Presented by the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay in collaboration with the Sexual Violence Task Force of Tampa Bay
Masters of Ceremony
*Lissette Campos, WFTS-TV Positively Tampa Bay (TBD)
*Brendan McLaughlin, WFTS-TV ABC Action News (TBD)
An interactive event that creates awareness, empowers survivors, and educates the community about sexual violence. Together we empower survivors, celebrate freedom and embrace resiliency.
4:00 PM *Resource & Children's Fair *Clothesline Project * Music Fest
6:00 PM *Ceremony *Charlie Hounchell Community Advocate Award * Pledge against Violence
7:00 PM* Empowerment March *Candlelight Vigil *Sharing Hope Survivor Speak-Out
Special Speakers, Candlelight Vigil, Empowerment March, Men's Pledge, Survivor Speakout, Live Music and tons more!
Survivors of rape, incest, domestic violence, child abuse and human trafficking are all invited to share their journey's of help, hope and healing. Raise your voice and share your empowerment.
Wear teal are raise your VOICE against sexual violence and join us for this AMAZING event!
Over 85 organizations participating!
Please invite your friends, family and people you know, together our voice is our strength. We need your support.
For More information please contact:
Destiny Tirado, Chair Taka Back the Night at firstname.lastname@example.org
Resa Warner, Co-Chair Take Back the Night at email@example.com
or Alison Frierson, Co-Chair Take Back the Night at firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
Crisis Center of Tampa Bay
At the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay we offer help, hope and healing to all people experiencing life’s problems and challenges, big and small. We are located in Tampa, Florida, and provide services throughout the State and beyond.
We can help you deal with the devastating trauma of sexual assault or abuse, domestic violence, financial distress, substance abuse, medical emergency, suicidal thoughts, emotional or situational problems.
We are here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Dial 2-1-1 where you will receive free, confidential crisis counseling, along with referrals to a Crisis Center service or to over 4,600 other community resources.