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Take Back the Night 2013: Resource Fair Registration

Sexual Violence Task Force of Tampa Bay

Sunday, April 21, 2013 at 4:00 PM - Monday, April 22, 2013 at 6:00 PM (EDT)

Tampa, FL

Take Back the Night 2013: Resource Fair Registration

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Donations are not required, but we greatly appreciate any donation you are willing to offer. This event wouldn't be possible without your support! For questions, or to donate offline to bypass the merchant fee, please contact Andrea Thompson, Committee Chair at 813-951-2824 or athompson@ut.edu.
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As a valued member of the Tampa Bay community, we invite you to commit your support to survivors and sexual violence prevention through considering registration with the “Take Back the Night” 2013 community Resource Fair.

The Sexual Violence Task Force of Tampa Bay serves the community through:
-Survivor empowerment
-Prevention education
-Outreach
-Legal advocacy for survivor rights


Its members are dedicated to creating a coordinated community response to sexual violence and increased access to services for survivors and their families. “Take Back the Night” serves as an interactive community event to create hope, healing and freedom from violence of any kind.

At last year’s event, over 850 people gathered together to support and celebrate survivor’s resiliency. More than 60 different Hillsborough and Pinellas County service providers collaborated to conduct a Resource Fair for attendees, providing knowledge of local assistance for victims of sexual/domestic violence.

The Tampa Police Department with Chief of Police Jane Castor, local news anchors Keith Cate and Lissette Campos, Commissioner Ken Hagan, former NFL Buccaneer’s player Ian Beckles and many other notable mentions also attended the event to create social change and actively support survivors of sexual violence.

Each year this event increases in size and persons served. By joining the Sexual Violence Task Force and Crisis Center of Tampa Bay, your organization will have the opportunity to showcase services assisting survivors and their families. Each Resource Fair participant will be issued one half or full table, depending on the organization's needs or requests, the day of the event. Resource Fair participants are welcome and encouraged to bring a canopy for their table, with a maximum size of 10’x10’ sq./ft. In view of the fact this event is dedicated to survivor empowerment, education and community awareness of sexual violence, the sale of merchandise will not be permitted.

Thank you for your time and consideration of joining the “Take Back the Night” Resource Fair at Curtis Hixon Park on April 21st, 2013.

For Resource Fair questions or additional event details, please contact:
Andrea Thompson, Change Chair
Phone: (813) 951-2824
Email at athompson@ut.edu

Space is limited and for that reason we look forward to receiving your commitment no later than February 15th, 2013 so that we may begin the strategic placement planning to best showcase your business.


Sincerely,


Sexual Violence Task Force of Tampa Bay


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Curtis Hixon Park
600 N Ashley Dr
Tampa, FL 33602

Sunday, April 21, 2013 at 4:00 PM - Monday, April 22, 2013 at 6:00 PM (EDT)


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Sexual Violence Task Force of Tampa Bay

The Sexual Violence Task Force of Tampa Bay (SVTF) is an alliance of agencies and individuals committed to ending sexual violence.

Together, we VOICE sexual violence awareness, engage the community through OUTREACH and special events, IMPACT the community through collaboration and education, CHANGE laws and systems to advocate for survivor rights, and EMPOWER survivors!

The SVTF serves the community through survivor empowerment, prevention education, outreach and legal advocacy for survivor rights. Its members are dedicated to creating a coordinated community response to sexual violence and increased access to services for survivors and their families.

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