Welcome to the Rainbow Response Coalition!
Committed to educating communities and breaking the silence around LGBTQ intimate partner violence.
Run or Pride DC: 5k Fundraiser
Rainbow Response Coalition is pleased to announce our fundraising partnership with Run or Dye DC, “the world’s most colorful 5K”
Join us at RFK Stadium at 9am on June 8th—the same day as the 2013 Capital Pride Parade—and help raise money to support Rainbow Response!
For more information check out our Facebook event page: Run or Pride DC: 5k Fundraising Event!!
Some quick FAQ's about the event:
Why should I help raise money for Rainbow Response?
Rainbow Response Coalition (RRC) is an all-volunteer organization that promotes education around Intimate Partner Violence amid LGBTQ relationships and works to improve support services for survivors in Washington DC. If you can’t make it to the race, we will gladly accept donations on our website (look to your right!).
How Do I Register?
1. Visit http://www.runordye.com/locations/Washington-DC-2013
2. Click the “Sign-Up” link at the bottom right hand corner.
3. Register as an individual or sign-up as a team with your friends!
4. Enter the Promo Code: RODRAINBOWRC10
What does my registration fee include?
• $5 donation to Rainbow Response
• $10 discount on registration
• Run or Dye event shirt, Dye, event Race Number, Bracelet, Headband, Sponsor Goody bag (varies from race to race), and the most fun you can have covered in rainbows!!
Thanks for your continued support and we hope to see you there!
Call for Participation
Mapping the Rainbow: LGBTQ Resource Mapping
What is Mapping the Rainbow?
Mapping the Rainbow is a multi-agency project that’s goal is to give providers in the field of domestic violence, and providers whose clients may experience domestic violence, reliable and accurate information regarding resources available for survivors in the LGBTQ community.
Who can participate? Any service provider in Washington, DC that provides services to victims and survivors of domestic/intimate partner violence. Specifically, we are looking for agencies that offer services or resources capable of supporting the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and/or questioning victims and survivors.
What is the purpose? We are reaching out to DC area organizations and service providers in order to have a greater understanding of services available to LGBTQ survivors. Our ultimate goal is to create a centralized database of LGBTQ-friendly services to service as a resource for victims and survivors, as well as professionals and service providers
How can my agency participate? Please click the link below to participate
What does my agency need to do? Please take few minutes to look over the survey and answer the questions about your organization.
As soon as Mapping the Rainbow has its first edition released, it can be made available to your agency for free via an online document.
Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at MappingTheRainbow@gmail.com.
RRC News at a glance
Love is Patient, Love is Kind
In honor of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, Rainbow Response Board Member Paul Ashton took to his blog to stress the importance of learning about healthy relationships, partner violence and ...
Posted Feb 16, 2013, 7:04 AM by Rainbow Response Administrator
Rainbow Response in The New York Times
Check out RRC's New York Times debut in an article about DC's Gay and Lesbian Liaison Unit! Featuring words of support from Chairwoman extraordinaire June Crenshaw and a ...
Posted Jan 7, 2013, 5:43 PM by Rainbow Response Administrator
Rainbow Response in the classroom!
The Board of Directors is excited to announce that the Rainbow Response Coalition will be featured in the soon-to-be released textbook, The Social Dynamics of Family Violence by ...
Posted Feb 25, 2012, 3:45 PM by Rainbow Response Administrator
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