Through hosting a workshop, you can help make your community a supportive and responsive space for survivors of rape and abuse. Though we are no longer accepting quilts, we do invite you to use these resources to facilitate healing spaces in your community.
View downloadable PDFs for facilitating your workshop Monument Quilt workshops create space for survivors and allies to make quilt squares with technical and emotional support, and in community with one another. The Quilt provides churches, schools, towns and our country clear and accessible steps to support survivors of rape and abuse. FORCE’s workshop guide includes a step-by-step outline, downloadable resources and information on supporting survivors. The guidelines and instructions are open for your interpretation and can be tailored based on your needs and the needs of your community. FORCE has a workshop outreach team available to provide troubleshooting as needed throughout your planning process. For questions and support contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After your workshop, make sure to do some self-care. Check out this guide to assessing what kind of self care you might need depending on how you are feeling.
Content and Links
- Workshop outline and step-by-step guide (black and white here)
- How to Support Survivors (black and white here)
- Intentional Space Toolkit
- Online form: Workshop Participant Evaluation
- Paper form: Workshop Participant Evaluation (please also download the consent form below)
- MQ Informed Consent stamped
Print the whole kit and kaboodle!
Workshop handouts to print
- Quilt Square making instructions
- Quilt Square making instructions (black and white)
- Quilt Planning Worksheet
- Sign-in sheet
- Resource list for survivors
- What Kind of Self Care Do You Need?
- Self-care ideas and tips
- Mandala coloring sheet