JDI's advocacy agenda on the state and national level seeks to secure funding for sexual and domestic violence services, limit access to firearms, and remove barriers to services and supports for unserved, underserved and inadequately served communities including immigrants, LGBQ/T identified people, Native Americans and others. Stay up to date and receive action alerts, by subscribing here or going to our Policy Action page.
Join JDI in voting Yes on 3 this November to protect the rights of transgender individuals. What's at stake are the hard-won public accommodations protections for trans folks. It's up to all of us to ensure that transgender people are protected from discrimination, so we are sharing some resources to help you learn more about the issue, how to discuss within your networks, and how to get involved with the Freedom For All Massachusetts' campaign to protect transgender rights! Don't forget to Vote Yes on 3 on November 6th.
JDI recognized both LGBQT Pride Month and Immigrant Heritage Month by honoring the contributions of these communities to our society, celebrating their unique histories and traditions, and promoting deeper understanding of cultural differences. Read more about how these communities are impacted by sexual and domestic violence and what we can do to help support people impacted by abuse.
Our 2nd Annual Spring Into Action Breakfast was sold out! Watch the inspiring presentations of the Justice In Action Awardees Boston City At-Large-Councilor Ayanna Pressley and the Domestic & Sexual Violence Council. And hear the motivational speeches by Diane Patrick, former First Lady of the Commonwealth, Bank of America executive Jill Calabrese-Bain and JDI Executive Director Debra Robbin.
Your generosity ensures JDI can continue building upon our strength in numbers and unity - paved with commitment and compassion - in our work to end sexual and domestic violence and all gender-based violence. Be part of the solution and contribute today!
JDI is so excited by the energy and commitment of the the activist philanthropists who created the Young Philanthropist Giving ImPACT for Jane Doe Inc. This new initiative has been designed by and for people under 40 years old who want to financially contribute, educate, and cultivate awareness around domestic and sexual violence throughout the Commonwealth.
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