man up crusade idaho man up crusade idaho man up crusade idaho man up crusade domestic violence

HELLO AND WELCOME TO MAN UP CRUSADE.

We are a non-profit organization designed to raise an awareness of domestic violence and generate funds in local communities for victims and families who have been affected by these issues.  Domestic Violence is an epidemic in our society and is a public health and safety issue. The campaign title is the Man Up Crusade™ and is represented by the color purple and the purple ribbon.

READ THE ELLEN MARIE SINCLAIR STORY HERE
















Supported By

montana

wrangler

high country

2015 Events

CAM-PLEX WINTER FEST
Gillette, WY
February 13, 2015

Helldorado Days
May TBT

Franklin Rodeo
May 15, 2015
Franklin, TN

Cowboy Golf Tournament & Fundraiser
Caldwell, ID
June TBT

Reno Rodeo
June 23, 2015
Reno, NV

Man Up Crusade Run To The Rodeo
Nampa, ID
July TBT

Rooftop Rodeo
Estes Park, CO
July 10, 2015


California Rodeo Salinas
Salinas, CA
July 19, 2015

Cheyenne Frontier Days
Cheyenne, WY
July 21, 2015

Canyon County Fair
Caldwell, ID
July TBT

XIT Rodeo & Reunion
Dalhart, TX
August 6, 2015

Caldwell Night Rodeo
Caldwell, ID
August TBT

Caribou County Fair & Rodeo
Grace, ID
August TBT

Cassia County Fair & Rodeo
Burley, ID
August 20, 2015

Moses Lake Roundup
August 22, 2015

Gem State Classic Pro Rodeo
Eastern Idaho State Fair
September TBT

Sheriffs Rodeo
September 25, 2015
San Bernardino CA


Break the Cycle
Growing up in a violent home is one of the most terrifying and traumatic experiences a child can go through. It’s an experience that a child will not forget and can affect every aspect of a child’s life, growth and development.




Give a Helping Hand
As a community organization, we encourage individuals and groups to help out in the areas that interest them.  Whether it be putting on an event or just giving words of encouragement to someone in need, become an advocate for domestic violence.



Host a Man Up Event
Across the nation the purple ribbon has been adopted to remember and honor those who have lost their lives at the hands of someone they once loved.  The display of purple shows support for victims and advocates and conveys a powerful message that there is no place for domestic violence in a community.