CO Gives Day 2020

2020 has been a challenging year for all of us, especially for victims of domestic violence. Support SPAN and survivors this CO Gives Day. Transcript: 2020 has been a challenging year for all of us. Especially for victims of domestic violence. While COVID kept us inside, social injustice compelled many of us to take to…

SPAN Featured Non-profit for District 13 Candidate Forum

SPAN is the featured nonprofit for the Colorado House District 13 Candidate Forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Boulder County (LWVBC) this Thursday, 6-7pm.  House District 13 includes the city of Boulder and western Boulder County. Hear the candidates discuss their positions on issues important to domestic violence survivors, their families, and the community at-large.…

Falling For Span: Virtual Fundraiser

SPAN hosts first ever virtual fundraiser in honor of domestic violence awareness month! Join us October 22nd, at 6pm to hear a survivor’s story, indulge in caramel apples pumpkin carving, and tune in for a Q+A with Boulder County DA, Michael Dougherty. Buy Tickets! Thank You Sponsors! Maughan Family Fund Christine and Doug Werking Mark…

Online June Fundraiser

Between the COVID-19 outbreak and recent instances of police brutality against BIPOC (Black Indigenous People of Color), the past few months have demonstrated the systems of power and injustice that plague our nation and our community. As a social justice organization, breaking down these systems of power and injustice are core to our anti-violence work

Black Lives Matter

The roots of violence and oppression, whether they manifest as intimate partner abuse in the home or racist violence in the street, thrive when power is used to dehumanize others.  Upending violence and oppression can’t happen when only the injured and oppressed protest. Interrupting the pandemic of racist violence in our country demands action by white people, especially white people in power. This is true nationally; it is equally true in our local community.