How to
Get Involved

Our Programs

Stand Up and Speak Out.
Our Be More than a Bystander Program aims to increase awareness of the community’s responsibility to end gender-based violence. We are all in this together.

Be an Ally
The Steel City Allies seek individuals who are committed to ending gender-based violence and through action promote violence-free living.

Community Leader Program.
The role of the Community Leader is to raise awareness, advocate, educate and mentor within their community and workplace to end gender-based violence.

What you can do

As a community, we must come together in new ways to end gender-based violence. Here are some ways YOU can help:


MentorAction continues their work without funding and requires your help – whether through financial donation or volunteer hours. Please contact us to find out more or click on the link below to donate.

Be an advocate

Stand Up and Speak Out against gender-based violence. Be an advocate for women, and be more than a bystander. Through education, awareness and resources, we can end gender-based violence together.


MentorAction has various programs to get everyone involved in ending gender-based violence. Through our Steel City Ally program, Community Leader Program, and other opportunities, our volunteers learn the skills to be a role model in the community and lead by example.

Upcoming Events

December 10 – Human Rights Day

December 10 – Human Rights Day

The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence ends on December 10 - which is also Human Rights Day. The 2020 theme is: Recover Better - Stand Up for Human Rights. The COVID-19 pandemic further exasperated gender inequities resulting in countless women...

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16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

On November 25, 2020, the annual international campaign known as the, “16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence” begins and continues until December 10, 2020. This year the campaign theme is: “Orange the World: Fund, Respond, Prevent, Collect!”. Amidst the...

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