Game Change: The Patriots Anti-Violence Partnership

Begun in 2015, the Game Change program has trained thousands of students across Massachusetts.

Game Change: The Patriots Anti-Violence Partnership is an innovative approach to healthy relationship and violence prevention education. The program, launched in 2015 by the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation and the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, is providing training in anti-violence strategies to students, faculty, and coaches at public high schools across Massachusetts. Game Change implements a long-term anti-violence and healthy relationship education in Massachusetts schools, with a focus on developing peer leaders at the high school level who can provide trainings to their middle school counterparts. Game Change brings together students, teachers, coaches, and sexual assault and domestic violence service providers to create positive change in their schools and communities.

The Game Change program is currently closed to applicants, check back in the future for new opportunities.

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