Pair up with Students Against Sexual Assault to make a difference
Students Against Sexual Assault (SASA) is a student-run club on campus, that works to spread awareness of relationship violence, stalking, and sexual assault and fundraise for our Survivor Fund. The Survivor Fund’s purpose is to provide monetary support to survivors on campus and in the greater Gallatin Valley community.
Student Advocates Outside Montana Hall
With your help, we can provide a safe hotel room for a survivor fleeing an abusive relationship. Your gift could buy clothes for a survivor of sexual assault to replace clothes that are taken for evidence during a forensic rape examination. Your donation could help survivors in a multitude of ways. Oftentimes, sexual violence can strip a survivor of their sense of power and control over their life. By helping the Survivor Fund you are helping survivors in our community regain that sense of power and control in their lives. Your gift can help a survivor heal.
Recognized as Student Group of the Game With President CruzadoDuring the 2020 year, more than $10750 was spent of survivors in the Bozeman community. This money was used to buy security systems, textbooks, bus tickets, forensic exams, therapy, assist with legal fees, survivor retreat scholarships, and so much more. Each donation directly impacts the lives of survivors, and different donations have the ability to help different people.
Two Advocates Walking on Campus
"With an active role in the Survivor Fund, I get the opportunity to see how much the support we provide truly impacts survivors. With more money in the fund, we can give exceptional relief to survivors in dire situations. Without the Survivor Fund, many people in the community would have to search for other avenues of financial assistance or go without the assistance they need. Our ability to have a true impact in others' lives is far greater than I can describe." – Natalie Hall, Students Against Sexual Assault President and Survivor Fund Chair
Sweet Therapy Dog, Mayzie
Where there’s help, there’s hope.
No one deserves to be sexually assaulted, abused, stalked, or harassed.
If you or someone you know has been impacted by interpersonal violence, the MSU VOICE Center is here to help. Whether the incident happened recently or decades ago, the VOICE Center wants to support you as you heal.
The MSU VOICE Center provides confidential, compassionate, and free-of-charge advocacy and assistance to MSU community members and their loved ones who have been impacted by interpersonal violence.
Please call (406)-994-7069, available 24/7.