Interested in advocating for survivors and supporting our clients navigate the legal system?
We are putting the call out for interested lawyers in the area that align with our Centre Mission & Values, who would like to assist with this opportunity and that has knowledge in family, domestic or criminal law, the justice system and guiding survivors of violence.
This work could count towards pro bono hours required by the Ontario Law Society.
How To Apply: Interested applicants can email Daniella at [email protected] for more information and to schedule a time to discuss further. Please include a letter of interest and a resume. View on Charity Village Here.
If you are interested in hosting a fundraiser to support Amelia Rising, please reach out to discuss what type of fundraiser would be most beneficial to our organization at that time. We request that you contact us to approve any imaging used and promotion of the fundraiser to ensure that it aligns with our mission statement and goals. We will provide our Centre Logo, Colours and Fonts for advertising purposes.
We are happy to announce our Crisis Line partnership with the Sexual Assault Centre of Kingston. If you are interested in this opportunity, align with our mission statement and values, and are committed to being a volunteer on the crisis lines for Kingston and the Nipissing District, please use the two links below to get started:
- First, Complete a Volunteer Interest Form: https://forms.gle/2xoPzqj7cWZTsLw5A
- Second, Schedule an Interview here prior to training: https://calendly.com/volunteer-28/20min
*You will need to be available to attend both training sessions
Training will take place online and will be hosted by the Sexual Assault Centre of Kingston. Links will be sent out to those who have filled out the form and have set up an interview.
Contact Person: Jessica Gilmore [email protected]
Pop Culture Reviews
If you have read a book, or watched a tv show/ movie recently that you think we should talk about, let us know! We welcome you to write up a short synopsis of the book, show or movie, rate it on a scale of 1 to 5, and tell us why we should or should not check it out!
- Does it demonstrate a safe or unsafe relationship? Does it depict consent?
- Is it survivor centered?
- Based on true events?
- Canadian or local?
- Is it realistic?
- What did you like or dislike?
- Is this book inclusive or play into limited character tropes?
- Does it offer practical advice and learning?