SAFE Bar Network
Come One, Come All & Pledge to Give a SAFE Night Out.
In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2021, the SAFE Bar Network is launching a campaign to encourage everyone to Pledge to Give a SAFE Night Out.
Join us and make a commitment to notice concerning behavior, interrupt to help, offer support, and start conversations about using active bystander skills to give everyone a safe night out.
Pledge to Give a SAFE Night Out Today!
Looking for other ways to get involved?
Here are some of the opportunities to participate in Sexual Assault Awareness Month with the SAFE Bar Network.
1. Share the pledge and encourage your friends, family, and community to Pledge to Give a SAFE Night Out. Visit www.safebarnetwork.org/pledge to make your voice heard.
2. Create a video or send us a note to share why you signed the pledge.
3. Follow the SAFE Bar Network on social media and share our social media posts about the campaign. We're @safebarnetwork
4. Share the SAFE Night Out pledge, Huddle Up guide, and local resources with bars and other alcohol-serving venues in your community.
5. Enter our Instagram Give-A-Way and share the contest with your followers, network, and friends.
Why a pledge? The SAFE Bar Network believes in a survivor-centered approach to Sexual Assault Awareness Month. We want to be part of shifting the focus to guiding our collective awareness towards meaningful action.
“A survivors-centered approach means you look at your work through the hearts and minds of survivors of sexual harassment, assault, and abuse. You look at your messaging from every side and you think about the impact that it will have on survivors. Above all, you work to ease pain and not cause harm. At the SAFE Bar Network, we are focused on a survivor-centered approach,” Haleigh Harrold, Executive Director.
To learn more about joining the SAFE Bar Network contact us at email@example.com
The SAFE Bar Network is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) you can join the team by donating your time, talent, and money to the mission of giving everyone a SAFE Night Out, just click here.
There are everyday active bystanders practicing the skills to keep people safe every day. Watch their stories here, Everyday Active Bystanders.
To learn more about active bystander skills check out our blog post, Obstacles. What obstacles? 3 Full Proof Everyday Active Bystander Skills.
Interested in learning more about bystander intervention? Visit our friends at With Us Center for Bystander Intervention.
If you or someone you know has experienced sexual harassment our partners can help. Visit MOCSA.org and RAINN.org
To learn more about the field of violence response and prevention visit PreventConnect.org and NSVRC.org