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100 Men Campaign

100 Men Campaign

Domestic violence is not just a women’s issue, it’s an all-of-us issue.  We need good men to stand with Prevail in our prevention efforts.  Men from all walks of life play a crucial role in eradicating the destructive behaviors and attitudes that lead to violence.  Members of this campaign are committed to promoting healthy relationships, being positive role models, and making our community a safe and healthy environment for our kids.

About the 100 Men Campaign

The 100 Men Campaign invites good men to stand with Prevail to prevent violence and abuse by demonstrating positive behaviors and attitudes for Hamilton County kids. 

Good men build strong communities, and strong communities prevent violence

Why we Need YOU:

As we continue to serve thousands of people, we realize our mission can be accomplished only if good and generous individuals – our supporters – make it happen.

Participation in the 100 Men Campaign is simple—the level of commitment is up to you.

Expectations:

Each individual will be expected to commit to their role for the entire calendar year and make a yearly contribution of $100

  • Pledge can be split into monthly payments
  • Contribution can be designated for any combination of 100 men projects

Team Members are required to:

  • Volunteer at one or more 100 Men projects

Planning Committee Members are required to:

  • Attend quarterly planning meetings with Prevail staff
  • Select project captains for the upcoming year
  • Make a concerted effort to volunteer at each 100 Men project throughout the year

Project Assistants are required to:

  • Assist Project Captains with planning, including but not limited to soliciting donations, recruiting volunteers, and promoting events
  • Make a concerted effort to volunteer at each 100 Men project throughout the year

Project Captains are required to:

  • Plan and develop a community-based project to address a risk factor of violence with Prevail staff’s input
  • Secure a minimum of 100 unique donations to support the project
  • Communicate regularly with Prevail staff via email, phone, and in-person meetings
  • Make a concerted effort to volunteer at each 100 Men project throughout the year

More Information

If you have any questions please contact:

Kelly Growden, Prevail’s Primary Prevention Coordinator
Ph 317.773.6942
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