Dating abuse charts
Looking for a meaningful service project for yourself or your club?
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, with one day set aside as Wear Orange Day.
Physical violence, emotional control and sexual pressure are forms of abuse that no one should have to face. You strive for excellence on the field and we urge you to do the same off of it. The program is designed to focus on your players’ roles as leaders in their school community and to help them become a positive force against dating violence.
The Yellow Card Challenge™ is a quick, proactive way for you to bring your team together to discuss dating violence.
For example, outsiders might see signs of physical damage, or notice drastic changes in the mood and behavior of the abused party.
Abusers often use emotional blackmail or psychological manipulation to control the abused parties.What a perfect time to spread awareness to prevent abuse.You could create your own PSA, posters, morning announcements, or organize a fundraiser or collection for our domestic violence safe house. For help, contact us at [email protected] the Yellow Card Challenge™ a step further and bring the program out onto the field, or court with you.Don’t want to wait until February to engage your school or community? We can work with your team to deliver apparel that your team can wear during a game to raise awareness about dating abuse.We can also come to the games and set up an information table so that your fans and family know what you stand for.
Note that depending on the number of suggestions we receive, this can take anywhere from a few hours to a few days.