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The Coalition produces a free monthly electronic newsletter called Et Cetera. It is emailed out the second Friday of every month. Each issue provides resources for advocates, executive directors, or community parnters to stay up-to-date on the latest happenings related to domestic and sexual violence.
As a member of the Coalition you will have access to technical assistance and support around domestic and sexual violence whether you are a part of an organization or an individual. The Coalition provides variying types of membership from member programs to individual membership. Each category has different benefits and dues. Find out how you can join the Coaltion in the work to promote healthy relationships and an end to violence in our communities.
Do you have a talent for creating powerful posters that can be used for awareness campaigns? Are you detail-oriented and enjoy putting together informational packets? Are you just interested in what the Coalition does on a daily basis and want to help out however you can? If your answer was yes or you have other ideas on how you could contribute, let us know!
Don't live in Portland but still want to volunteer? Volunteering at your local domestic violence or sexual assault program can be a rewarding experience. See our list of Shelters & Services to find a program in your area to contact about volunteer opportunities. Contributions are also a great way to help your local program provide much needed services. Your support is appreciated!
There are a variety of ways you can support the Coalition or a local domestic and sexual violence program in Oregon.
The Oregon Charitable Tax Check Off is a quick and easy way to support the continued work of the Coalition each year on your state income tax reporting form. Charitable Check Off Funds are used to support crisis lines, emergency shelter, advocate salaries, client assistance, transportation to shelter or out of the local area to ensure safety, support groups, accompaniment to court, assistance with restraining and stalking orders, accompaniment to hospital, community education, and information and referral. Please support the Coalition on your state income tax reporting form!
Support Survivors of Sexual Violence in Oregon
The Sexual Assault Victim Emergency Medical Response (SAVE) fund, administered by the Oregon Department of Justice, Crime Victims' Assistance Section (CVAS), is used to pay for medical and forensic medical exams for victims of sexual assault in Oregon. Donations to the SAVE Fund are tax deductible. Click here to make a secure on-line donation to the SAVE Fund.
The Task Force provides an opportunity for member programs and community partners to organize around the specific concerns of domestic violence and sexual assault survivors from communities of color. The Communities of Color Task Force is committed to: