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Shall We Dance?


SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, October 3, 2020

On Saturday, October 3, 2020, the Sexual Assault Crisis Center will present its signature fundraiser Shall We Dance at the Red Lion Hotel Paper Valley. You don’t want to miss this sell-out event!

CALL (920) 733-8119 TODAY to reserve your table sponsorship!

Registration & Silent Auction open at 5:30 p.m.; Ballroom doors & Food Stations open at 6:30 p.m.; Program begins at 7:30 p.m.

Shall We Dance is an uplifting and entertaining event that increases awareness about sexual assault while helping us raise the important funds we need to uphold our mission.

Visit shallwedancefoxcities.com to learn more about this year’s event.

DANCERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED at the end of April.


The month of April has been designated Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) in the United States. The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual violence and to educate communities and individuals on how to prevent sexual violence.

By working together and pooling our resources during the month of April, we can highlight sexual violence as a major public health, human rights, and social justice issue and reinforce the need for prevention and education efforts.

To learn more about how you can help raise awareness, please contact us at (920) 733-8119.



In observance of Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month each April, the Sexual Assault Crisis Center asks businesses, organizations and individuals to wear Denim in support of sexual assault survivors and to raise awareness about sexual assault and misconceptions.

Why Denim?

In 1998, a teenage girl in Italy was raped by her driving instructor. The girl was held down on the ground by the instructor and was threatened with harm to herself and her brothers if she did not comply. The instructor was tried and convicted and sentenced to jail, and his case went to the Supreme Court of Appeals in Rome. The court overturned the original ruling stating that because the victim wore very tight jeans she must have had to help remove them, thereby giving consent to have sex.

The case made international headlines and the young woman’s jeans became a symbol of the many misconceptions still surrounding sexual violence, such as there is a “correct” way for someone to respond during an assault and what someone wears can be an excuse for rape.

To learn more about how you can participate by getting your place of business involved, please contact us at (920) 733-8119.