Register now to bring greater awareness to the issue of domestic violence in our community.
March and Rally Details
Date: Saturday, October 7, 2023
When: 9 AM – 10 AM gathering which includes pre-march activities
10 AM march begins
Where: The march will begin/end at at the 14th District Police Station located at 2150 N. California Avenue in Logan Square.
Who: Anyone wishing to advocate on behalf of victims and survivors of domestic violence. All ages are encouraged and welcome
Please dress in purple to commemorate all the victims who have lost their lives due to domestic violence and to honor those who have survived domestic violence. Bring your drums, instruments, pots, pans, and your voice to make noise for those who have been silenced.
Have additional skills you would like to lend to this event? CAWC has several volunteer opportunities where we’d welcome your contribution to making this event as successful as possible. We’re looking for photographers, pre-event marketing crew, chant leaders and more. Please click here to view openings and sign up for roles. Any questions, thoughts, or concerns please email our Volunteer Coordinator, Paru Vijayann. (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Help Spread the Word
Partner with CAWC in standing with victims and survivors by proudly sharing our march and rally poster. Print and download and then get your community involved!
- Send it to peers, friends, school alumni, neighborhood groups, and local non-profits you are connected with.
- Post it in your offices, public areas, coffee shops, libraries, etc.
Note: the flyer is hyperlinked, so if you share electronically, the recipient can click on the section where it says RSVP and it will take them to the registration page.
We THANK 💜 YOU in advance!!
Join the conversation and get ready to march!
Our next Kitchen Table Conversation, aptly named, This Is Why We March, will be going live Thursday, September 28 at noon.
Register now and join CAWC’s domestic violence experts, Megan Rosado, Colleen Montgomery, along with CAWC staff, as they discuss the importance of public activism that continues to advance awareness and gives voice to those who have been silenced.
During the conversation we will be sharing ideas and phrases to craft signage for the march and rally. Audience participation welcome! We’re encouraging everyone to bring your posters and markers as we create protest signs to illustrate our advocacy and activism!!
Prefer not to give online?
Many individuals make donations to CAWC at various times throughout the year. Checks can be sent to:
CAWC – Attention: Development
1116 N. Kedzie Avenue, 5th Floor
Chicago, IL 60651
Or you can make a gift online.
Plan your own fundraiser
You don’t have to be an experienced party planner to create an event that benefits CAWC – energy and enthusiasm go a long way! And the CAWC development team will help you plan an event that will assist survivors and their children on their journey to heal from abuse.