YWCA Northeast Indiana's "120 Good Men Celebration"

Event Details

Date(s) & Time(s)::

July 23, 2014 at 7:00 PM until 9:00 PM

Location: Parkview Field

Phone: 260-424-4908

Email: ywca@ywcaerew.org

Link: http://www.ywca.org/nein

Event Description

July 1, 2014 Updated Jul 1, 2014 at 10:37 AM EDT

Do you know a man that exemplifies this pledge?

The 120 Good Men Pledge:
To celebrate the diversity in the world around me
To treat all people with dignity and respect, and to discourage others’
prejudice and discrimination in all its forms
To respect, listen to, and seek equality with those in my life
To use my talents and resources to empower others to reach their fullest potential
To never commit, condone, or remain silent about violence against others
To reject violence in all its forms: physical, psychological, economical,
and social
To consciously practice peace on a daily basis
To oppose injustice, not people

If so, join YWCA Northeast Indiana and the Fort Wayne TinCaps as we honor 120 Good Men in our community that are role models for healthy, positive, and empowering relationships. On July 23rd, you can publicly recognize the man that empowered you to reach your full potential while encouraging you to celebrate the diversity in the world around you.

Your nominee will receive a letter notifying them that they have been recognized as one of the 2014 YWCA’s 120 Good Men and they will also be invited to attend the TinCaps game on July 23rd to participate in a pre-game ceremony to recognize all of the nominees. For more information, please contact Tracina Smith at 260.424.4908 x252 or tsmith@ywcaerew.org.

To nominate a special man, please complete the enclosed nomination form. All forms and a minimum donation of $25 for each nominee must be returned to the YWCA by July 14, 2014. The 120 Good Men Celebration is a fundraiser and your minimum donation of $25 for each nominee will help support the Domestic Violence programs and services provided by YWCA Northeast Indiana to women and children fleeing abuse. Since 1976, more than 30,000 women and children have been served throughout Northeast Indiana.

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