Shovel-Ready Projects

Created by the Charlottesville Institute, this database provides “shovel-ready” innovative or needed projects, research, or programs that nonprofit organizations in Charlottesville would like to undertake. It is meant to link University of Virginia students and faculty to community members in order that the needs of the Charlottesville community can be directly addressed by UVA’s intellectual resources. For submitting ideas, please fill out this form.

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Piedmont House

Mission: Piedmont House is a Department of Corrections Re-entry House for non-violent, male felons providing shelter, haven, food, other support services and commonsense counseling in a ninety-day program with an emphasis on finding and maintaining employment. Piedmont House is a private, nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization operating under contract with the Virginia Department of Corrections Community Residential Program.

Contact: Sheila Burton (434) 971-3835

Mentor Assistance

The Piedmont House works with non-violent, non-sex offenders in conjunction with the Department of Corrections.  Many of our residents don’t have high school diplomas or a GED, cannot understand the full scope of illnesses such as diabetes, or high blood pressure, and don’t, or can’t read. Some of our residents have not had the opportunity for someone just to take an interest in their well being and success. We would appreciate volunteers to come in to the Piedmont House and help our residents with preparing resumes, basic computer skills, to mentor and reinforce positive and healthy life choices. Help residents with transportation back and forth to interviews and work.Observe and suggest solutions to help residents move forward. Assist Residents with GED preparation. Assist Residents with reading and writing skills. Interact with residents in social settings.

Expertise level: Undergraduate- level students, Graduate- level students

The project will be on going as long as the student/mentor can be available. The project depending on whom the mentor would be working with would be at least 90 days.

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Virginia Supportive Housing

The mission of Virginia Supportive Housing is to end homelessness by providing permanent housing and supportive services. The Crossings at 4th and Preston is an eco-friendly, 60-unit apartment building that houses 30 Charlottesville individuals that were previously homeless, and 30 in need of affordable housing. We provide individualized support services to promote stability and address the many issues that contributed to their homelessness.

Contact: Anne Deery, 434-465-6580

Visual Arts for a November Reception 

The Crossings is hosting a 1st Anniversary and 1st Annual Service Award Reception on November 19th. We expect the event to be held at The Omni. We’d love creative assistance developing ways to bring the story of our building and our residents to this event. Some ideas are a short video of the “real” people we help….a story board introducing real residents and their unique stories…photographs of the resident’s rooms and the common areas they now call home.

The event is November 19th but a relationship would need to be established asap.

Level of Expertise: Any

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Big C New Me

Big C New Me is a national network serving cancer survivors and caregivers that strives to obliterate self-imposed illusions of imperfection, fear and guilt through mobile–and easily-accessible– confidence building programs, educational and coping resources.

Big C New Me was founded by Amy Hart in April 2013. As a cancer survivor, Amy struggled with self-image and confidence challenges that affected her personally and professionally. After six years of good health and having recovered her confidence, she came to the realization that many others were experiencing similar problems. Closing the gap from guilt- and fear-based living to a life of acceptance became a personal mission for Amy. After the first makeover event, it was evident that this mission was shared by others. She was overwhelmed with volunteers wanting to make a difference, and with cancer survivors desperately needing the service.

We are a registered Virginia non-profit located in Charlottesville, VA. Learn more at www.bigcnewme.org or our facebook page at www.facebook.com/bigcnewme. Don’t just survive. Thrive!

Contact: Amy Hart (434) 989-2638

Custom T-Shirt Design

Big C New Me is seeking a designer or design student to design a custom t-shirt for an event on September 21. Some tees will be given away as prizes to cancer survivors and caregivers, and some will be sold at upcoming events and on our website.

We have set a theme and other parameters. We are looking for creative ideas to go along with that theme. We want everyone to want this t-shirt!

This could be a great thing for a resume and portfolio.

Project Duration: We have an ongoing need for t-shirt design and other graphic design, but each project is finite and can be completed on the volunteer’s time according to the project timeline.

Level of Expertise: Any

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Big C New Me

Big C New Me is a national network serving cancer survivors and caregivers that strives to obliterate self-imposed illusions of imperfection, fear and guilt through mobile–and easily-accessible– confidence building programs, educational and coping resources.

