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 (the 4th Wednesday in April). Colorado Denim Day donations support the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault‘s work to address and prevent sexual violence in Colorado.
Participants who sign up will 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 GOAL of $15,000!
Thank you to the 2019 Teams!
21st Judicial District District Attorney’s Office
8th Judicial DA Office CVC
Adams County Transitional Centers
Brookdale Home Health
Center on Domestic Violence, School of Public Affairs – CU Denver
Colorado Attorney General’s Office
Colorado Department of Education
Colorado Department of Public Safety
Colorado Public Safety EDO
Colorado School of Mines
Crossroads Turning Points
Deaf Overcoming Violence through Empowerment (DOVE)
Denver DA’s Office
If/When/How at Colorado Law School
Limon Correctional Facility
Office of Victim Assistance, CU Boulder
Otero County Sheriff’s Office
Project Safe Guard
Rose Andom Center
Sterling Correctional Facility
Student Disability Services/University Testing, Regis University
Team – Dr. Seuss
Team – Prevention Make a Difference, Denver Human Services
Violence Free Fashionistas