Sign-up for an internship or volunteer. Are you a college or high school student? Speak to your school about an internship or volunteer position with us, and then email Eileen at Eileen@TheSafetyTeam.org for details.
Supporting the Safety Team
We are grateful for all the community support that we have received over the years. This has included individual donations, corporate sponsorships and small grants. Our team members and volunteers generously donate tons of time to the program. However, we rely primarily on our workshop registration fees to sustain and grow our programs. This year, we have been extremely limited in our ability to offer these workshops. We appreciate all levels of support so that we can keep our program growing and moving forward.
How do donations help?
$50 funds one scholarship spot for any of our large group 2.5 hour workshops
$75 buys one kick shield or focus mitt
$150 funds a scholarship for one woman to participate in Level 1, 2 and 3
$250+ promotes research and program development
Any amount helps fund the general program, program evaluation, or administrative costs (web hosting and web revision, record keeping, sanitizing, program development, etc.)
Any amount can assist with our innovative TESD trauma recovery program that is offered free to survivors of sexual assault or interpersonal violence.
Use Amazon Smiles.Shop for what you need… and Amazon donates to the Safety Team! What could be better? Shopping AND supporting a great cause! Click on the link here, and it will direct you to select our organization as your charity of choice.
Send a donation through PayPal. Click here for the link to make a payment. If this donation is given in honor or in memory of someone else, please email Nancy at Nancy@TheSafetyTeam.org to let us know. We will send a special letter of thanks to the honoree or to his or her family.
Use social media. Spread the word! Share our Facebook page with your friends. Follow us on Twitter. Share our posts. Retweet our tweets. In short, tell others what you know about us and our mission.
Organize a training. Talk to your employer, school, church or community group about setting up a Workshop or series of Workshops! Encourage your college or university to set up a Safety Team chapter on campus. Check out the different training formats that we offer and find one that suits your needs. Email Nancy at Eileen@TheSafetyTeam.org for more information.
Form a partnership. Are you an organization with similar goals? Collaborate with us! Contact us at Eileen@TheSafetyTeam.org to find out how we might work together to bring safety, empowerment and well-being to women.
Thank you to our Community Partners!
Vermont Womens Fund, 3 Court St, Middlebury, VT
Nu Chocolat – 180 Battery St. Ste. 110, Burlington.
David Quinlan and Martial Way Self-Defense Center – 73 Prim Road, Colchester.
Benjamin Pincus and Aikido of Champlain Valley – 257 Pine Street, Burlington.