Together We Go!

As this year races by, we steadfastly making communities safer.  Read all about it in our mid year review.  Having you on board is critical to this continuing effort, and we are grateful for you.

Together We Go!

In 2020, together we positively impacted the lives of survivors of assault, abuse, and trafficking.  Click here to read all about how you helped us GO in SASS Go's 2020 Year-End Review.

Auction for Action

Thank you!

Thank you to all of our bidders and sponsors who made the Auction for Action a huge success!  You made a "bid" difference and raised over $11,000 to support the mission of SASS Go!  See you next year!  

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

Lead, Love, Serve

We are thrilled to have completed our Winter 2020 national instructor training in Columbia, SC.  Interested in learning more about instructor training, click here.

SASS IS THERE USC

Forever to Thee

VIDEO: In the wake of the tragic loss of its beloved student Samantha Josephson, SASS GO is training USC girls to predict and prevent violence and offering hope to a determined community full of love and support.

CALIFORNIA DREAMS

Can't Get Enough

VIDEO: Whether with the Salvation Army, Imagine LA, Boys and Girls Club, Big Brother Big Sister Program or the Human Trafficking Legal Network, we are oh so happy to share SASS in Los Angeles! 

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SASS Go Quarterly

First Quarter 2021 Review

2021 is off to a great start as SASS Go expands its educational programming and Crisis Response consulting.  Click here to read all about it!

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NEWS YOU CAN USE

Involuntary Druggings

Recent increases in involuntary drugging reports are alarming.  The majority are occurring in places where alcohol is being served.  Click here to learn how you can protect yourself.

EPWORTH HOME

Learning with Love

Sharing our empowering curriculum while creating instinctual awareness and protective planning is critical for foster children.  SASS is overjoyed to pour into the lives of these brave middle and high school girls.

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2020 Mid Year Review

Keep GO'ing

Even in the midst of uncertainty, we continue to serve individuals, families, businesses, schools, and communities looking to end assault, abuse, and trafficking.   Read all about it here  in our mid-year review.

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UNIVERSITY OF UTAH

Stronger Because of U 

VIDEOTraining the faculty, staff and students of the University of Utah was an honor for all of us at SASS Go. In the wake of such tragedy, we appreciate the opportunity to bring a little hope.  Thank U!

SASS GO IN THE MEDIA

The Nonprofit Leadership Podcast features discussions covering the most critical issues, trends and opportunities facing nonprofit leaders.  Join host Dr. Rob Harter as he talks with President & Founder Shannon Henry to discuss SASS Go's origins and impact.

This powerful article highlights the loss of Lauren McCluskey, a beloved daughter and friend, to interpersonal violence. Her mother Jill and friend Mesa are finding hope by ensuring change for campus safety for Lauren and for all.  Read the follow-up article here.

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Multiple participants from various backgrounds and ages express the joy, fun and confidence found in training with SASS in an Elite course.

We are so grateful WIS-TV (Columbia) is helping us spread the word about our mission and the upcoming Auction for Action.  Together we will continue to protect the tribe. 

These incredible athletes showed they don't just have talents in the water, but also in our classes! Gamecocks Online covers this event.

SASS Go celebrates Jefferson Award Honoree Shannon Henry and WACH 57's coverage of SASS Go's work across the world. 

The University of Utah hosted 2 days of SASS training on the heels of a reported assault and tragic death of a beloved student.  KUTV covers the event in light of it all.

Sexual assault and interpersonal violence have been heavy topics for the past few years.  Here ABC news discusses the role SASS plays in this conversation and in action.