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Impact Report: 4,707 reached 18,540 benefit – The Respect Institute

Impact Report: 4,707 reached 18,540 benefit

By February 18, 2013Uncategorized

2012 highlights…

# of people directly served
through programs including the Respect Rally, Respect 360, trainings and Kit, Respect Circles, keynotes, forums & workshops
# of people who benefit
• over 1-year period after program: youth and young adults served directly by educators and organizations trained • estimated % of peers and family members who program participants directly teach program tools and definitions
1,885  youth (ages 10-17) 3,680 peers and family
289  young adults (18-24) 1,385  peers and family
2,533 youth influencers
(parents, educators and youth organization staff)
13,475 youth and youth influencers
4,707 total 18,540 total



In 2012, we worked with the following partners in 21 cities and 7 states:

Who we worked with…

Alameda County Juvenile Hall

Alameda County Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Stakeholders

American Association of University Women

Carry the Vision

DragonFly Learning

Girls For A Change

Human Options

Junior League

Lonestar Community College

Massachusetts State Women’s Conference

Mount Mary College

National Charity League

National Crittenton Foundation

Pennsylvania State Women’s Conference

Planned Parenthood Mar Monte

Men’s Division International

Public Conversations Project

Runaway Girl, FPC

San Francisco Juvenile Hall

Silicon Valley Leadership Group

Singularity University

Sobrato High School

South Bay Womyn’s Conference


Technology Credit Union

Thurgood Marshall Academy

Univision Bullying Town Hall

Young Women’s College Prep of Rochester


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