Care In Community Poll

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Connective Therapy Collective is having you (our community!) voice your opinion on what organizations to redistribute some of the company’s profit at the end of the year as a way to support other frontline organizations.

 

We have invited four outstanding orgs to participate. All four will get a minimum donation of $50 - and at the end of the poll the favorite will get additional money!

Everyone on this list does great things, and there are always ways to help out if you feel called. Visit their websites and look for ways to get involved.

And don't forget to let us know which is your favorite! The poll closes on 12/15/22.

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and add your voice

Haymarket Pole Collective

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"HMPC is an organization for sex workers by sex workers. We intimately understand the tribulations sex workers of color face on a regular basis, since we share the lived experience of the community we serve. The knowledge, understanding, and trust we have established in our community enables us to aid, impact, and educate our community in ways no other organization can.

 

HMPC operations fills a void in the historically white domain of adult entertainment advocacy. "

Call To Safety

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"Founded in 1973 by a group of women concerned about the prevalence of sexual assault in the community, the Portland Women’s Crisis Line (PWCL) was one of the first five sexual violence crisis lines in the United States. After more than 40 years of service as PWCL, we are excited to embrace a new identity as Call to Safety.

Call to Safety is not just a social service agency – we were founded as a social change organization. 

Bradley Angle

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"Bradley Angle’s mission is to serve all people affected by domestic violence. We do this by placing people experiencing, or at risk of, domestic violence at the center of our services and providing them with safety, education, empowerment, healing, and hope.

Our vision is a world where communities are free from domestic violence and oppression, and where loving, compassionate, and equitable relationships exist for all people."

New Avenues For Youth

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Since 1997, New Avenues’ programs and services have impacted more than 30,000 young people as they work to overcome barriers, pursue their goals, and realize their potential. From supporting basic needs like meals and counseling to providing opportunities for education, job training, employment, and housing, we meet youth where they are and help them get where they want to go.

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