Jane Doe Inc A Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assualt

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Jane Doe Inc. (JDI) is the one and only statewide membership coalition in Massachusetts devoted to working on issues of sexual and domestic violence through a gender equity and racial justice lens.

Boston, MA
EIN 04-2676138
youth
at risk youth
domestic violence
children
violence prevention
shelter
homelessness
family homelessness
homeless youth
violence
human services
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"Until we can look at the news and not see any example of someone dying or being badly injured at the hands of a loved one – until that time comes there will always be a reason for Jane Doe to exist." Peter Roby, former Director of Athletics and Recreation, Northeastern University

Everyone
JDI's work impacts survivors and their families in every community in Massachusetts.
$50
Two resource packets to local businesses
$250
Five students can attend our #ReimagineManhood Symposium
$650
One training for 50 advocates

Financials

$1.4M
2018 Budget
90%Program Spend
4%Management Spend
6%Fundraising Spend
90%
4%
6%

Programs

Prevention in Possible

At JDI we believe that we can prevent and end gender-based violence by going to the root causes of injustice and inequity. With your help, we will promote gender equity, racial justice and safety for all.

Advocacy in Action

One of JDI's pillars is impacting public policy and funding to meet the needs of those impacted by abuse. We work with our members and partners to influence state and federal legislation and funding priorities

Volunteering + Events

Volunteers and Interns

Interns commit to 10 hours a week and get real hands on experience working at a non-profit. Volunteers make our board and development committees work!

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JDI Spring into Action

Mark your calendars now for our 2020 event on May 19, 2019. Join hundreds of business and civic leaders committed to gender equity, racial justice and safety for all.

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Learn more at
www.janedoe.org