Our Work

Have a look at what we've accomplished so far.

Partnerships + Collabs

These are some of the organizations we have worked with in the past, have received support from, or maintain a continued partnership with. We value meaningful partnerships with both individuals and entities in our communities to help us achieve shared goals.
Please direct any partnership inquiries to boltsafety@gmail.com and a member of our team will be happy to assist.

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  • 6 Co-Founders
  • 22 Team Volunteers
  • 550+ Supporters across platforms
  • 2 shelters received essential products
  • 12 media interviews and appearances
  • 40% approx. increase in platform membership during COVID-19
  • 45% approx. growth of newsletter membership during the pandemic
  • $1,750 in grant-funded projects executed
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Formed a team under the name 'HP-TIE'



Competed in the Anu and Naveen Jain Women's Safety XPRIZE (until November), where we began researching for and designing our idea


Shared our progress for the first time with local media



Expanded the team



Had a social-media-based campaign to bring awareness to the imminence of threats to personal security- especially for women


Launched our first fundraiser by selling EMPOWER SAFETY wristbands. Proceeds helped us fund project costs as we worked on our idea into the new year.

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Ran the month-long #StandForSafety campaign, where students shared their stance on the importance of safety.

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Changed the name of our mobile platform on safety to BOLT in October 2019, a rebranding to better reflect the importance of speed when it comes to safety.


Shared our story with local media!


Launch event for the BOLT platform on the 18th on UBC's Vancouver campus.

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Officially launched the BOLT space on the WIX mobile app on January 1st, 2020 (way to ring in the new year)!


Announced a collaboration with the Vancouver Police Department.


Ran the #Bolt4Love campaign to promote connectedness and positivity during physical distancing health regulations as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Expanded our team.


Launch of a spotlight series on our blog, The Hub, called 'Spotlight: Perspectives', to increase the opportunity for members of our community to start conversations about issues that matter to them.


On 07-07-2020 we officially registered BOLT Safety Society federally as a not-for-profit corporation in Canada.


On the 31st, we launched the pilot stage of our 'Safe Hubs' initiative, funded by a grant from TakingItGlobal, The Government of Canada, and Canada Service Corps.


In addition to donating care and essential supplies to local women's shelters, we were also featured in several media sources to talk about our Safe Hubs initiative.


We launched the 'backyards with bolt' series (available on YouTube and IGTV, plus an extended version for members of our free platform), where we interview members of our community to talk all things related to safety, well-being, and other topics related to violence and abuse.


Held our first virtual movie + discussion fundraiser night.

Collaborated with HEARTWORK to donate food to a local food bank during the holidays season!

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Ran a collaborative campaign and virtual discussion event, featuring panelists, on period poverty and gender-based violence with For The Menstruator

And more work happening behind-the-scenes, stay tuned!

Operational Costs

Now that you've learned a bit more about our work, we welcome your support of our initiative.
In an effort to increase transparency about our operations, this is a rough breakdown of our annual costs, and what funding and donations go towards.
As a fully volunteer-run team, we truly value your support in helping us improve and increase our initiatives and projects.
Together, let's build safer communities.
If you are able to donate, have sponsorship-related, or other inquiries, we can accept e-transfers and inquiries at boltsafety@gmail.com 
This helps us keep our platforms, content, and organization up and running on a yearly basis.
This helps us improve our existing platforms and content, and develop new projects.
Just some of our initiatives include our free mobile platform with tips and resources, and our Safe Hubs project, where we're creating safer spaces in our communities for domestic abuse victims and survivors. We have also worked with women's shelters by donating care products and essential supplies to support their efforts to create safer spaces for women in unsafe domestic environments.
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