National Crime Victims’ Rights Week is celebrated every year in April. This week is dedicated to learn about victimization, the effect victimization has on individuals, families, friends and the community, and to promote laws, policies, and programs to help victims of crime. Every year, thousands of communities across the nation honor the dedication of those before us that established victim rights and renew commitment to guarantee that all victims have the rights and services they need to recover from crime.” –Victim Support Services
April Is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Giving Tuesday 2020
GLOBAL DAY OF GIVING
December 3rd, 2020
Each year, A Safe Place participates in #GivingTuesday to raise funding and awareness for the individuals and families we serve in the Bay Area and beyond.
We need your support this year more than ever! Please consider making a donation, as well as sharing the event with friends and family so all nonprofit organizations may benefit worldwide.
HOW WILL YOUR DONATION BE USED TO HELP A SAFE PLACE?
CHECK OUT OUR GIVE PAGE FOR DETAILS!
Safe Space Discussions guided by members of the African American Domestic Peace Project
Saturdays in October 2020
10:00 AM - 2:30 PM PST
CABI + ASP Fashion Show
Cabi is a foundation for women entrepreneurs and gracious supporter of A Safe Place. They organized a fabulous fashion show and complimentary fittings with stylists, so women can be empowered through their clothing. Despite challenges presented by the pandemic, Cabi did an incredible job and everyone had a fabulous time! For photos of the event check out our gallery, and get more information on Cabi Clothing at their website: https://www.cabionline.com/foundation/
Are you going to Turn Up in 2018?
A Safe Place organized two awesome Day Parties for the books!
FEBRUARY 9th 2018
4PM - 7 PM
1651 Adeline St., Oakland
FEBRUARY 16th 2018
4PM - 7 PM
8711 MacArthur Blvd., Oakland
A Safe Place is always working in the community to prevent family violence before it happens. One of the ways we help is working with teens to spread the word about healthy relationships. Our February events for “Turn Up 2018” are led by Davinia Williams, Teen/Outreach Coordinator at ASP.
For a third straight year the Raiders Women’s Association (RWA) brought their Holiday Gift Drive to A Safe Place. The RWA consists of spouses and significant others of players, coaches and staff as well as front office staff members. In addition, Raiders quarterback Derek Carr lent his support with a Public Service Announcement.
The awesome Heather Carr, Brittany Olawale (both pictured to the left with ASP Director, Carolyn Russell), Eryn Jackson and Cori Latham did more than provide gifts for ASP families. They also delivered a van full of gifts and spent time at A Safe Place meeting residents, clients and staff, providing amazing support and encouragement.
Oakland Raiders Women Sharing the Love @ASP
NOVEMBER 15TH, 2017
In November, ASP launched a brand new logo as part of a new initiative to redesign the website and all the social media for the 40th anniversary in 2018. The event took place at the Laurel Bookstore in Oakland and was attended by the staff and board members of ASP as well as invited guests and leaders of the community. Thank you to all involved in making this a great event.