About SFWAR

about sfwar

GENERAL INFORMATION

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SFWAR's 40th Anniversary Video
Created by Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project(QWOCMAP)

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Image of Artists Against Rape event. San Francisco Women Against Rape provides resources, support, advocacy and education to strengthen the work of all individuals, and communities in San Francisco that are responding to, healing from, and struggling to end sexual violence. At SFWAR, we believe that no single individual, organization, foundation, or business alone can stop the epidemic of sexual assault, but by responding as a whole community, we each bring our piece of the solution.


Image of silent auction. SFWAR is a women of color led, volunteer-based organization that has provided rape crisis services to survivors of sexual assault for over 30 years. As the primary provider of rape crisis services in San Francisco, we also offer support to friends and families of survivors and provide expert advice, training, and assistance to healthcare workers, medical professionals, educators, law enforcement officers and other professionals throughout the city. Our prevention programs have reached young people in classrooms in schools serving every area of San Francisco, and provided information and resources to people of all ages through community programs, social services, and numerous community events. All our services are confidential and free of charge.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

SFWAR's 9th Annual Walk Against Rape.

SFWAR's 9th Annual Walk Against Rape
Saturday, April 26th, 2014

Start: The Women's Building, 3543 18th St.

Finish: Potrero del Sol Park, Potrero Ave & 25th St.

Sexual violence touches all of our lives, Walk Against Rape is the chance to say NO! to sexual violence in our communities. March with us as we speak out against sexual violence and rape. Let's make our voices and stories known. Silence is not golden!

Contact: Bhavana Manchanda, bhavanamanchanda@sfwar.org

 





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