Robbed of Their Innocence

As terrible as sexual assault is to anyone, another harsh reality is that even children suffer through this as well.  We hear more about cases involving females as the victims but often times males aren’t mentioned as much.  This is partially due to the fact that males are even less likely than females to report […]


#MeToo a Year in Review

It has been one year since the #MeToo movement began and really took off in the social media scene.  This movement has removed men from their high-power positions and has made more people aware of sexual harassment in the workplace and how often it may be happening without it going noticed. The #MeToo movement originally […]


Welcome back students…..and abusers?

Many campuses are returning back for the new school year and with a long list of worries from college why must students add on sexual assault to their list?  In recent years there have been many reports on sexual assault on various college campuses and the number continues to grow. It seems like there has been a surplus of sexual […]


Senior Class Project Boosting TGGP in 2016-17

Jane Oberhauser and Genevieve Duflock are high school students in the Saratoga-Los Gatos National Charity League. Their class adopted The Grateful Garment Project as its senior class project for the 2016-2017 year. Jane and Genevieve wrote this post explaining why the class is supporting us, and what they will be doing throughout the year. You can meet the students […]