Ideas for Those Who Would Like to Help
How and where to donate.
Disclaimer: this donation process for the ASCA Program of The Morris Center has not been tested by the webmaster of Survivors Anonymous Group.
How and where to spread the good news about Survivors Anonymous.
Please link to the website from any of your social media accounts. Often overlooked is the inclusion of this website in comments left on other websites, such as news or health articles related to survivors, child abuse, etc.
Joanna, the Founder and Organizer of Survivors Anonymous in Greensboro NC, imagines a time when Survivors Anonymous meetings will be just as prevalent as AA and 12-Step meetings. In addition, she is taking steps to pursue her dream of becoming a social worker so she can help even more people in a real, caring, and tangible way, which for her means going back to school to earn her degree as well as networking to gain some real-world experience in that field.
She has a real heart for survivors from all walks of life. Let's give her a head start in her new direction.
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GoFundMe: Help a Survivor Help Other Survivors
Thank you for your interest, your time, and your compassion. Please share this website with all your friends. We want the word about Survivors Anonymous to go far and wide. Donations to the GoFundMe campaign would be greatly appreciated.
Here is a downloadable tear-tab flyer in PDF format to print on bulletins boards in places you frequent. Let's help spread the word far and wide about Survivors Anonymous Group.
We are a work in progress!!
Not only are we working on ourselves, we're working on this website to add more useful information.