Silent Victims of Covid-19



One of the most alarming, and least known, side effects of COVID is a surge in sexual violence against the elderly, children, and those stuck at home with their attackers. With this new “shelter-in-place” lifestyle, where nearly everything is done virtually (at home), there is a whole segment of our population that goes hidden and undetected — victims living in the same home with their abusers! Children that once sought safety at school, or adults that utilized work or public spaces as safe havens no longer have that option.


With this surge of sexual violence, we need your help now more than ever. Please join us today in restoring dignity to victims of sexual violence.


The safety and well-being of our volunteers and staff is our top priority.


We are continually monitoring the situation and following directives from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and local health departments.  As such, the Santa Clara County Health Department issued an order to Shelter-in-place today which requires us to restrict access to our offices and employees will be working from their homes as of Tuesday, March 17.

As our community responds to the COVID-19 outbreak, The Grateful Garment Project remains committed to our mission of returning dignity to the victims of sexual violence by providing them clothing and essential resources.  We are continuing to work with hospitals, shelters, law enforcement and other nonprofits to meet victims’ immediate needs after a crisis and support their ongoing needs along their road to recovery.  If you need to reach the staff at the Grateful Garment Project please email

To support the Grateful Garment Project during this time please consider taking action and making a donation so that we can continue to support the victims of sexual violence across the many counties we help in California.

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