St. Francis Counseling Service Holds Sexual Assault Awareness Poetry and Art Contest


Poetry and Artwork Contest for Substantial Faculty and College or university Students
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Juliet Kaszas-Hoch
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February 17, 2021
By Juliet Kaszas-Hoch

Superior college and faculty students with some thing to say about sexual assault are invited to enter St. Francis Counseling Service’s poetry and artwork contest to enable increase awareness about the worth of consent. All entries are owing by Saturday, March 27.
“By publishing artwork for the contest, participants grant St. Francis Counseling Provider permission to use their likeness in a photograph, online video or other electronic media in any and all of its publications, which include web-primarily based publications, without the need of payment or other thought,” points out Lori Dudek, St. Francis communications coordinator.
Mail artwork to ddunne@stfrancislbi.org to be entered for a prize and be featured in sexual assault recognition month promotions. Artwork can be submitted anonymously.
The contest is supported by the Point out of New Jersey Sexual Assault, Abuse and Rape Treatment (SAARC) Cash, administered by the Office of Kids and Family members.
St. Francis Counseling Support delivers ongoing remedy and local community instruction programs for survivors of sexual abuse and their loved ones customers who are citizens of Ocean County. To find out extra about this and other programs, pay a visit to stfranciscenterlbi.org or call 609-494-1554.  —J.K.-H.

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