A Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Awareness/Prevention Non-Profit
Update: with your help and including offline donations, we’ve raised $6,041 - over 60% of our goal! For this week’s challenge, we’re asking each of you to donate $1. $1 from each Tumblr follower would allow us to continue to support survivors & prevent violence, and would cover costs for over 2,000 more college survivors to share their stories. If you can give more than $1, please do! Either way, share the link with friends!

Update: with your help and including offline donations, we’ve raised $6,041 - over 60% of our goal! 

For this week’s challenge, we’re asking each of you to donate $1. $1 from each Tumblr follower would allow us to continue to support survivors & prevent violence, and would cover costs for over 2,000 more college survivors to share their stories. 
If you can give more than $1, please do! Either way, share the link with friends!

CORRECTION: April 23 at 12 PM EST, join us, as well as FORCE, Know Your IX, and Project Unbreakable for a Twitter chat. You can join in and follow along with the hashtag #SurvivorStories !
Also, the IndieGogo campaign is going strong: we’ve raised $5,900 including offline donations! Help us meet our goal in the 2 remaining weeks of the campaign by donating and/or passing the link on to a friend. Your money helps Surviving in Numbers to support survivors and train young people on how to prevent violence & support peers who’ve experienced it. Your donation is also tax-deductible!

CORRECTION: April 23 at 12 PM EST, join us, as well as FORCE, Know Your IX, and Project Unbreakable for a Twitter chat. You can join in and follow along with the hashtag #SurvivorStories !

Also, the IndieGogo campaign is going strong: we’ve raised $5,900 including offline donations! Help us meet our goal in the 2 remaining weeks of the campaign by donating and/or passing the link on to a friend. Your money helps Surviving in Numbers to support survivors and train young people on how to prevent violence & support peers who’ve experienced it. Your donation is also tax-deductible!

Survivors often struggle with isolation and depression after being assaulted — and having friends doubt their stories adds another layer of pain and struggle. Help us help survivors by teaching their peers how to support them and BELIEVE them.

Survivors often struggle with isolation and depression after being assaulted — and having friends doubt their stories adds another layer of pain and struggle. Help us help survivors by teaching their peers how to support them and BELIEVE them.

"How can it be rape if you guys were dating?"Statistically, violence within a relationship with an intimate partner (dating or otherwise) caused 6 of 10 female & 1 of 6 male victims to be concerned for their safety. With your help, we’ve raised almost 50% of our fundraising goal in the first week — help us meet our goal so we can teach more people that violence committed by a partner IS violence.
Even if you can’t donate, please pass the link on to friends or family who might be interested! Your money helps prevent sexual violence and allows more survivors to speak out. <3

"How can it be rape if you guys were dating?"

Statistically, violence within a relationship with an intimate partner (dating or otherwise) caused 6 of 10 female & 1 of 6 male victims to be concerned for their safety. With your help, we’ve raised almost 50% of our fundraising goal in the first week — help us meet our goal so we can teach more people that violence committed by a partner IS violence.

Even if you can’t donate, please pass the link on to friends or family who might be interested! Your money helps prevent sexual violence and allows more survivors to speak out. <3

Feministing Five

Surviving in Numbers is featured in today’s Feministing Five! Check out the link to learn more about Surviving in Numbers’ first year online (and the reach it’s had offline), as well as some advice for fellow activists.

Additionally, the One Year Anniversary donation campaign is going strong, with about 1/3 of the goal raised this week, thanks to your help! Help us meet our goal of $10k by the 1st of May by donating what you can (no amount is too small) and passing on the link to your friends & family.

A year ago today, I launched Surviving in Numbers, intending to help survivors on 4 campuses share their experiences with sexual violence. 
The past year has been bigger than I ever imagined:
- Surviving in Numbers became a non-profit;
- has reached over 115,000 people in 12 countries;
- is being used in classrooms in Turkey;
- is being used to support a bill in the California legislature expanding rights for survivors of violence, and more.
To celebrate its 1st birthday, I&#8217;m launching a fundraising effort to double the impact that Surviving in Numbers has for this coming year. To do that, I need your help, and no donation is too small! If you are unable to donate, please pass the donation link along to anyone in your life whom you think might be interested.  (P.S. Since Surviving in Numbers is an official non-profit organization, your donation is tax-deductible!)
Thank you for your support and your bravery in sharing your stories and supporting others who do.

A year ago today, I launched Surviving in Numbers, intending to help survivors on 4 campuses share their experiences with sexual violence. 

The past year has been bigger than I ever imagined:

- Surviving in Numbers became a non-profit;

- has reached over 115,000 people in 12 countries;

- is being used in classrooms in Turkey;

- is being used to support a bill in the California legislature expanding rights for survivors of violence, and more.

To celebrate its 1st birthday, I’m launching a fundraising effort to double the impact that Surviving in Numbers has for this coming year. To do that, I need your help, and no donation is too small! If you are unable to donate, please pass the donation link along to anyone in your life whom you think might be interested.  (P.S. Since Surviving in Numbers is an official non-profit organization, your donation is tax-deductible!)

Thank you for your support and your bravery in sharing your stories and supporting others who do.