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Freedom from Sexual Violence

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Why Denim Day?

On Colorado Denim Day, April 24, 2019, state agencies, businesses, and other groups in Colorado are asked to allow their employees to pay $5 in exchange for wearing jeans on Denim Day. Employees wearing jeans will also receive stickers that they can wear to let everyone know why they are wearing jeans on Denim Day. Wearing jeans is a conversation-starter and visual sign of your support of survivors. Colorado Denim Day demonstrates the power of communities coming together to support survivors and take a stand against sexual violence.

Help Us Reach Our Colorado Denim Day 2019 GOAL!

$12,450 raised

Thank you to the 2018 Teams!

8th Judicial District Attorney’s Office
Adoption Options
Bring Incest to Light
Cary Kennedy Team
CDE Denim Day Champions
Circuit Rider of Colorado
City of Westminster
Colographic Boldly Wearing Denim
Colorado Attorney General’s Office
Colorado Department of Public Safety
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Colorado Office of Youth, Children, and Families – Domestic Violence Program
Colorado School of Mines
Community Reach Center
CoreCivic Boulder
Crossroads TP Co-Occuring Team
Denver College of Nursing- SARAH
Denim Day – In the Gym
Denver District Attorney’s Office
Department of Local Affairs
Dr. Suess
Eagle County Sheriff’s Office
Early Milestones Colorado
Gold Law Firm
Henderson Transition Center
Higher Education Equity Team
Housing for Crime Victims Special Project
IntelliTec Colleges

Jeans for Justice
Jeans in the Gym
Jefferson County Public Health
Kidpower of Colorado
Motherwise Colorado
Mountain Eyeworks
Neurofeedback Clinic of Northern Colorado
One Colorado
Project Safeguard
Reflective Wellness
Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center
Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center
Rose Andom Center
Smoky Hill High School
Sterling Correctional Facility
Team Douthit
Team Wheaties
The 21st Justice Seekers
The Mighty Calcifer
TownePlace Suites Denver West
U.S. Center for SafeSport
University of Colorado Boulder, Office of Victim Assistance (OVA)
University of Colorado Denver, Center on Domestic Violence
University of Colorado Denver, Office of Advancement
Volunteers of America- Veteran Services
Workplace Elements

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