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2018 Sexual Assault Awareness Month


Each April, KCSARC joins the nationwide call to end sexual violence in all forms, something we know affects every person in our community.

This year, a new sense of urgency to end sexual violence in all forms has taken root -- if you're here, it's likely because you're looking to take action. Think of this page as your one-stop resource this whole month. We'll share news and events taking place throughout April, information you can use right now, and places for you to plug in! 

Online: Tools to Start a Conversation

We'll post one action you can take each day during April on our social feeds. You can use these to learn more and talk with others in your networks. Follow us on your favorite social channels: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and use those actions to start a conversation with your friends and networks!

In Person: Shoes and Brews

Back by popular demand! Support KCSARC's important work and make a serious fashion statement by joining us at John Fluevog Shoes April 18, 4-8 pm, at its Downtown Seattle store. Half of each sale goes to KCSARC. Click to learn more.

New this year, bring a friend and join KCSARC at Renton's The Brewmaster's Taproom Friday, April 27, 4-8 pm. Our generous hosts will donate a portion of each pint sold to KCSARC. Get the details.

In Your City: Thank your Leaders

Thanks to the leadership of Renton Mayor Denis Law, Kirkland Mayor Amy Walen, and Sound Cities Association Executive Director Deanna Dawson, local governments throughout King County have been invited to proclaim April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

UPDATE: Great news: 35 municipalities, including have adopted an official SAAM proclamation! Click to see whether your community is on board. Help us thank your local leaders! Contact us at for contacts and ways you can say thank you.

Support KCSARC's Work

Your donation during SAAM helps KCSARC answer the call when survivors need us. Let them know you stand with them by donating to KCSARC during SAAM. 

Donate by clicking here


4.24.18 King County Metro Transit and King County Sheriff's Office Partners with KCSARC on "Report it to Stop it" Campaign

4.16.18 Kaiser Permanente Grant to King County Sexual Assault Resource Center Extends Prevention, Outreach and Support for Survivors


Our sincere thanks to


30 Days/30 Ways You Can Help End Sexual Violence Campaign Sponsor