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Denim Day 2019

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Help raise awareness and show your support!



DENIM DAY! Wednesday, April 24, 2019

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Wear Jeans with a Purpose!

Wear jeans to show your support for victims and survivors of sexual assault. Join us by wearing denim and a Denim Day sticker ($5 suggested donation) on Wednesday, April 24th. If you can’t wear denim to work, you can still show your support by purchasing a denim ribbon pin ($5 each) to wear. All proceeds benefit WCYFS’ services for victims of sexual assault.

If you, your organization or business would like to participate, please fill out and return the Participation Form.

Why Denim?

Denim Day was established 20 years ago in 1999 after a controversial ruling by the Italian Supreme Court. An 18-year-old girl in Italy was raped by her driving instructor, but the Italian Supreme Court overturned the rape conviction on the basis of the victim’s clothing. They concluded that since the victim was wearing tight jeans she must have helped to remove them and, therefore, gave consent. Wearing jeans on Denim Day reminds us of the harmful attitudes and misconceptions surrounding sexual assault.

Snap a Picture!

Send us an individual or group photo of you wearing denim and the Denim Day sticker or denim ribbon pin to .

Snap. Tag. Hashtag.

Share your photos on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Tag us and use the hashtags #WCYFS #DenimDaySJC #SAAM2019



Download and share the Denim Day flyer with co-workers, friends, and family!


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Wear Teal Day!

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Wear teal, the color of sexual assault awareness and prevention, on Tuesday, April 2nd! Wearing teal—whether it’s a teal ribbon, shirt, or other accessory—will show your support for survivors and serve as a conversation-starter about Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Snap. Tag. Hashtag.

Share a selfie of your teal look on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Tag us and use the hashtags #WCYFS #WearTealDay #SAAM2019.


Other ways you can GET INVOLVED!


Support WCYFS’ services to keep sexual assault victims and survivors safe.



Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for daily news and resources. Share our posts to help raise awareness about sexual assault.



Invite us to speak at your business or organization and request awareness month materials. Contact us at (209) 941-2611.



Stay informed and get resources so you can help end sexual assault in our community.



Need Help?

Sexual Assault 24-Hour Helpline: (209) 465-4997

39th Annual Luncheon

Women's Center-Youth & Family Services

39th Annual Luncheon

For Survivors. For Families. For YOU.

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Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Stockton Civic Auditorium
11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Doors open at 11:00 am
Program starts at 11:30 am


The cycle of violence is prevalent throughout San Joaquin County, and together we can end the generational impact trauma has on our youth, families and communities.

As we are faced with a series of dynamic new community and societal challenges, join us to be inspired to utilize your values and passion to change lives through community engagement.


Welcome New CEO
Krista M. Fiser, MA
Women’s Center-Youth & Family Services


 Keynote Speaker

Wendy Wood, PhD
Author, Humanistic Social Scientist & Peace Builder


More Inspiration
Stories of Building Stronger Communities for greater impact


Join us! The time is now. It is the moment to act.


See 39th Annual Luncheon invitation for more information.


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See our Sponorship Opportunities!


If you have any questions please call us at (209) 941-2611.


Thank you to our generous sponsors whose support made this possible!



Restoring Hope |  $5,000

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Michael & Gia Duffy


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Empowering Victims |  $3,000

HPSJ Logo Full Color


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Duke was a Stockton policeman both before and after the formation of the Women’s Center.

“The support of the women of the victim advocate group was tremendous. Their ability to provide emotional support to these victims was amazing and very helpful to us in our efforts to successfully arrest the perpetrators. “

- E.R. “Duke” Williams



Building Futures | $1,500


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  Community Foundation Logo


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Jackie & Tom Sahargun

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Mary Bava



Protecting Families | $1,000

Anne Baird

BAC Community Bank

California Water Service

Chase Chevrolet

F&M Bank

San Joaquin County Commission on the Status of Women

San Joaquin County Office of Education

San Joaquin Delta College

Sutter Tracy Community Hospital

University Park/Phyllis and Fritz Grupe



Fostering Courage | $500

Bank of Stockton

Correctional Improvement & Sustainability Consultant LLC

David and Jean Sant

Delta Health Care

Dominican Sisters of San Rafael

Family Resource and Referral Center of San Joaquin

Florsheim Brothers Foundation

FSB Investments LLC

Greater Valley Conservation Corps - San Joaquin County Office of Education

Krista Fiser

La Tosha Walden, WCYFS Board Vice President

Lodi Center & Friends

Lodi Police Department

Oak Valley Community Bank

San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office

SEIU Local 1021

Stockton Police Department

Structure Financial Group, a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services Inc.

United Way of San Joaquin County

Wells Fargo Bank



Please Check Back! List will be updated as we get more Sponsorships.