The My Community, My Safety Initiative is program sponsored by TD Bank Group for racialized women between the ages of 21 and 55 living in the Region of Peel. The Initiative offers support and builds connections among racialized women. Participants will learn how to increase their safety in workshops on situational awareness, violence prevention, and self-defence.
Born in Crisis - Documentary Screening
Cupid's Sting Non-profit hosted an exclusive screening of Born in Crisis followed by a discussion. We were joined by the star of the film, Emma G to share her experience with intimate partner violence and mental health.
Youth Self-Defense Workshop
A free self-defense workshop for women and girls in the Peel Region aged 15 - 29 years of age.
Digital Discussion Circle: Domestic Violence in Minority Communities
Our Digital Discussion Circle is a bi-monthly virtual discussion on domestic violence. In May, domestic violence in minority groups. Participants view a series of video which are then analyzed and discussed as a group using Jamboard and Zoom.
Safety for All: Accessibility to Domestic Violence Resources
Cupid's Sting Non-Profit hosted a free event called Safety for All: Accessibility to Domestic Violence Resources. This community engagement initiative explored inclusivity and accessibility within the gender-based violence sector including the gaps, barriers, and solutions.
Gender Based Violence: Community Engagement Session
A session for Black and Brown women to share their experiences with Gender Based Violence and Domestic Violence.
Watch-A-Thon with Jean Augustine
A special watch party in partnership with the Jean Augustine Centre where we watched an episode of Law and Order SVU and discussed the importance of healthy relationships with teen girls aged 14 - 17 years old.