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Disco Ball

2018 Disco Ball, coming January 2018.

The Disco Ball is the NRSAC (CARSA) annual signature event to raise funds and awareness for the Child Assault Prevention Program (CAPP). An evening event held annually during the last weekend in January. Attend with friends enjoying an all-inclusive Martini and cocktail reception, hot and cold food stations, Live Band entertainment and DJ. Disco Attire is very popular with the guests if you like to wear costumes.

Become a Sponsor; show your support for children.


View our full list of Disco Ball sponsors.

Platinum $5,000.00
Gold $3,000.00
Hit Single $1,500.00
Chart Topper $500.00
Event Sponsor $200.00
Media Sponsor --
Supporting Sponsor --

Tickets are sold individually or purchase a table of 8 and receive a discounted price.

905 682-7258 ext. 207

The Child Assault Prevention Program (CAPP) is an abuse prevention program that gives children skills and strategies they can use in potentially dangerous or abusive situations. The Program presents situations with bullies, strangers and known offenders. Information is delivered through role-play (which children can participate in if they choose) and discussions. Workshops are approximately 1.5 hours in length and we present to each class individually. There is an in-service with staff and parents prior to presenting to children. This ensures that the entire school community has the same information. We see over 3,500 students in grades 1-6 in Niagara each year with CAPP, and this program is funded mainly through donations.

“The Child Assault Prevention Program (CAPP) has made an incredible impression upon all staff and equipped our students with lifetime strategies in dealing with assault. These presentations were not only an outreach tool for our students, but a wonderful learning opportunity for our staff who were present during the sessions.  This program, unlike any other in which we have participated, has and will un-doubtedly improve the quality of life for many students.” 
- Principal 

“Thanks for coming to my school. People who haven’t been sexually abused sometimes think it’s funny or that is doesn’t really happen.  It happened to me when I was six.  My mom helped me through it.  You taught us why it’s important to tell someone right away.”    
- Participant

NRSAC Denim Day

Friday May 26, 2017

Make a Social Change Statement with your Fashion Statement

NO means NO

The Niagara Region Sexual Assault Centre presents DENIM DAY ON FRIDAY MAY 27, 2016 as part of a month long campaign to prevent sexual violence. Wearing jeans shows support for and the awareness of people who have survived sexual assault. May is Sexual Assault Awareness month.

Please join us as a Sponsor or as Participating Champions—you and your group will be raising funds for the educational programs and many services provided by the Niagara Region Sexual Assault Centre across all of the Niagara Region.

Services include:

  • Individual and group counselling, women and men
  • Hospital Response Program
  • 24/7 Crisis Line & Volunteer Training
  • Public Education programs are taught in elementary, secondary schools, college and university 

Help us to end the stigma about sexual assault.


View our full list of Denim Day sponsors.

Dazzling Denims $1,500.00
Classic Jeans $1,000.00
Funky Flares $500.00
Be a Participating Champion:

Donate $2.00 for your sticker, ‘NO means NO’, to proudly wear on Friday May 26,2017

In 2015, five Secondary Schools students and staff members joined as a group of Participating Champions. In addition many local business owners and their staff joined us as Participating Champions.

Business and School logos are included in all promotional materials distributed across Niagara in April and May of 2016. After the event in May, your logo will be proudly displayed in a Newspaper advertisement, “Thank you to our Sponsors and Participating Champions”, announcing the funds that have been raised. 

905 682-7258 ext. 207

If you have just been sexually assaulted

Call our 24 hour crisis & information line at 905-682-4584

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