Want to get involved? Here's how:
Speak out about sexual assault and help end the silence:
Forward the link to the video from the 2013 BE LOUD Breakfasts: http://youtu.be/GrlB_zUejRA
Invite KCSARC to your workplace or community group for a training or presentation.
Be an advocate for a victim:
Know someone who has been a victim of sexual assault? KCSARC's Resource Line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 888.99.VOICE (86423). Click here for additional crisis response numbers, both in Washington State and outside the state.
Make a financial contribution that provides ongoing support for KCSARC:
Learn about the different ways you can contribute financially or click the yellow donate button above.
Hold your own fundraiser to benefit KCSARC.
Volunteer and advocate:
Sign up to receive legislative updates via e-mail by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your legislator during legislative sessions and inform them of the importance of sexual assault services.
Become a CourtWatch volunteer.
E-mail Alix Compton at email@example.com about participating on the planning committee for the 2014 Seattle Breakfast.
he told me not to tell:
Keep our communities safe by learning how to talk to young children about sexual assault, and teach them about the touching rules as a part of the larger context of everyday safety. You bring a group of friends together to discuss and KCSARC will provide the resources. Our booklet, he told me not to tell, and a short video from our Family Services Manager, are just two of the many resources that will be at your disposal to start the discussion. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get your resources today!
KCSARC is adept at leveraging the commitment and resources of its contributors to bring quality and effective life-saving services to its clients that would otherwise have nowhere else to go.