Partnering Universities with A Breeze of Hope

 

Hope Ambassadors exists to develop a team of advocates who can use their pre-existing platforms to promote equality, raise awareness for the global epidemic of sexual violence, and encourage survivors to break the silence. 

 

A Breeze of Hope supports Hope Ambassadors to use their perspective platforms to encourage volunteerism and social engagement. 

 

 

 

 

Ambassador Focuses

 

 

Raise awareness about the magnitude and severity of the issue of sexual violence against children (nationally and internationally)


Discuss approaches and solutions to the problem, introducing the work that A Breeze of Hope does as a potential solution


Develop partnerships with campus clubs, organizations, academic departments, abroad programs, and other social circles who are interested in connecting with A Breeze of Hope


Encourage students to apply for the annual International Service Learning Experience trips to Bolivia to physically engage in what they have supported throughout the academic year. Hope Ambassadors get to travel to Bolivia for a significant discount*

A Breeze of Hope Club

 

As a Hope Ambassador, consider opening a chapter of A Breeze of Hope at your University as a safe place for advocates and survivors to raise awareness, participate in a solution to sexual violence, and actively engage in the work that A Breeze of Hope does.


University chapters a run, designed, and managed entirely by the student leadership at the school to develop leadership skills and self-agency. A Breeze of Hope will support Hope Ambassadors and A Breeze of Hope club members, providing them with information, ideas, and opportunities available to them.

 

 

Trip to Bolivia with the club

 

Hold campaigns on campus that educate people about sexual abuse domestically and globally

 

Design fundraising events that support children survivors of sexual violence

Potential Partnerships through Hope Ambassadors​

 

 

LGBTQS alliance groups

 

Equality groups

 

Support groups for survivors, etc

 

Minority groups (because when victims have no voice, they become minorities)

Hope Ambassadors may apply on their own, or be personally nominated by our CEO and Founder Brisa De Angulo. 

 

*Hope Ambassadors travel to Bolivia for a $500 discount if they bring five people on the trip.

 

 

Latinos Community

 

Student Government Association

 

Business connections within community

 

Individual departments (with possibility of ISLE trip sponsored by department)

  • Nursing
  • Psychology
  • Political Science
  • Criminology
  • Law/prelaw
  • Medicine/Dentistry
  • Business/Economic Development (for business expansions that we’re going to establish through CUBE that starts small businesses with the girls and promotes community)
  • Education
  • Music
  • Dance
  • Exercise Science (PE programs running at CUBE)
  • Social Work

A Breeze of Hope

Foundation

If you or someone you know needs help, please call the Rape Abuse and Incest Network at                                   . You are not alone.​

If you or someone you know needs help, please call the Rape Abuse and Incest Network at                                     . You are not alone.​