Bring V-Day to Your College or Community!
Registration for the 14th Annual V-Day Season is now open.
For over 14 years, activists just like you have raised millions of dollars annually for over 13,000 groups working on the ground to end violence against women and girls.
Join V-Day and the thousands of activists at colleges and communities in over 140 countries who stage V-Day benefit productions of The Vagina Monologues -- and other artistic works licensed by V-Day -- to raise awareness and funds to end violence against women in their communities. Each year during V-Season, February - April, V-Day events take place on college campuses and in communities, theaters, churches, high schools and cafes worldwide educating millions about the issue and raising much needed funds for local anti-violence groups. This V-Season will be the build up to the Billion Women Rising campaign for our 2013 season which is our 15th Anniversary. Be a part of the momentum toward our 15 year Anniversary!
V-Day has a wide variety of events, from theatrical productions to film screenings and workshops. Organizers are not limited in how many events they can apply to organize, and can choose one, some or all of the following:
The Vagina Monologues
A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and A Prayer
Any One of Us: Words From Prison
Until The Violence Stops
What I Want My Words To Do To You
V-Girls Emotional Creature Club
JOIN US and experience the power of art and activism in action!
SPOTLIGHT on Women and Girls of Haiti Continues for Second Year
Each year V-Day increases awareness by focusing on a specific group of women in the world who are resisting violence with courage and vision. In 2012, V-Day's Spotlight Campaign will, once again, be on the Women and Girls of Haiti. The Spotlight will highlight the high levels of violence against women and girls in Haiti, and will focus on the increased rates of sexual violence since the devastating earthquake that took place in January 2010. All funds raised through the Spotlight Campaign will be used to support a revolutionary national campaign in Haiti lead by a coalition of women activists - including longtime V-Day activist Elvire Eugene - that will address sexual violence through art, advocacy, safe shelter and legal services.