#SurvivorsVote On the Blog: Hold On to Hope

Dear friends, Many of us have stark memories of the 2016 election.  I have been recalling these days as we march toward the 2020 election.  And then I was walking down my road and found these sweet reminders perched on the neighbor’s mail box. Love, Be Happy, Smile.  Reminders that this election is but a moment in our history, important … Read More

#SurvivorsVote On the Blog: Power

Dear friends, It is so easy in these times to feel like we don’t have much power. COVID-19, and the realization that foundations which we have relied upon for generations seem now to be merely a house of cards which can be easily dismantled by a few.  It can seem overwhelming and disheartening as well as frightening. Despite all of … Read More

#SurvivorsVote On the Blog: We Are The Ones

Dear friends, There can be no doubt that our world is transforming.  Evidence of transformation is all around us in forms which are exhilarating as well as in forms which are terrifying and frankly, overwhelming.  And we are the people who are needed in this moment. Thanks to the 24-hour news cycle, I think we can sometimes forget that transformation … Read More

#SurvivorsVote On the Blog: Get Ready

Dear friends, Over the past several weeks, I have heard people remark “time has no meaning” and “that meeting we had yesterday that feels like it was three weeks ago”. These sentiments are evidence that our world is experiencing a monumental shift, and we can feel it.  Time seems to be simultaneously compressing and accelerating during this global pandemic. We … Read More

Hope

Photo: Kelli Risitano These times require us to dig deeper into the well of hope. The Vermont Network wants to send you a little message of hope to your mailbox. If you are interested, please fill out the form below and send us your best address!    

Anti-Racism Resources

The Vermont Network This is a moment of reckoning. The murder of George Floyd broke the collective heart of this country, and now, finally, millions of people are saying their names: George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Ahmaud Arbery – an endless list of Black Lives stolen at the hands and knees of police. The legacies of slavery and unfulfilled … Read More

On the Blog: Advocacy Week- Community

The Network’s membership community invests every day in the future we are building together, for all of us.  This happens through the work they do and the way they do it.  By investing in Voice, Repair, Freedom, Justice and Community, Vermont’s local sexual and domestic violence advocacy organizations are living into a world where all people can thrive.   Advocacy Organization … Read More

On the Blog: Advocacy Week- Freedom

The Network’s membership community invests every day in the future we are building together, for all of us.  This happens through the work they do and the way they do it.  By investing in Voice, Repair, Freedom, Justice and Community, Vermont’s local sexual and domestic violence advocacy organizations are living into a world where all people can thrive.   Advocacy Organization … Read More

On the Blog: Advocacy Week- Justice

The Network’s membership community invests every day in the future we are building together, for all of us.  This happens through the work they do and the way they do it.  By investing in Voice, Repair, Freedom, Justice and Community, Vermont’s local sexual and domestic violence advocacy organizations are living into a world where all people can thrive.   Advocacy Organization … Read More

On the Blog: Advocacy Week- Repair

The Network’s membership community invests every day in the future we are building together, for all of us.  This happens through the work they do and the way they do it.  By investing in Voice, Repair, Freedom, Justice and Community, Vermont’s local sexual and domestic violence advocacy organizations are living into a world where all people can thrive.   Advocacy Organization … Read More