoting Alternatives to Violence Through Education, has a clear mission, according to program director Adam Evans.
Join PAVE and receive: member-only webinars, monthly reports about how your gift is impacting the movement, and discounts on PAVE materials and merchandise.
Domestic/Dating Violence Awareness Month connects advocates across the nation who work to end interpersonal violence.
Submissions will be displayed on October 23 at pm in the On Wisconsin Room in Memorial Union.