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RAINN: The Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network

RAINN: The Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network

BY RAINN: THE RAPE, ABUSE, AND INCEST NATIONAL NETWORK #25 in Philanthropy & Volunteering

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4.91 / 5 based on 552 Reviews

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  • I am a survivor and want to be able to help empowering other fema...8 Answers
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RAINN: The Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network
RAINN: The Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network
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  • "This is a great organization which helps people who have experienced some type of abuse or rape and I think these people value organizations like this because it is hard to talk about these subjects with people so they can meet people that will help them through their situations and give them tools and guidance." in 8 reviews
  • "With people thinking they have no where to turn to this a great organization for them to help out through what their going trough" in 8 reviews
  • "This will help many people in the long run who have been victimized and maybe there will be a day that it won't be so bad" in 7 reviews
  • "As an employee at a Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Center, we used RAINN all the time for people to empower themselves with information." in 6 reviews
  • "i wish organizations like these are more known to people just as breast cancer organizations because this is also a problem where the victims do need help and need to know that people do care about them too." in 5 reviews
Oscar C.
Hialeah, FL
238 reviews
I been abuse when I was little kids and adults act you know how they correct you sandle or seat bell or the hand and even curse you plus I confest I been there too when I was a little kids first time speaking with the public in the beginning I was scared and embarrassed to say it but after I see this organization I am proud to say that with help of professional I get out of this trauma I have long time and I love girls even I have gf before because this just was something that was forced and when you say no so I am identify with this organization go help people like me thank you so much this bring me tears.
Donna P H.
Buffalo, NY
131 reviews
As being a victim of rape, kidnapping, & being held hostage. I am very pro active about the subject. and I will make time for anyone in these situations. No matter day or night. I'm available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. To listen, help, support. Anything I can do, it's not a problem. I will even shelter a victim from their accuser by any means necessary. I'll help you and your children get to haven house or any shelter so you won't be alone. I'll even fight a man for you if you are scared
Stefania D.
Boston, MA
29 reviews
This is a great program that makes getting help accessible to those who might find it otherwise difficult. The first phone call for help may be hard, but through this program, victims can submit their phone number online, fill out what is okay to say over the phone during the first call, or if it's okay to leave voicemails or say who they are, so discretion is key for those who need it. RAINN will follow up by making the phone call to the victim, which for many is much easier than being the one to call.
April B.
Cleveland, TN
49 reviews
I run a program for teens girls who have suffered from trauma and a majority of their trauma is a result of sexual assault. RAINN has provided me so many resources to help the youth in my community process and survive their trauma. Our organization is in the Best Practices Certification Program which will able us to provide our best treatment for the youth in our program and in our community. Please help and donate to this valuable program.
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Zulem S.
Phoenix, AZ
136 reviews
I never heard about this until now. I wish I would of known about it when I was 17 that's when i got abuse by step-dad. I will support this because it's not okay for other people be scared of speaking up. I was scared at the time thinking that everyone was going to look at me different treat me different not having support from family or friends. girls woman teenagers they need to speak up.I am so gonna get in to this and try to help other victims.
tanya c.
Mt Sterling, KY
730 reviews
So many people have been threw this and been raped or abused I am glad there our organization out there to help those people to give a helping hand to people who need it and help those people to be able to build trusting relationships and friendships again and learn how to not let this defy you but you to defy it by being a survivor not just a victim . Please help this organization and help give people there lives back again. And help cause
Christina C.
Smyrna, TN
766 reviews
One of the most important charities of them all. This charity is for women, children, anyone really cant get help from traumatic experiences, such as rape, incest, ect. CHARITIES like this deserve the upmost respect. You never know what the next person is going through. That is where this foundation comes in. Such a beautiful cause. People don't deserve to go through the stuff they do, and thats where this charity comes in.
Lori F.
Schaumburg , Il
551 reviews
Wonderful organization it's been around for a while gives people support and I hope and help I donate as often as I can at least once or twice a year I've known about it for a little while now and it needs more awareness because there's so much out there and there are people who are truly needing this help I didn't's and support and safety that they can provide
Valerie N.
La Vista, NE
79 reviews
I think their intentions are good, the idea of the program is great, but overall I don't like it. The customer service is horrible. I waited 3 hours tl talk to somebody online and when it finally got to my turn, I was immediately disconnected. I tried calling them and I had a 2 hour wait time. They need more than a few online personel who knows what to do.
Jackie H.
Ansonia, CT
55 reviews
I volunteered for an organization funded by RAINN for year and it was the most healing and rewards experience of my life. I was able to give back to the agency that helped me in my time of need and be there in a pivotal moment of someone else's pain to show them support and hope
Lisa Z.
336 reviews
I've never heard of this charity. How do they help others?
Sharifa L.
248 reviews
Where can I get more information on this
Emily R.
64 reviews
Do they have a website?
Kirsten T.
83 reviews
Have you been through any form of abuse? If you how did you cope, or are still coping with it?
Alexandria S.
485 reviews
Besides donating money how can one help this organization?

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