We encourage everyone who’s been a victim of sexual violence or knows a victim of sexual violence to send a donation their local rape crisis program. In doing so, you help us continue to offer shelter to and support sexual violence survivors, as well as to work towards stronger programs for healing.
For Vermont, we’ve listed local sexual violence programs. Many local programs provide both domestic and sexual violence support; others provide specialized services for sexual violence victims and survivors. For network programs, donate to your local area’s program for statewide or specialized programs.
We suggest donating to a program that serves in your area or has met your specialized needs. These programs work collaboratively to provide services.
The Sexual Assault Crisis Team provides services in Washington County. If you’ve received services from us, we encourage you to donate to us to help us continue to support our gender-inclusive program. We offer services and shelter to all victims and survivors of sexual violence, regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, age, class, education level, disability, skin color, culture, and/or spiritual beliefs.
If you would like to donate money to SACT, you can address a check or money to:
Sexual Assault Crisis Team (or SACT)
4 Cottage Street
Another way to support the Sexual Assault Crisis Team’s effort is through helping out with our wishlist, which has both small and large purchases, including:
- Gas or food cards
- Toilet paper
- Paper towels
- Laundry detergents
- Picnic table
Volunteers, volunteers, volunteers!
Interested in helping? Send us an email (address at the bottom of the site), and we’ll get in touch with you!