The call to stand against domestic violence is championed by the Man Up Crusade. They are making a huge impact with the messaging to cowboys and the rodeo participants. Their creativity with forming a campaign to work in each community they enter is timely and specific. They are very professional but also available to brain storm with grass roots organizations that shelter or counsel survivors of domestic violence. It is a pleasure to work with the founders, directors, and volunteers of this organization. They are all individually committed to ending domestic violence.
The Donahue's spend countless hours working to end domestic violence. The unique organization focuses on the social aspect of violence where being masculine is not about the physical toughness and aggressive nature of masculinity, but to "Man-Up" equates to taking responsibility to end the cycle of domestic violence, Thank you for all of your hard work reaching out to communities across the United States with this important message. Your work is and will make a difference.
I really love this organization. My sister worked at a women's shelter for three years and I became more aware of the dangers of domestic violence. I first came into contact with the Man Up Crusade at the Snake River Stampede in Nampa, ID. The rodeo had a "purple night" and the organization was highlighted. They had a booth that was very well situated and the volunteers were friendly and informative. I have since ran a couple of 5k races with the Man Up Crusade team. I look forward to continued involvement with the Man Up Crusade.