You can help end violence against women and girls in your community. Simple concrete steps can change the world.
V-Day invites members of colleges, high schools, and communities around the world to present benefit productions of The Vagina Monologues and other select works on their campuses to raise money and awareness to stop violence against women and girls in their community and abroad. Learn more and sign up >
Many young students and youth groups have expressed a desire to be involved with V-Day. Learn more about how you can get involved in your school and community >
Developed by men, V-Men is a new program aimed at bringing the voices of men and boys into the worldwide movement. Lead by Creative Advisor Mark Matousek, Financial Advisor Michael Balaoing, and Outreach Advisor Jimmie Briggs, V-Men will work with men and boys in communities to address the issue of violence against women from a male perspective, addressing the root causes of the violence and the ways they can help end it. Over the next year V-Day organizers will hold V-Men workshops with men and boys throughout the world, as well as experts from a variety of fields. These workshops will lead to the development of a V-Men curriculum and theatrical piece, scheduled to debut in 2011. Sign up to host a V-Men Workshop in your College or Community >
Violence against women and girls is widespread; one woman in three will experience violence during her lifetime, most often at the hands of someone she knows. Learn more >
View resources for people experiencing violence in their lives, or know someone who is experiencing violence. Get Help >