Join Our Team to Restore Dignity and Help Us Count Down to the Big Game!

It’s just one month to the biggest game of all in the U.S., the Super Bowl. Our San Jose office is only 11 miles from Levi Stadium, where the spectacle of Super Bowl 50 will unfold on February 7. There will be a lot of parties and special events leading up to and on the big day. Yet […]


TGGP Ends a Banner Year, Welcomes the New Year by Shipping Nearly 2,300 Donated T-Shirts to Help Victims

Last week we said “farewell” to 2015 and “welcome” to 2016 by shipping nearly nearly 2,300 new t-shirts out to 95 California organizations that help sexual assault victims, as well as commercially sexually exploited children and human sexual trafficking victims. The t-shirts were donated by two San Francisco Bay Area companies, Greenlight Apparel and Reva Wear. “With […]


Pack-It-Forward And Give a Gift of True Meaning

By Nadia Malek, TGGP Intern While we are buying gifts for our friends and loved ones this holiday season, taking a few minutes to buy much needed items for someone victimized by human trafficking will make all the difference in the world. The Grateful Garment Project’s Pack-It-Forward program needs your help to do just that, […]


Shop, Swipe and Share!

By Barbara Otto The holidays are upon us and my family has already set their minds to making Thanksgiving dinner, baking Christmas cookies and making treats for holiday parties and get-togethers. Let your cookie and treat making, holiday dinners and party planning mean more this year. Request a S.H.A.R.E.S. card from The Grateful Garment Project […]


TGGP Receives Largest Grant Ever From Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

The Grateful Garment Project (TGGP) is excited to announce we received a $25,000 unsolicited grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation of Palo Alto, the largest grant ever received in the organization’s four-year history. The grant represents a significant contribution to helping California’s victims of sexual violence, including commercially sexually exploited children and human sexual […]


Heather Marlowe has Something to Say. Please Listen.

By Barbara Otto, VP – The Grateful Garment Project – September 11, 2014 In a room of 30 people, you might not notice Heather right off the bat. She isn’t extremely tall. Her hair isn’t pink or blue or purple. Her clothing isn’t overly flashy. She isn’t very young or very old. She’s the woman […]


Why I Volunteer

I wake up every weekday at 4:30am. Finally, about 20 minutes later I get out of bed and go to the gym. After the gym, I get home, cook breakfast and make lunch for my daughter, then off we go, she to school, and I to work. This routine is new. I’ve been working on it […]


Preventing Sexual Assault on College Campuses: Because One Is Too Many

by Robin Lynn Griffith, May 3, 2014 There has been a lot of news lately on what many victims have experienced as a lack of response from College and University Administrations around the reporting or prevention of sexual assaults on campus. Nationwide since 2010, the Federal Government has been investigating 55 Colleges and Universities for […]