We are so grateful for all our male supporters, and the work they do to help Dixon end violence against women, from serving on our board of directors to participating in our fundraising events like the Scotiabank Charity Challenge!
To all the men in our community who have volunteered, donated, provided sponsorship, and attended events like the Dixon Jazz Concert, we can’t say enough how much we appreciate you.
While our primary goal at Dixon is to provide resources for women and their children who are fleeing violence, we also want to educate our community. We want to make sure everyone has the tools they need to be an effective advocate for survivors.
Small actions can go a long way in creating a culture of equity and respect. In this blog post, we’re sharing some steps men can take to prevent violence against women in our community.
If you’ve been around Dixon before, you’ve probably met Chandra. Chandra has been working at Dixon in different roles for over fifteen years!
Working various roles within and beyond the social services sector, Chandra brings a unique collection of experiences to Dixon.
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