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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.

While each organization is dedicated to ending sexual abuse, we each accomplish this in our own ways. Learn more about each organizing partner below and find out how you can get involved with us.

Angel Heart Foundation: Support Angel Heart in their mission to create a more safe and just world for children! Learn more about “Next Generation Parenting” and take the pledge to show your support.

Darkness to Light: Learn how you can prevent sexual abuse with the Stewards of Children training program. Whether you prefer to learn in-person or online, this training will teach you what you need to know to help prevent cases of sexual abuse.

ChildHelp: ChildHelp is fully engaged across the spectrum of child abuse and offers prevention, intervention, and treatment programs to help children and families nationwide. Learn more about the ChildHelp approach and how you can get involved locally.

CHILD USA: The most effective vehicle for survivors of sexual abuse to find justice is in reforming the statutes of limitations for child sexual abuse. Learn more about how you can help SOL reform happen in your state from the experts at CHILD USA.

Ending Clergy Abuse: A global organization dedicated to ending the Catholic sex abuse crisis, ECA is active in 17 countries across five continents. You can help support the mission of ECA by becoming a social media ambassador. Learn more here.

F.A.C.T.: Families Against Cult Teachings is raising awareness of cults across the world and supporting those who have been abused in cult settings. The F.A.C.T. team is on hand to help rescue children from cults and traffickers and provide support to those who have left cults in the past or for the families of cult victims.

GRACE: Help your church, school, or other organization create a safer environment for children by working with the Child Safeguarding Certification team from GRACE. The certification process is customized, comprehensive, and realistic, and GRACE will work with your leadership to find the best ways to implement best practices for your unique situation.

Joyful Heart Foundation: The JHF is working to end sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse. Their approach involves healing, education and advocacy, and you can learn how to get involved with their programs here.

NAASCA: The National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse serves any and all adults who have experienced abuse as children. They currently host the “Stop Child Abuse” radio show which aims to facilitate discussion and foster new ideas on how to prevent child abuse and support survivors. Check out their upcoming show and archives here.

SNAP: The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests is the nation’s oldest and largest support group for those sexually abused in institutional settings. Following the explosive Grand Jury report in Pennsylvania, SNAP is calling for independent investigations in every state across the country. Get involved in the campaign by sending a letter to your state AG today.

Stop Child Predators: Stop Child Predators is working to end child sexual abuse by focusing on public policies that make children safer. Find out how you can support their mission and advance model legislation in your state here.

Together We Heal: Dedicated to helping survivors of child sexual abuse find support and healing, Together We Heal assists survivors from around the world. Get in touch with TWH and find out how you can make a difference for survivors you know here.