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Thank you to everyone who applied to be a spring 2014 SafeSite! Safesite applications are currently closed! Check back in August for the Fall 2014 semester applications!

This semester’s SafeSites have been selected and should be receiving their box soon – hopefully in time for V-Day – taking into account mother nature’s winter weather plans. Don’t forget to share your awesome activities with us here on Amplify and on Facebook!…

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Exciting news!  Applications to join our Great American Condom Campaign are now open!

The Great American Condom Campaign is a youth-led grassroots movement to reduce unintended pregnancies and the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections by normalizing condom use on college and university campuses.  Students from across the country apply to become individual condom distribution points–AKA SafeSites– and upon selection receive a box of 500 Trojan condoms to distribute to their peers.  SafeSites are also tasked with educating their peers about safer sex and advocating on campus …

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Please take 15 minutes to share YOUR STORIES with us!

Now in its 5th year, the Great American Condom Campaign (GACC) has distributed well over 5 million condoms to young people in college campuses across the entire country.

Over the years, we’ve made some headlines. We’ve changed policies that affected young people’s health and lives. We’ve educated and empowered young people to make the U.S. a sexually healthy nation—all thanks to YOUR efforts!

This fall, we want to highlight some of your amazing campaign stories and spotlight

About the GACC

The Great American Condom Campaign is a youth-led grassroots movement to make the U.S. a sexually healthy nation. Each year, GACC members give out 1,000,000 Trojan Brand condoms on college campuses across the United States, educate their peers about sexual health, and organize to improve the policies that affect young people’s health and lives.