A Call to Action
Led By Men, For Men
We are at a cultural tipping point. The issues of violence and abuse against women are moving out of the shadows, and national attention is bringing local changes. Men’s engagement in prevention work is the untapped resource which can help end the violence, once and for all.
The YWCA Men’s Breakfast brings together leaders from every corner of our community with the vision, influence, and ability to make change happen.
Wed., February 13, 2019
7:30 am Registration & Buffet
8:00 am to 9:30 am — A Call to Action: Led by Men, For Men
10:15 am to Noon — Private Discussion Group (available to sponsors)
Grand Valley State University | Eberhard Center (*Note: New Location)
301 West Fulton Street | Downtown Grand Rapids
(Parking available in Fulton Lot. South side of Fulton Street, across from the Eberhard Center)
Sponsorships | $5,000
To ensure you receive the full benefit of your sponsorship, kindly respond by February 1, 2019.
Contact: Lukas Schroeder at 616-426-3719 or email@example.com
- Invitation to a private discussion group with Tony Porter immediately following the breakfast for five of your company’s/organization’s employees and/or clients. The focus will be on taking what has been learned at the breakfast and implementing it in your circles.
- One table of ten in a preferred location at the breakfast
- Company/organization listed on all printed materials distributed to guests at the breakfast
- Logo on screen at the breakfast as part of a scrolling presentation
- Recognition in the YWCA West Central Michigan’s annual report
Reservations | $65 each, $650 table of ten
To make reservations, purchase a table, or make a donation, see below or contact Lukas Schroeder at 616-426-3719 (firstname.lastname@example.org). For reservations or table purchases, kindly respond by February 1, 2019.
As the world says #MeToo, many are asking: What now? With more than two decades of experience in the violence-prevention movement, Tony Porter, CEO of A Call To Men, has advised groups ranging from the NFL to the U.S. Armed Forces, and focuses on preventing violence against women and girls by examining the consequences of the limitations we put on boys and men. He turns the long-accepted intersection of violence and masculinity on its head, helping each of us better understand our role in transforming this once-in-a-generation movement into the community we want.