Big C New Me was founded by Amy Hart in April 2013. As a cancer survivor, Amy struggled with self-image and confidence challenges that affected her personally and professionally. After six years of good health and having recovered her confidence, she came to the realization that many others were experiencing similar problems. Closing the gap from guilt- and fear-based living to a life of acceptance became a personal mission for Amy. After the first makeover event, it was evident that this mission was shared by others. She was overwhelmed with volunteers wanting to make a difference, and with cancer survivors desperately needing the service.

We are a registered Virginia non-profit located in Charlottesville, VA. Learn more at www.bigcnewme.org or our facebook page at www.facebook.com/bigcnewme. Don’t just survive. Thrive!

Contact: Amy Hart (434) 989-2638

Flyer and Brochure Template Design

Big C New Me is seeking a graphic designer or design student to design our first programs and services brochure and help us with a layout for other publications (preferably using MS Publisher). This brochure will serve as a template for future publications so that others can edit while retaining the original design theme, thus protecting our growing brand.

There are professional photos and logos to work with, as well as a PC with MS Publisher. We have an office in Charlottesville if desired, but designer may work in their own space on their own time.

Help us to grow and reach more people in more places!

Project Duration: We are targeting the end of October to have our first brochure complete.

We have an ongoing need for brochure, flyer and other marketing collateral design due to ongoing national events and partnerships, though each project is finite.

Level of Expertise: Any

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Charlottesville Area Better Business Challenge

The Charlottesville Better Business Challenge is an initiative which provides businesses the tools they need to implement efficiency and sustainability reforms. It is a friendly competition designed to spread awareness and spur action in five key areas of daily operations: energy, water, waste, transportation, and purchasing using scorecards to track progress in each area. Promoting these environmental efforts among businesses also helps to preserve our community’s quality of life.

Last year 106 businesses across the Charlottesville area enrolled in the Challenge. Over 400 people attended our networking events and six Lunch & Learn workshops. In June 2012, the “green carpet” was rolled out for the announcement of the winners in an Oscars-stye event at the Paramount Theater in downtown Charlottesville.

Contact: Teri Kent, 434-466-5157

Concierge

Time and staffing constraints are a major factor in why businesses bypass simple sustainability strategies. To resolve this, a student Concierge will be assigned to interested local businesses participating in the Better Business Challenge. The student Concierge will provide resources and tools (price lists, research answers to sustainability questions, etc) to the business for the duration of the Challenge.

We plan to run the Better Business Challenge every other year.

Level of Expertise: Undergraduate- level students, Graduate- level students

Dates: September 2013 – June 2014

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Charlottesville Police Foundation

The Charlottesville Police Foundation is an independent nonprofit organization of local citizens who help our police get the tools and training they need to do their best work.

Contact: Mindy Goodall, 434-409-9165

Marketing of the Charlottesville Police Department and Foundation

Part of the mission of the Charlottesville Police Foundation is to promote positive and productive community engagement with the Charlottesville Police Department. The Foundation sponsors several events throughout the year to promote positive community/police interaction, such as a “Cops 4 Kids Day” and “Friday Nights” program with the Boys & Girls Club, and the annual Citizens Police Academy. We also produced a public awareness campaign called “Did You Know?” which highlighted facts about the Department to the general public. We are asking for assistance in this continued work to increase public/police awareness and relations.

Project Duration: Estimating 1-3 months

Level of Expertise: Graduate- level students, Faculty

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Charlottesville Police Foundation

The Charlottesville Police Foundation is an independent nonprofit organization of local citizens who help our police get the tools and training they need to do their best work.

Contact: Mindy Goodall, 434-409-9165

Research of Grant funds for Crime Victim & Suspect Analysis

The Charlottesville Police Department is seeking assistance to find Grant resources for a research project to look at the backgrounds of violent crime victims and suspects in an effort to determine whether there are similarities that may have warranted intervention that if successful may have diminished the likelihood of exposure to the criminal justice system.

Project Duration: 6-9 months

Level of Expertise: Graduate- level students, Faculty

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Charlottesville Pride Community Network

To create a vibrant, visible, and unified LGBTQ community presence in Charlottesville and its surrounding region that promotes equality and integrates groups and individuals through events, outreach, resource-sharing, networking, and communications initiatives.

