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Finding Support

The Survivors Trust's core aim is to ensure that society supports all survivors effectively and takes responsibility for ending sexual violence. If you are in need of support, we can help you in the following ways Read more

Little Ways to Make a Big Difference!

As a charity, we are always in need of funding and support in order to continue our work with our member agencies and survivors. There are plenty of ways that you can help us out with very little effort! Read more

Leave a Legacy

Leaving a legacy donation after you pass away can be the biggest gift you can give to a small charity like ours, so we wanted to make it as simple as possible. Read more

Fundraise For Us

The Survivors Trust is the only UK and Ireland-wide umbrella agency for specialist organisations supporting all survivors of rape, sexual violence and childhood sexual abuse. Our core aim is to ensure that society supports all survivors effectively and takes responsibility for ending sexual violence. But we can’t do it without the hard work of our fundraisers - so thank you from the bottom of our hearts for choosing to support us! Read more

Becoming a member of TST

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Training Testimonials

"I wanted to say I really appreciated your authenticity and passion. It really comes across in your presenting and inspired me to keep true to whom I am and fight for what I believe and stand for. Your commitment to the survivor and the process as well as your exceptional knowledge is inspirational!" Read more

How to Support a Survivor

When someone tells you they’ve been sexually assaulted or abused, it can be a lot to handle. A supportive reaction is essential to diminish any shame or blame the survivor usually takes on after abuse. Encouraging words and phrases can avoid judgement and show support for the survivor. Read more

Media enquiries

If you are a journalist reporting on sexual violence, we urge you to take the time to read the Independent Press Standards Organisation's Guidance on Reporting of Sexual Offences. This guide outlines the necessary protections that should be afforded to victims of sexual offences and provides a framework for thinking through safe and sensitive practice.  The Independent Press Standards Organisation has also created a useful guide for survivors of sexual offences considering talking to the media. Read more

Our Ambassador

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