Find your courage and use it to make the world around you safer.
At IMPACT we believe everyone has the right to be safe and the ability to protect themselves. Our self-defense programs give people the skills to stay calm and focused in unsafe situations. Our abuse prevention programs give schools, disability service organizations, and communities the tools to develop policies and expectations that keep everyone safe.
- Self-defense classes that are open to the public.
- Customized workshops for schools, disability service organizations, community groups, businesses, human service agencies, and domestic violence and sexual assault survivors that cover topics in:
- abuse prevention
- assertive communication
- conflict de-escalation programs
Personal and social change are possible when people experience the strength of their bodies and the power of their voices.
IMPACT is teaching a free 2 hour workshop in Boston!
On November 19th, 2016 IMPACT is teaching a free, 2 hour women’s self-defense workshop that is open to the public.
This event is part of fodada’s 5th International Women’s Self Defense Day and sponsored by Boston Dads Group, a chapter of the City Dads Group.
The class will be from 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm at The Nonprofit Center, located at 89 South St, Boston, MA 02111.
We welcome anyone over the age of 14 to register!
Sign up for the class on fodada’s website:
“IMPACT had a profound effect on my sense of self. Most significantly, I am reminded that it is safe to be a woman.”— IMPACT Graduate
“IMPACT has changed my life. It has been over a month since the program ended, but I’ve noticed that I now stand a little taller — less afraid.”— IMPACT Graduate