Consent Coaster

Campaign

2017 - 2018

 

ABOUT "CCC"

The "Consent Coaster Campaign" is to spread awareness on consent. We hope it sparks a conversation around consent and sexual violence. By having more conversation we can empower each other and change a culture.We had a great kick off in 2017, where we had 5 official establishments participating by passing out coasters, and we also sent out consent bracelets where we had individuals across the globe wear and show their support on the importance of consent. Check out this past year below!!!!

FEEDBACK

"I think the possible of impact for this campaign became much more relevant to me now that i know i am having a daughter.  I wish we lived in a world where we did not have this conversation, that everyone could do the right thing.  Sadly we do not." - Jared Lordon, Chef at Social in Bakery Square

"Being located in the heart of a college campus, it is important to us that we are a part of the solution for this prevalent issue. Working with Voices of Hope gives us the opportunity to reach out to to our customers, a large part being students, and give them the facts on consent & sexual violence to help make our community safer." - Samantha Glunt, Marketing Coordinator at Stack'd

"The Voices of Hope's message is incredibly powerful, and Not On My Campus at Point Park University shares the same goals and values. Partnering with Kristine and bringing the Consent Coaster Campaign to our campus was another great step to spread awareness where it's needed, and we look forward to partnering with this great organization in the future." - Wesley Ehle, Point Park University's "Not on My Campus" Organization

PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATION

2017

PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATION

2018

Testimonials

"Being located in the heart of a college campus, it is important to us that we are a part of the solution for this prevalent issue. Working with Voices of Hope gives us the opportunity to reach out to to our customers, a large part being students, and give them the facts on consent & sexual violence to help make our community safer."

 

Samantha Glunt, Marketing Coordinator at Stack'd

"The Voices of Hope's message is incredibly powerful, and Not On My Campus at Point Park University shares the same goals and values. Partnering with Kristine and bringing the Consent Coaster Campaign to our campus was another great step to spread awareness where it's needed, and we look forward to partnering with this great organization in the future."

 

Wesley Ehle, Point Park University's "Not on My Campus" Organization

"I think the possible of impact for this campaign became much more relevant to me now that i know i am having a daughter.  I wish we lived in a world where we did not have this conversation, that everyone could do the right thing.  Sadly we do not."

 

Jared Lordon, Chef at Social in Bakery Square

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