All Survivors Day is a national day to recognize the varied and widespread nature of sexual abuse, share the stories from survivors of sexual abuse, and call the public to action in helping to prevent future cases of sexual abuse.
All Survivors Day is led by organizations that have arisen from the scourge of sexual abuse, whether at home, in schools, at church, the military, on college campuses and sports teams. The groups are uniting to reduce the barriers survivors face when coming forward, finding support and holding perpetrators accountable.
, an organization dedicated to help children already affected by abuse through treatment and educational prevention programs;
, a non-profit in the works started by survivors of Larry Nassar aimed at empowering other survivors of sexual abuse.
, NAASCA works to end childhood abuse and trauma including seuxal assault, violent or physical abuse, emotional traumas and neglect. We work to raise community awareness, bring hope and promote healing;
Stop Child Predators
, an organization directed at crafting legislation, coalitions, advocacy campaigns and educational programs;
Together We Heal
, this organization's purpose is to provide guidance for those who suffer from the trauma of childhood sexual abuse. It works to educate through public speaking, collaborates with other groups to raise awareness, provide information on how to better protect children, assist those who've been harmed and to expose sexual predators and their methods;
, a non-profit organization that aims to support adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, educate communities, reduce the rape and molestation of children and break the silence that allows childhood sexual abuse to go on for generations;
The Courage Conference
exists to be a refuge for survivors, to educate and empower advocates, and create the conditions where this movement for change can become a Justice Generation that recognized and resists abuse everywhere. It is our goal that everyone leaves empowered to live the most courageous life possible;
California Protective Parents Association
are parents of children who were abused, often both sexually and physically. Our children have been doubly traumatized. After they told about the abuse, they were not believed, and were instead placed with their abusers. Most have been repeatedly re-injured and some have been killed. We Protective Parents were often victims of violence and abuse. As survivors of trauma, we fully support All Survivors Day;
MK Safety Net
offers hope, healing, encouragement and advocacy to former MKs (Missionary Kids) and TCKs (Third Culture Kids). The difficult journey of recovering from abuse can be even more daunting for an MK or TCK due to factors related to growing up overseas. MK Safety Net understands the unique aspects of the MK experience and offers support for MKs on their healing journey; and
Stop the Silence
works to prevent, expose and stop child sexual abuse and help survivors heal worldwide. Through strategic, evidence-based, creative, comprehensive programming focused on advocacy, education, training, and policy development and reform, the organization addresses the relationships between child sexual abuse and the broader issues of overall family and community violence, and violence withing and between communities.
Pennsylvanians United To Protect Children
is an organization of survivors, families and advocates dedicated to addressing the injustice of child sexual abuse in the past and working to prevent such abuse from occuring in the future through the use of conversation and advocacy for law reform.
supports men at every stage of the healing process through active online forums
and in-person events. We facilitate dialogue among survivors, as well as between survivors and professional therapists. We provide educational resources that help empower men (and those who support them) to process their past and look forward to a brighter future. And we do everything in a way that recognizes and respects the diversity of survivors and their allies.