— Colorado Denim Day
Why We Wear Denim
Colorado Denim Day is aligned with the world wide Denim Day movement. In Colorado, state agencies, businesses, and other groups are asked to allow their employees to donate $5 in exchange for wearing jeans on Denim Day. Colorado Denim Day donations support the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault‘s work to address and prevent sexual violence in Colorado.
— Sign Up
Participants who sign up will receive stickers 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 against sexual violence.
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT OF SUPPORT OF SURVIVORS ON SOCIAL MEDIA!
On the 10th Anniversary of Colorado Denim Day, show us what you do in denim to support survivors!
Thank you for helping us get close to our goal!
Thank You 2023 Teams
1st Judicial District Attorney’s Office
8th Judicial District Attorney’s Office
Advocates for Victims of Assault
Colorado Department of Law
Colorado Department of Public Safety
Correctional Psychology Associates
CU Boulder, Office of Victim Assistance
Deaf Overcoming Violence Through Empowerment
Denim to Stop Assault
Denver District Attorney’s Office
Team Hillary Guggenheim
Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Center
Kingdom Builder’s Family Life
Team Nadine Koo
Law Students Against Sexual Violence-DU Sturm College of Law
Longmont – Victim Services & LEVI
Montezuma Youth Pride
Nesheim Cleaning Service
TSS-Dept. of Psychology-DU
The Arc of Aurora
Thank You 2023 Sponsors
— Fashion Freedom Fighters
— Denim Defenders