Contact: Amy Marshall, 434.882.1588

Documentary Video

We would love to have some video to use to display places around town as well as at the Pride Festival AND for marketing purposes – so maybe a longer piece with smaller chunks? We’d love to have some documentation of the Cville lgbtq community, the festival, our efforts at starting a nonprofit organization. Thinking along the lines of personal stories of people – what pride means to them, here in this area, etc.

This is a pretty open-ended project idea. Ideas welcome!

Level of Expertise: Any

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Charlottesville Pride Community Network

To create a vibrant, visible, and unified LGBTQ community presence in Charlottesville and its surrounding region that promotes equality and integrates groups and individuals through events, outreach, resource-sharing, networking, and communications initiatives.

Contact: Amy Marshall, 434.882.1588

Fundraising

Our organization is barely a year old. We need development help – everything from grant research, finding funding opportunities to actually meeting with potential sponsors and donors to helping develop a fundraising strategy and plan. We could use any and all of the above from motivated folks looking to help jumpstart our organization and get us set up for future success. Could include fundraising event planning, too.

We’re open to all sorts of ideas.

Level of Expertise: Some Fundraising Experience required

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Charlottesville Pride Community Network

To create a vibrant, visible, and unified LGBTQ community presence in Charlottesville and its surrounding region that promotes equality and integrates groups and individuals through events, outreach, resource-sharing, networking, and communications initiatives.

Contact: Amy Marshall, 434.882.1588

Event-Planning

We’re looking for someone to help us bridge the gap between the communities within UVA and in the City and in the counties, too – looking for event ideas, event planning, someone to make the contacts necessary to help us get gay people in all these areas in communication and community.

Level of Expertise: Any

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Community Investment Collaborative

The Community Investment Collaborative (CIC) provides an opportunity to entrepreneurs who may lack the social, economic, or educational wherewithal to establish a new business, but who have the motivation and creative drive to pursue success.

Contact: (434) 218 – 3481

Discussion Leader

Discussion leaders instruct the weekly lessons for the Entrepreneurial Workshop. A different discussion leader is asked to lead each class. The leader is given a certain topic to expand upon based upon their area of expertise. The curriculum is already established, but the Discussion Leader brings in their own business experience into the presentation.

Discussion leading is a one-time commitment. Class is typically held on Tuesday nights. A different discussion leader is asked to lead each class.

Level of Experience: Faculty

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Community Investment Collaborative

The Community Investment Collaborative (CIC) provides an opportunity to entrepreneurs who may lack the social, economic, or educational wherewithal to establish a new business, but who have the motivation and creative drive to pursue success.

Contact: (434) 218 – 3481

Homework Night Volunteer

Every Wednesday night is “Homework Night” during the Entrepreneurial Workshop. It is a chance for entrepreneurs to meet and get extra help from the staff and volunteers on their weekly homework. The event is not mandatory for students (although usually heavily attended by the students) and is usually held in a community coffee shop.

A one-time commitment. On a Wednesday night from 6 to 8 pm.

Level of Expertise: Graduate- level students, Faculty

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Community Investment Collaborative

The Community Investment Collaborative (CIC) provides an opportunity to entrepreneurs who may lack the social, economic, or educational wherewithal to establish a new business, but who have the motivation and creative drive to pursue success.

Contact: (434) 218 – 3481

Mentoring

A key component of business success is access to a support network of experienced business owners who can walk newcomers along the entrepreneurial path. Each entrepreneur is given the opportunity to be paired with a mentor, after outlining specific milestones s/he wishes to achieve. Mentors are drawn from the local communities and meet regularly with CIC entrepreneurs to provide ongoing guidance and advisory support.

Project Duration:

For the first 3 months mentors and mentees are required to meet twice a month. The next 3 months, mentors and mentees are required to meet once a month. After these 6 months, mentors and mentees may decide themselves how often to meet. As long as both the mentor and mentee are satisfied with the relationship, the project commitment is ongoing.

Level of Expertise: Faculty

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Community Investment Collaborative

The Community Investment Collaborative (CIC) provides an opportunity to entrepreneurs who may lack the social, economic, or educational wherewithal to establish a new business, but who have the motivation and creative drive to pursue success.

