Whether you are a survivor, donor, or supporter of our organization, we offer a variety of available programs and opportunities based on how you'd like to get involved.
Our organization thrives off of the generosity of the general public.
Our newly launched program entitled
Project Journey allows you to sponsor a survivor's healing journey as they navigate life after experiencing a mass tragedy.
Mass tragedies have proven to occur just about anywhere, creating a mass ripple effect of varying levels of trauma throughout our nation and the world. You can assist in the ripple effect of healing by becoming an ambassador for support in your affected community.
If you are a company or business owner looking to choose a nonprofit to give proceeds to, we
accept any and all financial assistance you have to offer in order to provide long-term resources for survivors all over the country and the world.
Given there is no handbook on how to proceed through the healing process after a mass tragedy, Virginia Tech
survivor Becca La Creta created this
ebook written by survivors, for survivors. Here she provides opportunities to write about your own personal journey as a survivor for others to learn from.
SURVIVOR MINI DOC SERIES
Leadership team member, Aurora Theater survivor, and storyteller/ filmmaker Chelsea Sobolik became interested in capturing the continuation of survivors' stories after the media leaves their stories behind. Through film, she focuses on storytelling as a medium for empathy and human connection.
We are a 100% volunteer-run organization and are always so appreciative of anyone who can donate their time and efforts during our larger events throughout the year. Volunteers are always welcome during our
Annual Fundraiser in April and our Annual Survivors Gathering in July.