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February 21, 2017
5th Annual White Ribbon Breakfast
Please join us for the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center's 5th Annual White Ribbon Breakfast that raises funds for our Youth Empowerment Services (YES) and is part of an international campaign that engages men and boys to be part of the solution in ending violence against women and girls.

 "From this day forward, I promise to be part of the solution in ending violence against women" 
- Massachusetts White Ribbon Day Pledge
JDI White Ribbon

Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Registration 7:30 am, Program 8:00 - 9:15 am
The Ipswich Country Club
14 Country Club Way
Ipswich, MA 01938

** limited seating available, reservations must be purchased in advance**
Reservations are:
  • $35 an individual
  • $350 a table
To purchase reservation contact, Kelly Majewski at 978-465-0999 x14 or
Purchase online

We're all in this together and could not do this important work without your support.  Please consider sponsoring this event and our YES programs in local schools.
Purchase sponsorship online.
Download sponsorship forms

This year's program will feature a presentation from
Attorney General, Maura Healey and Jonathan  Kalin, Founder of Party with Consent.
Maura Healey was sworn in as Attorney General on January 21, 2015, pledging to lead the People's Law Firm.  Since taking office, Healey has tackled issues touching the lives of residents across Massachusetts. 
She has focused on strengthening consumer protections and improving our criminal justice system.  At the  breakfast, Healey will discuss Game Change: the New England Patriots Anti-Violence Partnership, an innovative approach to violence prevention education. 
In 2012, Jonathan Kalin founded Party With Consent (PWC) as a sophomore at Colby College in Waterville, Maine, to amplify the healthy voice of sexual violence prevention and promote healthy masculinity. Since then, Party With Consent has grown into a much greater movement. PWC has been covered by The Atlantic, The Guardian, The New York Times, and many other periodicals both domestically and abroad.