Purpose: Our founder is a sexual assault survivor who desires to take back her power and enable others to do the same. She wants to spread awareness about this issue, while helping other people stand up and speak out about the problems associated with rape and sexual assault.

 

Mission Statement: Healing, Advocacy, and Prevention. By providing survivors with resources to help them overcome their pain, and take the necessary steps towards recovery, long-term healing can begin to take place. By “Advocacy”, we refer to our plan to encourage survivors in their journey, while giving them the opportunities to support one another using their stories and experiences. Educating others about the realities of sexual assault will be one of our greatest tools to help prevent future attacks from happening in Auburn and beyond.

 

Goals: We aspire to visit numerous organizations on campus to educate students on the realities of sexual assault. Through the use of benefit nights and other fundraising efforts, we hope to financially support other organizations in the area that provide free counseling, medical, and legal services for sexual assault survivors. Finally, we want to educate our members on how to love and support their friends who have been assaulted, and provide a loving place of community for survivors and non-survivors alike.