Help Me Make A Much Needed IMPACT

If you know me, you know how passionate I am about women+ safety and self defense. 
In all my years taking and teaching self defense, I've never seen another organization provide more realistic, holistic, and trauma-sensitive self defense training than IMPACT Bay Area. They truly embody their beautiful powerful Mission, Vision, and Values to reduce violence, promote healing, and create a courageous future where all people are empowered to live fuller, safer, more confident lives. 
The pandemic has been hard on everyone, and IMPACT is no exception. So we really rely on generous donors like you to help us keep the lights on and the classes going in spite of the evil COVID-19. We know the pandemic has been hard on our community and our students too. So we also need your help sustaining our pay-what-you-can sliding scale pricing model for our classes, so everyone can access this training regardless of what they can afford to pay. 

Help me empower our girls and women+ to stand up for themselves, stay safe, and confidently decide what happens to their bodies. That's more needed now than ever given what's happening in the world. 
Let's give the gift of effective boundary setting, personal safety, and physical self defense skills to everyone and anyone who needs it. Personal safety is a right, not a privilege.
I can personally vouch that IMPACT does an incredible job furthering this mission. I've seen it in the IMPACT classes I've taken, the hard work of our team and fellow board members, and the skills I've developed here that have made a huge difference in my own life. 
I have a personal goal of raising another $3k in 2022. 
Please help me reach that and enable more women+ to learn how to speak up and defend themselves.
Every donation helps bring personal safety, self defense, and empowerment training to people who need it.
Every dollar makes an IMPACT.
Click the DONATE button on the right to make your donation online TODAY!
IMPACT Bay Area is a 501(c)3 non-profit, so your contribution is fully tax-deductible. Every online donation will receive an email confirmation for their records.
Once you've donated, let your friends know by posting about it on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter... all the social media @impactbayarea!!!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support, your solidarity, and most of all your IMPACT!
With gratitude, grit, and the occasional groin kick,
Rebecca Ahn

  • LAUNCH IMPACT INTO 2023

    Donate today to support IMPACT Bay Area’s violence prevention programs! Your support will help us launch a brand-new program in 2023 for people with disabilities AND continue the life-changing programs we already offer - including programs for teens, women, LGBTQIA+, women of color, etc. Your generous gifts also help us keep all of our public programs accessible through sliding scale payments.

    IMPACT Bay Area is a 501(c)3 non-profit, so your contribution is fully tax-deductible. Every online donation will receive an email confirmation for their records.

    Through the end of the year, we are offering the following thank you gifts for your donations over $25! Limited quantities available - donate NOW!

    You can also mail a check with "donation" in the memo line to:

    IMPACT Bay Area
    PO Box 23831
    Oakland, CA 94623

    PLEASE NOTE: We will be happy to prepare a paper or email acknowledgement of your donation upon request.


    If you would prefer to become a regular supporter, consider giving a monthly donation instead.


    Employer Matching

    Bay Area Corporations and Companies Offering Employer Matching Gifts

    If your employer offers employer matching, your donation can MAKE AN EVEN BIGGER IMPACT. Contact your human resources department for information on your employer's matching gift program. IMPACT Bay Area's EIN number is 94-3123451.

    Our address is:
    PO Box 23831
    Oakland,CA 94623.

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Rebecca Ahn
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$1,165.00 raised
GOAL: $4,000.00
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