BC Women’s Health Foundation has created face masks to raise funds and awareness for gender-based violence. 100% of the net proceeds from their Ending Violence Together Mask will be donated to EVA BC to support community-based anti-violence services and cross-sector initiatives that support victims and survivors of gender-based violence.
Huge gratitude to BC Women’s Health Foundation (BCWHF) and their dedicated team for all the hard work they do to advance the full spectrum of women’s health, and many thanks for their support of EVA BC and the anti-violence services in BC.
Please find a round up of relevant links:
BC Women’s Health Foundation Face Masks – BCWHF webpage
We Need More Men to Step Up – Interview with four former BC Lions and current EVA BC ambassadors by the BC Women’s Health Foundation
In Conversation with Men: JR LaRose on why prevention of gender-based violence is important to him – BCWHF YouTube channel; Christie Buono, Senior Manager of Community Partnerships at BCWHF connects with former BC Lions player JR LaRose to talk about he’s supporting EVA BC + BCWHF through the promotion of the limited-edition Ending Violence Together face masks.
In Conversation with Tracy Porteous – BCWHF Instagram Live on the shadow pandemic of gender-based violence and the partnership between EVA BC and BCWHF.
Interview with Wally Buono about the partnership between EVA BC and BCWHF – Rod Pedersen Show