|Awareness & Prevention Posters|
JULY 2013 National Awareness & Prevention Poster Campaign™ with American Pop Girls' Group Eleve
In partnership with the Operation For HOPE Foundation, The Allstate Foundation offers survivors of domestic violence free downloadable materials to help families move from safety to long-term security. (http://www.allstatefoundation.org/financial-empowerment-curriculum)
Stephany, Aureole & Sierra
I am passionate about the Operation For HOPE Foundation mission because it allows anyone living under the fear of domestic violence to be heard and offers ways to seek professional help to create a safety plan in taking back control of your life. Every person from every walk of life can be victim of abuse. No one else needs to die from dirty little secrets. We all know somebody that we have seen or suspected is an abuser or a victim of abuse. Now is the time to SPEAK UP, to STAND UP, and to let people know that they are NOT ALONE. As strong voices of Operation For HOPE, Eleve encourages women, men and teens who have been victims to speak up and ban together, because together we are stronger, and together we will make this world a better place, said Stephany.
I support the Operation For Hope Foundation because I feel its vital for our communities to have resources for aid to assist women, men and teens when domestic violence becomes an issue in relationships, said Aureole.
With Eleve’s commitment and support of the Operation For HOPE Foundation, I know, together, we bring more attention to the serious problem of domestic violence and offer ways to seek professional help. Together, we will reach teenage males and females in all of our communities and especially those who are in need of hearing our message. We want to let them know that there really is way to manage conflict without violence and when conditions in a relationship becomes abusive Operation For HOPE gives the victims resources and recovery options. Together we make a great team. I am proud to carry on a message that will make our world a better place, said Sierra.
MARCH 2010 Nampa Family Justice Center Awareness & Prevention Poster Campaign™ with Boise State University and the 'The Blue'
Operation For HOPE Foundation has created and launched several successful campaigns with community partner agencies in various communities.
Each campaign is created solely with how to best reach and communicate with a given community about vital resources available in seeking and remaining safe from domestic violence. After months of preparation posters campaigns are unveiled to the community. At the unveiling thousands of 11" X 17” posters are freely distributed with an ask to place posters in a visible environment: boys and girls clubs, schools, community centers, businesses, police stations, etc.
Public Service Announcements
Public Service Announcement of the Operation For HOPE Foundation use social media channels in outreach on target market for a given campaign. Each PSA has a ‘call to action’ in the prevention and education of domestic violence while clearly offering resources on who to call in seeking assistance and resources available. To view, click here