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Victoria

Victoria

Victoria works in the UK Armed Forces, loves to travel and believes you can never have too much culture in your life. She was unfortunately a victim of rape and if it wasn’t for RASAC, she doesn’t know where she would be today. When she was given the chance to become part of the Friends of RASAC team she grasped the opportunity with both hands. “Just the thought that little old me could make a difference and save one person who has walked in my shoes, well I could never have turned that down”. Being part of a fantastic team and helping to fundraise gives Victoria an enormous sense of purpose.

Sam

Sam

Like all of us that have suffered sexual trauma it’s hard to open up to anyone and it’s an emotional journey but its how we deal with it that makes a better future. At the end of my counselling I said I wanted to help others like me and that’s why I became a Friend of RASAC. We are a great team and raise funds for RASAC so that others can get the professional help that I had and then like me end up in a much better place where the past doesn’t rule the future.

Molly

Molly

Molly works in Marketing and having previously worked in the non-profit sector has always had a passion for helping people. She had always wanted to volunteer for a charity where she could really make a difference and she knew that was exactly what she could do when she heard about RASAC. Molly spends her free time with friends, family and her fiancé, she loves music and appreciates a good gin!

Dave

Dave

I am on the road to recovery from survivor to thriving and undergoing RASAC counselling has meant my journey has progressed in leaps and bounds. I believe in the power of healing through counselling but also passionately believe in healing through non-verbal therapies including Art, Drama and Music and as aged active rocker (see my photo) I know it works!

As a Friend of RASAC I feel one of my main contributions will be in assisting and arranging fund raising projects and using my network to arrange and help at RASAC events. RASAC helps males, females and all gender groups and I am really pleased to be able to be part of the Friends of RASAC team.

Tricia

Tricia

My name is Tricia and I am a University lecturer.

Sexual Assault can happen to anyone in any walk of life leading to despair and a feeling that all is lost. Services like RASAC are here to prove that not all is lost. No one should have to live in a prison of fear and the least I can do is to invest the time and skills I possess to say we believe you, you are not alone and all is not lost.

Elliot

Elliot

Elliot is currently studying Film Production BA(Hons) as a mature student at the University of Winchester. He would like to help RASAC promote itself to enable and encourage other survivors to come forward and seek the help they need and deserve.

Jessica

Jessica

I am a keen ambassador for lifting the taboo around incestual sexual abuse and historic child sexual abuse. Since my time with RASAC, I have joined the Friends of RASAC and have raised money for the charity both personally and as part of a group. I have been part of a feature in Cosmopolitan magazine to encourage people to report rape and sexual abuse. I have contributed to the IICSA (Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse) and attend IICSA Forum events. I am a mentor for a victim/survivor of childhood sexual abuse and am keen to get involved with moving the conversation forward.

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