Want To Meet the Cast of Sweet/Vicious? Donate to RAINN

MTV's Sweet/Vicious takes an new appraoch to talking about campus sexual violence. Now you can enter to win a viewing party with the stars of the show.

What Has RAINN Been Up To?

A recap of RAINN's work in 2016, for our new supporters and longtime friends

Doubling Your Gift to RAINN, Doubling Your Impact for Survivors

Chelsea Bowers, RAINN’s development director talks about the importance of supporting survivors of sexual violence and how maximize your contribution during December.

Insights from the Hotline Room: Planning for Holiday Gatherings

The holiday season can present challenges for some survivors of sexual abuse and incest. RAINN support specialists who operate the National Sexual Assault Hotline share strategies for survivors to feel safe during this time. 

Newest DoD Safe Helpline Video Highlights Benefits of Connecting

The 2016 DoD Safe Helpline video features Safe Helpline staff highlighting the anonymity and accessibility of Safe Helpline to survivors within the DoD community, as well as their family and friends.

AWE Launches Jewelry Line to Support Survivors

A new jewelry company launched this week with plans to donate directly to RAINN. Alive We're Empowered (AWE) is a new fine jewelry brand that “celebrates the resilience of those who have survived life-altering adversities.” 

RAINN Calls on Next President and Congress to End Sexual Violence, Starts National Petition

The 2016 presidential election has put sexual violence front and center. To ensure that it becomes a national priority, not just a campaign talking point, RAINN supporters are calling on the next president to help.

Joshua Elliott Honors Wife with Fundraiser for RAINN

When Victoria Jane Taylor passed away in 2016, the world lost a critical advocate in the quest to end sexual violence. Her passion and dedication to helping those affected by trauma lives on, thanks to husband Joshua Elliott.

Sexual Assault Is Not “Locker Room Talk”: RAINN’s Statement on the Trump Tape

Bragging or joking about sexual violence is offensive and unacceptable. “Any language that condones sexual assault, no matter where it takes place, is not okay,” said Jodi Omear, RAINN’s vice president for communications.

RAINN Partners with RapidSOS to Improve Cell Phone Access to 911

RAINN partners with emergency technology start-up to offer a new app that makes 911 work better on cell phones. 

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