Domestic and Gender Based Violence Prevention Initiative

Events for Cambridge White Ribbon Day during the week of Feb. 27–March 3.

Cambridge White Ribbon Day 2017 is hosted by the recently formed men’s group, MENding CamBRIDGE, the Cambridge Public Health Department, and the City’s Domestic and Gender-Based Violence Prevention Initiative.

White Ribbon Day Spotlight on Cambridge City Hall
Feb. 27–March 3
To raise awareness about gender-based violence, an image of a white ribbon will be projected at night on the façade of City Hall.

White Ribbon Day Event & Photo
2:45 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 28
Outside Fitzgerald Theatre at the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School
459 Broadway, Cambridge (rain, snow, or shine)
Take the White Ribbon Day Pledge and participate in a group photo afterward. Participants are encouraged to wear white.

Citywide White Ribbon Day “White Out”
March 1
All City of Cambridge employees, departments, schools, universities, organizations, businesses, families, and residents can get involved in the campaign by wearing white on the day of Wednesday, March 1. Anything white will do: a white hat, sweater, sweatshirt, collared shirt, t-shirt, or jacket.

Gather with your family, friends, classmates and colleagues in your white clothes, take a selfie or group photo, and post it online (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) using the hashtags #WRD2017 or #MENDCambMA.

For more information and to RSVP, visit the City’s White Ribbon Day Facebook event page.

Department Information

Hours of Service

Monday: 8:30am-8pm
Tuesday-Thursday: 8:30am-5pm
Friday: 8:30am-12pm

City Manager:
Louis DePasquale

Deputy City Manager:
Lisa C. Peterson

Cambridge City Hall
795 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139