What an incredible year we’ve had at DCRCC!
With your support and the help of dedicated volunteers, we’ve continued to do what we have historically done exceptionally well –serve survivors of all identities with respect, dignity and compassion.
As we struggle to meet the increasing demand for our services, we hope you will make a donation to support the DC Rape Crisis Center, ensuring that cost is never a barrier to accessing quality care.
As we move into 2015, please consider a gift to DCRCC to support our goal of powering a culture of consent. If you have questions, please contact the DCRCC Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your gift will ensure that survivors of sexual assault are treated with compassion, dignity and respect.
Your generosity will enable that all survivors, regardless of race, class, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation,
immigration status, ability, age or religious affiliation have access to confidential support that protected their anonymity.
Please use my gift where it is needed most. A gift of $ 25 will help cover the costs of keeping the doors open and enable us to keep
seeking the answers to the big questions. GIVE TODAY
A gift of $ 75 will help a survivor reconnect with their innate power. A gift of $ 75 covers the costs of an individual counseling session. GIVE TODAY
A gift of $ 150 will help ten people stay tuned in and tapped in to LIFE. A gift of $ 150 covers the cost of a facilitated group
counseling session GIVE TODAY
A gift of $ 300 will educate the next generation about the transformative principle of consent. A gift of $ 300 will cover the cost of
a 4 week risk reduction program for children and provide for nutritious snacks. GIVE TODAY
A gift of $ 500 will help a survivor heal. A gift of $ 500 will cover the cost of ten individual therapeutic sessions. GIVE TODAY
Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Donations must be made on or before Dec. 31, 2015,
to be deductible in the 2015 tax year.
1. National Institute of Justice & Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. Prevalence, Incidence and Consequences of Violence Against Women Survey. 1998.
2. U.S. Department of Justice. 2003 National Crime Victimization Survey. 2003.
3. World Health Organization. 2002.
4. U.S. Department of Justice. 2012 National Crime Victimization Survey. 2012.