In the spirit of unity, empowerment, and leadership Dare2Care, in collaboration with Ohio’s citizens, schools, communities, and corporations, endeavors to produce events (i.e. fundraising and workshops) that are inclusive, arousing, educational, and courageous. Our events will continue to highlight Cleveland’s best, brightest, underserved, and infrequently heard from youth. It is our aim to give voice to tomorrow’s leaders, to seek out and share the wisdom of our current leaders, and to break through barriers while building bridges. Movement is change and we assure you that you will be moved.
Fundraising events to provide funding for our school workshops: Dare2Care has developed a strong reputation since its inception in 2011, for creative and inspiring fund raising events. We are committed to spending every dollar raised on the development and implementation of our school-based workshops designed to eliminate LGBTQ targeted bullying in our schools.
Free Workshops to explore how sex, gender and diverse Identities impact the culture of bullying: Dare2Care is working toward filling the gap between what is often believed about sex, gender, and diverse identities and what we know to be true about sex, gender, and diverse identities, based on accurate and well researched information. Bi-annual workshops are presented free to the Greater Cleveland School communities. We are currently developing a new student and faculty curriculum – to be launched in March 2017 which will also include a ‘train the trainers‘ component for youth/peer facilitators.
NEXT SCHOOL-BASED WORKSHOP MARCH 13th 2017
TRAIN THE TRAINER – Student leader facilitator training: Monday February 20th, 2017 St. Martin De Porres High School
For consideration to become a student facilitator please complete the application form and return to email@example.com by February 15th 2017
Student Facilitators will be our Dare2Care Youth Leaders/peer facilitators and staff from Compass Consulting
This 4-hour workshop is designed to help participants deconstruct some of the myths, misconceptions, and stereotypes associated with the terms gender, sex, sexual orientation and gender identity and how these issues are influenced by the intersections of race, culture, and class. This will be an opportunity to explore and challenge some of your own assumptions about identity and how it influences bullying in a creative, educational and supportive environment.
A simultaneous workshop will be conducted separately for faculty
The All You Need is Love movie screening was fabulous with over 140 people in attendance – almost 90% high school students. We will be posting photos on our FB page and website shortly
Leadership and team building retreat with students and D2C Board members Saturday November 5th, 2016
Photo montage of Love is All You Need movie screening at Lakewood Civic Auditorium on October 27th, 2016
CEU CERTIFICATES ARE PROVIDED FOR TEACHERS FOR THEIR OWN SUBMISSION