Contact: (434) 218 – 3481

Workgroup Leader

The strongest relationship formed is between the workgroup leaders and the students in the Entrepreneurial Workshop. Workgroup leaders facilitate deeper discussions with entrepreneurs as they are working through their business plans. The Workgroup Leaders meet each Tuesday night for 17 with 6 to 8 entrepreneurs (their workgroup) to discuss the lesson they were just taught that class and to review the WIBO educational book.

Project Duration: Workgroup leaders must attend every Entrepreneurial Workshop class; which is a 17 week commitment and opportunity.

Level of Expertise: Faculty

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Jefferson Area CHiP

We partner with families to create a nurturing home environment and promote the health and well-being of children in our community.

Contact: Sarah Cooper, (434) 964-4700 Extension: 101

Interpreter Services and Cross Cultural Training

CHiP works with families from a wide variety of cultures, including refugees that have been relocated to the Charlottesville area. We are often in need of interpreters, making use of telephone interpreter services which is quite costly. We would be interested in having volunteer interpreters as well as international students and faculty that would be interested in helping us better understand (and thereby better serve) local expat families in need of services.

Level of Expertise: Any

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Jefferson Area CHiP

We partner with families to create a nurturing home environment and promote the health and well-being of children in our community.

Contact: Sarah Cooper, (434) 964-4700 Extension 101

Community Assessment Survey

We’d like to conduct a survey of community agencies and resources to better understand the community perception of CHiP and CHiP services. We could use help with survey design, conducting interviews.

Project Duration: 2-3 months

Level of Expertise: Any

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Jefferson Area CHiP

We partner with families to create a nurturing home environment and promote the health and well-being of children in our community.

Contact: Molly Fulton, 964-4708

PSA Campaign

We’d be interested in marketing/communications students helping to create multi-media public service announcements to help increase community awareness of CHiP’s mission and services, including radio spots, video, and coordinated social media outreach.

Level of Expertise: Any

Project Duration: 3-6 months

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Jefferson Area CHiP

We partner with families to create a nurturing home environment and promote the health and well-being of children in our community.

Contact: Molly Fulton, 964-4708

Donor Database Project

CHiP uses fundraising software to manage a database of donors and prospective donors. We have a good deal of data, but it is incomplete. We’re looking for help researching prospective donors, organizing data, filling in details, and designing reports that would help us segment and customize our communications, improve our outreach and generally make better use of our data assets.

Level of Expertise: Any

Engaging the community in a world-class public botanical garden at McIntire Park East. To accomplish this, we’ll need assistance with marketing and public relations. This could include designing a brochure or newsletter and/or other graphic materials to highlight the benefits to the community that a botanical garden would achieve.

We would love to collaborate with everyone who has a sincere interest in working with MBG to fulfill the mission and create a botanical garden in McIntire Park. We’ll be happy to give a presentation to any interested group.

Project Duration:

Late fall 2013 through spring 2014.

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Music Resource Center

The mission of the Music Resource Center is to educate and inspire young people, and through music, teach them important life skills. We accomplish this mission by using a state-of-the-art series of studios where middle and high school students can learn all phases of music production. Students must work diligently to gain privileges such as longer times in the recording studio. Students earn rewards for pro-social behavior and music accomplishments.

Contact: Sibley Johns 434.979.5478

You Can’t Stop the Music-Part II

During the 2012-2013 academic year, the Music Resource Center had a team of UVA undergraduate, graduate and faculty members who helped implement a research project to study outcomes of the program. The project was a result of a Jefferson Public Citizens grant and involved the creation of a member survey, and data collection and analysis. Results were of the study were public in the JPC Journal in the Spring of 2013. The Music Resource Center would like to continue the research. Specifically, we could benefit from gathering interview data from alumni of our program (the program opened in 1995), and evaluating other aspects of the program that could generate outcomes-based data. Our post-doctoral researcher continues to study at the Curry School of Education. Our research leader for the project was Professor Nancy Deutsch. Our model has also been replicated in Cincinnati, Ohio and Duluth, Minnesota. Research that might demonstrate uniformity of outcomes could be very helpful in moving toward becoming a “best-practice” model. The Music Resource Center seeks resources to move this project forward: Grants or other sources of funding and assistance with research and data analysis.

