What Is Wrapped In Courage
As a means to educate the community and elected officials about violence against women and the need for increased services, the Ontario Association of Interval & Transition Houses launched the Wrapped in Courage Campaign in 2013.
The campaign engages local communities throughout November with the support of gender-based violence services to build awareness, connect survivors to services and to call on decision makers about the social change that is needed.
Every year throughout the month of November we call on all Ontarians to take action to show their support for survivors of gender-based violence by wearing a purple scarf and attending a Wrapped in Courage flag raising and proclamation event in your community. Take action towards violence prevention today, because #purpleisforeveryone.
The Ontario Association Of Interval & Transition Houses
OAITH is a provincial association established in 1977 made of gender-based violence organizations including women shelters, transitional housing and community-based organizations. We aim to end all forms of violence and oppression through public awareness, advocacy, training, education, and research. You can learn more about OAITH here.
Find support services in your community by visiting www.mulberryfinder.ca
To see the full list of Wrapped in Courage participating agencies, visit the “Find a Scarf” page.