Become an Advocate
We need your help to bring critical information and resources to your local community! Below are suggestions for how you can effectively represent Day One. And, of course, if you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
Ways You Can Help
Request that our free Know Your Rights Guides be made available in your community. Day One’s guides educate readers on a variety of topics such as Teen Dating Abuse, Consent & Coercion, Dating Abuse & Technology, and more. Potential sites for distribution include schools, youth centers, houses of worship, police precincts, political offices, and more.
Schedule an educational workshop at your company or place of business. Day One offers “lunch and learn” presentations for corporate employees that are tailored to fit the interests and needs of your organization.
Have an open conversation with the young people in your life about dating violence, and connect them to help. Tell them you want them to be safe and they can always come to you for support. Be patient, don’t judge their choices, and contact an expert at Day One if needed.
Donate to Day One or host a fundraiser so that we can continue to bring our lifesaving information, counseling, legal support, preventive education, and leadership development to over tens of thousands of young people each year.
Learn About Our Programs and Impact
To effectively spread the word in your community, you need to know the program well. The downloadable files below give you all the information you need — from what services we offer to how many people we reach each year. Download, print, read, or distribute!
What kind of impact has Day One made since being founded in 2003? Read our 15th anniversary report here.
Want to tell someone you know about Day One? Download and print or share our fact sheet.