Duration of Project: This is a long-term project, likely requiring one full year.

Level of Expertise: Any

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On Our Own, Charlottesville

To provide mutual support, self-help, advocacy, education, information and referral services for individuals who acknowledge having significant problems in their lives due to mental illness and who are seeking to take responsibility for their own growth and recovery while supporting each other. We actively advocate for positive change within the traditional mental health system.

Contact: Erin Tucker, 434-960-3409

Group Facilitation

We are interested in having qualified facilitators to run groups/workshops focusing on emotional wellbeing, physical wellbeing and/or spiritual wellbeing. Topic possibilities could be Reflective listening, positive self-talk, body image/esteem, health topics, emotion management, depression/bipolar/mood disorder, mindfulness etc.

We are open to short term groups, long term groups, and one time workshops. We can schedule groups in a flexible style however most group slots are 1 hour long in duration and typically fall between the hours of 9am and 5pm, 7 days a week.

When we say qualified, we just need someone who is educated in the subject and feels comfortable leading a group. We would ask that the facilitator provide an outline of what they intend to present. Group numbers tend to be at around 10 persons but could be more or less depending on the day. Thanks!

Level of Expertise: Any

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On Our Own, Charlottesville

To provide mutual support, self-help, advocacy, education, information and referral services for individuals who acknowledge having significant problems in their lives due to mental illness and who are seeking to take responsibility for their own growth and recovery while supporting each other. We actively advocate for positive change within the traditional mental health system.

Contact: Erin Tucker, 434-960-3409

Grant-Writing

We have a very tight budget and would like to raise money to provide better services to our members and to ensure that our staff is paid a fair wage. We also have building maintenance issues that we need to address. It would be wonderful if we had someone who is familiar with grant writing to help us obtain grants to fund some of these issues.

Level of Expertise: Any

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On Our Own, Charlottesville

To provide mutual support, self-help, advocacy, education, information and referral services for individuals who acknowledge having significant problems in their lives due to mental illness and who are seeking to take responsibility for their own growth and recovery while supporting each other. We actively advocate for positive change within the traditional mental health system.

Contact: Erin Tucker, 434-960-3409

Fundraising

We are run by a very tight budget. We would be grateful if someone was interested in spearheading some fundraising projects. We would like to raise funds to better serve our members, raise our staff wages, and tend to building maintenance.

Level of Expertise: Any

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The Women’s Initiative

The Mission of The Women’s Initiative is to provide effective counseling services, social support and education to empower women to transform challenging life situations into opportunities for renewed well-being and personal growth.

Contact: Elizabeth Irvin, 434-872-0047, ext. 102

Pro Bono Mental Health Therapists

As few as one hour per week of counseling for our clients in a brief therapy model, but can also be an internship, rotation or other type of placement. Also interested in facilitators for group and workshops.

Level of Expertise: Graduate-Level Students, Faculty

Can be as brief as a semester, prefer a one year commitment

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The Women’s Initiative

The Mission of The Women’s Initiative is to provide effective counseling services, social support and education to empower women to transform challenging life situations into opportunities for renewed well-being and personal growth.

Contact: Elizabeth Irvin, 434-872-0047, ext. 102

Marketing Support

Support this non-profit’s nascent marketing efforts. This project could include everything from website support to creating a marketing plan to facebook updates and flyering around town.

Level of Expertise: any

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The Women’s Initiative

The Mission of The Women’s Initiative is to provide effective counseling services, social support and education to empower women to transform challenging life situations into opportunities for renewed well-being and personal growth.

Contact: Elizabeth Irvin, 434-872-0047, ext. 102

Childcare Volunteer

Volunteer to provide childcare during our groups and/or individual counseling sessions. Especially during the Spanish-speaking support group Wednesdays 9:45am-11:45am.

Project Duration: Can be a one-time volunteer for a few hours, monthly, or ongoing

Level of expertise: Any

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The Women’s Initiative

The Mission of The Women’s Initiative is to provide effective counseling services, social support and education to empower women to transform challenging life situations into opportunities for renewed well-being and personal growth.

