Attend a CARE Event or Request Event Assistance

 

CARE hosts a number of events throughout the year, including The Clothesline Project (October & April), Purple Light Nights (October), The Neurobiology of Trauma & Healing (March), and Take Back the Night (April). 

Check out CARE’s Event Planning Toolkit to get help planning your event. Request event support from CARE using the form below!

 

Date Event Time/Location Description
Wednesday, April 7th The Clothesline Project Online - CARE Social Media Channels Hornbake Plaza - 10am-3pm The Clothesline Project is a visual representation of the impacts of sexual and relationship violence on the campus community. This event provides community members with an opportunity to confront the issue of power-based violence and create and display their own messages to the community during Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Monday, April 12th Raise Your Voice: Restorative Yoga Hour 6pm-7pm | Zoom Start off your week on a good vibe! Join us for a virtual Restorative Yoga session with instructor Quratul-Ann Malik (she/hers). This yoga session will be for all skill levels and will focus on stress relief and healing. Attendees will be entered into a raffle for a Hot Yoga Towel Mat- there will be 15 lucky winners! Register at http://raiseyourvoice.umd.edu/
Tuesday, April 13th CARE in Conversations: Healthy Masculinity 12:30pm-2pm | Zoom CARE in Conversation is a monthly lunch-time gathering for students and CARE to be in community with each other, while engaging in conversation on issues related to power based violence over Zoom. Jeremy, from Men Can Stop Rape, will be joining us this month! Bring your questions, and share your perspectives! RSVP at go.umd.edu/careinconversation
Tuesday, April 13th Raise Your Voice: Charcuterie Board Design Class 6pm-7pm | Zoom Do you want to wow your friends and family with professionally designed charcuterie boards? Challenge yourself to learn a new skill, and join us for a virtual Charcuterie Board Design Class with Maddie Landers (she/her) of Jam-Packed Boards. Attendees will be entered into a raffle for a Moda Striped Cutting Board - there will be 12 lucky winners! Ingredient lists provided upon registration. Register at http://raiseyourvoice.umd.edu/
Wednesday, April 14th Raise Your Voice: Sexual Violence Prevention in a Virtual World - UMD Community Panel 6pm-7pm | Zoom Join us for an interactive panel that will provide students with an opportunity to learn about sexual violence prevention relevant to our current digital pandemic world. Our panel will explore online virtual prevention and response, best practices for health equity, as well as law related to digital crimes of sexploitation and crime victimology. Attendees will be entered into a raffle with five opportunities to win various prizes. One grand prize winner will win a wellness package!! Register at http://raiseyourvoice.umd.edu/
Wednesday, April 28th Take Back the Night: The Road to Healing 7pm-8:30pm | Zoom Take Back the Night (TBTN) is a global movement that empowers survivors, supporters, and the larger community to take action against sexual violence. Join us for a virtual panel discussion with survivors, activists, and experts from UMD and the local community. We will close out our time together with a virtual "Speak Out". Sign up, or submit a speak out story, at ter.ps/tbtn
Thursday, April 29th Take Back the Night: The Road to Healing 3pm-5pm | LaPlata Beach Then let's meet up in-person to engage in creative self-care via healing arts and crafts. Sign up at ter.ps/tbtn

Interested in Hosting your own event?

The CARE to Stop Violence Team is always looking for an opportunity to raise awareness of the CARE office’s services and other topics related to power-based violence. Our Outreach team specializes in collaborating, planning, and executing events with groups both on and off campus. CARE Outreach Peers are available to table at your event, provide a brief informational announcement about CARE to the audience, or help you plan your event. Use this form to contact our Outreach Team to get involved:

Event Request