Chalk Walk 2023
Thank you for your interest! This form is for student organizations, staff and faculty departments, chapters and groups (of 2 people or more) who are interested in reserving a square to design and chalk.  Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month Chalk Walk features phrases of support translated into chalk art.  We invite our UCR  community to participate in this year's Chalk Walk to participate. The purpose of this event is to organize an art display created by and for the UCR community that highlights and educates about phrases that show support for those who have been impacted by sexual violence or relationship violence.  All materials and instructions will be provided!

Time Frame: Groups have Monday, April 24 & Tuesday, April 25th to complete their chalk design.  The Chalk Walk will be on display until Thursday, April 27th.

Location:  Bell Tower South Walkway and Lawn

Check In:  Check-in and pickup your chalk/art materials on Monday, April 24 between 10 am - 12 pm in Highlander Union Building HUB 377 (3rd floor of HUB Building).  We'll also be providing instructions at this time and also by email beforehand.
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Name of your participating Student Organization, UCR Department, Chapter, or group: *
Name of point of contact: *
Email Address of point of contact: *
Someone from our group is able to pick up chalk materials on Monday, April 24th between 10 am - 12 pm in HUB 377. *
I understand that our group has Monday, April 24th and Tuesday, April 25th to complete our chalk art. We'll provide (or you can select) a phrase that your group will incorporate into your chalk square design.  Examples of phrases are: "You have options."  "I am here to listen."   "Thank you for sharing with me."  These phrases are part of this display and campaign to educate about responses someone can say to support someone who has been impacted by violence. *
After this form is submitted, we will send a follow up email with details and helpful instructions.  
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