Contact: Elizabeth Irvin, 434-872-0047, ext. 102

Access Database Support

Provide support in the maintenance and further development of our access database, including data entry.

Level of Expertise: Any

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The Women’s Initiative

The Mission of The Women’s Initiative is to provide effective counseling services, social support and education to empower women to transform challenging life situations into opportunities for renewed well-being and personal growth.

Contact: Elizabeth Irvin, 434-872-0047, ext. 102

Research Assistant

Support our agency in staying on top of emerging best practices in the fields of: mental health, non-profit management, integrated care, hipaa compliance and other issues.

Could be tied to a course or internship/externship experience in everything from public policy, law, medicine, psychology, mba, etc.

One Semester or Year Long

Level of Expertise: Any

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Service Dogs of Virginia

Service Dogs of Virginia’s mission is to raise and train dogs in order to create greater independence for people with disabilities.

Contact: Peggy Law, Executive Director peggylaw@servicedogsva.org

Ruff Cuts- A Canine Film Festival

We are launching a film festival that has 2 parts and would love some help with 2 areas-

First, to help source original films of high quality. This would involve helping create press releases and researching where to target them. It would involve helping to create a plan.

Second, once the festival is put together, we would like to lease it as a “fund raiser in a box” for other service dog programs and shelters through out the US. We need help putting this package together and finding all the organizations we can lease the festival to. There is both infrastructure to establish and outreach to do.

We are trying to create a sustainable event for our organization that can also be used to help others throughout the US. This project would have lasting impact on lots of organizations in need of revenue to keep their doors open. We do not charge our clients for a service dog and want to keep that a reality.

Level of Expertise Needed : Undergraduate- level students, Graduate- level students, Faculty

One Year project duration

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Sexual Assault Resource Agency (SARA)

The mission of the Sexual Assault Resource Agency (SARA) is to eliminate sexual violence and its impact by providing education, advocacy and support to men, women and children. Our vision is a community free from sexual violence.

Contact: Becky Weybright, 434-295-7273

Prevention Education Evaluation

SARA provides primary prevention education to area school children in grades K-12. For older children (middle school and beyond), we conduct pre- and post-tests to assess knowledge gained and attitudes changed. While we see significant changes after we have spent 5 days in the classroom, we have not been in the position to measure whether that change lasts longer. We would like to have the opportunity to participate in a study where the children would receive post tests 1 or 2 years later. While we would not be able to control for other factors that might influence their knowledge or attitudes, it would be useful to assess a longer term impact of our curriculum.

Level of Expertise Needed: Graduate- level students, Faculty

2 – 3 Year Project Duration

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Sexual Assault Resource Agency (SARA)

The mission of the Sexual Assault Resource Agency (SARA) is to eliminate sexual violence and its impact by providing education, advocacy and support to men, women and children. Our vision is a community free from sexual violence.

Contact: Becky Weybright, 434-295-7273

Strategic Planning

SARA has been incorporated as a nonprofit organization since 1979 and offering services since 1975. SARA faces several ongoing challenges. There is often confusion about what SARA does and how it is different from SHE (the Shelter for Help in Emergency). SARA is heavily dependent upon grant funding, which means that there are many requirements for this funding and the funding is restricted, typically for specific salaries and activities. People also do not realize that SARA serves male survivors as well as women and that we also serve children.

SARA could benefit from a strategic assessment of where it is, where it needs to go (or not go), and how it can best get there.

Level of Expertise: Graduate- level students, Faculty

Project Duration: 6 months – 1 year

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Sexual Assault Resource Agency (SARA)

The mission of the Sexual Assault Resource Agency (SARA) is to eliminate sexual violence and its impact by providing education, advocacy and support to men, women and children. Our vision is a community free from sexual violence.

Contact: Becky Weybright, 434-295-7273

Identifying Outreach Gaps

We know that there are many survivors who don’t access our services. Are there ways that we should change our outreach message so that we could reach more survivors who are in need of services? Should we be doing specific outreach to populations that may not normally come to a rape crisis center? Should we be doing specific outreach to resources that may be responding to other needs of survivors (for example, substance abuse treatment programs)? What research is there that might guide us and help us to be more proactive in our outreach?

Level of Expertise: Any

Project Duration: 3-6 months

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