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.
The Freedom and Hope Women's Golf Tournament is an annual fundraiser for Jared's Place, a program of Interval House of Hamilton. Jared's Place provides legal information, advocacy, court accompaniment, and system navigation to women involved in Family or Criminal...
June is recognized as Canadian Men's Health Month. In the past, the week leading up to Father's Day was observed as Canadian Men's Health week. A week set aside for men to take time and focus on their health. Men were reminded to book long overdue doctor's...
The Steel City Allies are allies who have taken their #firststepfirstchange towards ending gender-based violence. Gender-based violence is a global pandemic. We all have women and girls in our lives who we love and care about and all women and girls have an undeniable...