Thank you for your support of SSAIC. We couldn’t do our work without community-minded people like you!
- Make a donation to SSAIC
We know that 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys will be victims of sexual violence before they turn 18; that’s a lot of people who need our help!
Our services are 100% free for our clients; we don’t want anyone to suffer because they cannot afford the help they need to heal from their abuse.
Please consider making a monthly contribution to SSAIC; your donation is greatly appreciated. On behalf of the clients we serve, thank you!
SSAIC is a registered charitable non-profit; our charitable business number is 119141307RR0001. All donations are eligible for a tax receipt.
- Fundraise on Our Behalf
Are you a business or individual looking to give back? Consider organizing a fundraiser or soliciting donations on our behalf. Contact our office to discuss the details; we’re looking forward to partnering with you!
- Attend or support our annual Luncheon en Vogue or Sexual Assault Awareness Week Activities (SAAW)
SSAIC has two major fundraising initiatives each year; the Luncheon en Vogue fashion show fundraiser in October, and SAAW activities in May. Keep an eye on our blog or subscribe to our newsletter to see how you can get involved!
If you want to give back to your community, SSAIC is always on the lookout for volunteers. Volunteer as a facilitator in our child sexual abuse prevention program or contribute your skills in another way. See our Volunteer page for current openings.
- Join our Board of Directors
SSAIC’s Board of Directors is a group of passionate, talented individuals who work to set the strategic priorities of the agency. Recruitment for the new term typically begins in January each year.
- Become an SSAIC Ally
Life gets crazy and money is tight, we get it! But there are lots of ways to help with our mission to end sexual violence in our community; get educated about sexual violence, learn about the effects of sexual abuse and assault, or be prepared to properly handle a disclosure of sexual assault.