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Leila Grace Foundation

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The Leila Grace Foundation is looking for 10 bloggers for the new school year!

In honor of our 10th anniversary we are looking for 10 survivors of sexual assault who would like to share their stories and share other's stories of surviving sexual assault at college.

Bloggers are needed to submit a mimumum 250 word blog every month. Topics needed to be discussed feminisim, consent, bystander intervention, sexisim, and many more that deal with sexual violence culture. Open to college and recent college grads male and female.

Bloggers will be unpaid but given a $25 gift card for their year in service.

References for employment as well as college credit can be given. Knowledge of social media and blogging are needed. Job done for home and can be done from anywhere in world as long as access to computer and wifi.

Must have Instagram and Facebook in order to share content!

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About Leila Grace Foundation


n/a, 2516 waukegan suite 123, glenview, IL 60025, US

Mission Statement

The mission of the organization is to keep all students of higher learning to attain safety awareness to its utmost. Leila Grace will keep students well informed with current information pertaining to their safety. It is through this knowledge that students will be able to make life saving decisions about their well being.


Leila Grace is a nonprofit organization that provides prevention programs for campus safety to colleges. Its main focus is to provide education which can reduce the risks of sexual assaults on college campuses.

Our programs address key aspects essential to preventing sexual assault on campus.

  • Facts about stranger, acquaintance, and date rape
  • Rape myths
  • Influence of drugs and alcohol on violence
  • Building healthy relationships between young men and young women
  • Dealing with overwhelming peer pressures
  • Use of survivor stories and campus safety tips
Media & Broadcasting


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Journalism
  • Social Media / Blogging
  • Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • Technical Writing




  • Must be at least 18
  • once a month blog

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