Indianapolis, In. — The Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault (ICESA) launches the third annual “Make the Number Zero” fundraising campaign August 1. With a goal of $50,000, this campaign seeks to end sexual violence and human trafficking in Indiana. Individuals and companies can donate to the campaign online here throughout the month of August and September.The donated funds will help ICESA continue growing programs, creating a deeper impact, reaching more people, and expanding prevention strategy. It will also help continue shifting culture and strengthening Indiana communities to end sexual violence; ensuring all victims receive the services they need and deserve.The previous year’s campaign provided the opportunity for over 900 sexual assault victim advocates to attend comprehensive, trauma-informed training, conferences, and webinars. These various educational opportunities for victim advocates result in survivors receiving better services and overall care.In addition, the 2017 campaign contributed to the creation of over 1,000 “We’ve Got Your Back, backpacks” which include clothing, toiletries, undergarments and flip-flops. These backpacks were delivered to victim advocates and sexual assault nurse examiners who provide them to sexual assault victims who submit their clothing to evidence after receiving a medical forensic exam.The donations also helped to bring focus to the need for additional services throughout the state. As a result, nine rape crisis centers were developed across the state and ICESA began the administrative role for the Indiana Protection for Abused and Trafficked Humans (IPATH).“ICESA is working to end sexual violence and human trafficking in Indiana,” said ICESA’s Chief Executive Officer, Tracey Horth Krueger. “Your donation will truly help us make the number zero as you will be making a meaningful impact on survivors and support sexual assault service providers, and empower communities in our state.”Overall, these donations help change Indiana’s landscape for responding, serving and preventing sexual violence and human trafficking. Donating to the “Make the Number Zero” campaign fills the gap in resources throughout all communities in the state.
Is it possible to beat Liverpool? “Of course. They are dangerous for the attack and for the understanding of the three above. ”Player to highlight Liverpool. “I would stay with Firmino. He is a very intelligent player. He is one of the most dangerous players for me in Liverpool. “Klopp, the best in the world. “I’m at Atlético de Madrid, I have to say Simeone but Klopp is one of the greats. Look a lot for how the football player is one of the top ”. Felipe Monteiro will be one of the biggest countermeasures today to stop Liverpool’s offensive game. The Brazilian defender is being the rojiblanco reinforcement that is offering more performance since he arrived last summer. He analyzed the match against Liverpool in an interview on TVE:Diego Costa’s return. “He is happy. He has always been important in all the teams he has been in … he will not play at the start but if he does he will help us a lot.”
The Liberia Athletics Federation (LAF) has released the calendar of activities for this year’s National Open Athletics Championship, which starts on Saturday, 31 May 2014 at the SKD Sports Complex in Monrovia.The LAF said over 100 athletes have registered for the daylong events.Conquerors Athletics and Fast Spikes Athletics will grace the occasion with their respective athletes.The LAF said the competition is open to both female and male athletes; Youth (born 1996 – 2000), Junior (born 1995 – 1999) and Senior (born before 1995).Successful athletes will be selected to join the national athletic team.It will feature the following events: 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, 5000m, Long Jump, High Jump, Shot Put, 4 x 400m relay and 1 x 100m relay.The LAF said it is expected to participate in the African Junior Championship in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso on 14 – 15 June 2014; World Junior Championship in Eugene, USA on 22 – 27 July 2014; World Youth Olympic in China in August and the African Senior Championship in Morocco in August 2014.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)