bY SURVIVORS, FOR SURVIVORS.
Our website is meant to help survivors access resources, supports and workshops, our website also houses our Safer Bars and Spaces Training and Programs. As a not for profit organization all the earned revenue from our safer bars and spaces programs, goes back into the pockets of workers, facilitators, survivors and the organization to sustain.
We believe in the power of education as a form of resistance to sexual violence. Survivors are not just victims, we are knowledgeable, skilled, resilient, informed, engaged, active and empowered.
We have grown from whisper networks to developing policies and programs for organizations all over Canada, creating safer spaces through industry focused training and integrated community workshops.
We carry out our work on the land known in Kanien’keha as Tkaronto. It has been and continues to be home to many Indigenous peoples, most recently the Haudenosaunee, Anishnaabe, Wyandot and the Mississaugas of the Credit River. We acknowledge the ongoing colonial and sexual violence on this land and that Indigenous peoples, women and two-spirit people are disproportionately effected by this violence intergenertionally. We will remain committed to prioritizing the voices of Indigenous survivors and using our resources for ongoing support and services.