For decades, SNAP conferences have been at the core of our work to bring sexual-abuse survivors together and help them heal. While the conferences have looked a bit different for the past two years due to COVID, we have transitioned online in order to keep these important events going and hope you will join us at this year’s virtual conference .
This year, our keynotes include Doris Reisinger, a German activist and a scholar who is dedicated to exposing/studying/exploring the clergy sex abuse of nuns and adults as well as spiritual abuse; Dr. James Jones, a survivor and psychiatrist from Pennsylvania; and Anne Barrett-Doyle and Terry McKiernan from Bishop Accountability. We will also feature breakouts from attorney Jeff Herman, activist Tom Doyle, and hear the stories from survivor advocates in the Coptic Church, Orthodox Jewish community, and the Boy Scouts.
Now we need your help. The cost of virtual technology needed for the conference exceeds $25,000, but fortunately we have received a generous offer from Mitch Garabedian to match up to $10,000 to help defray the costs. Now we are asking you: Can you help us match Mitch’s generous offer and raise $10,000 in support of our conference?
Whether you are able to donate or not, please share this special GoFundMe matching gift fundraiser to support this year’s Annual Conference via your personal email, Facebook, Twitter, or other social media accounts.
SNAP needs your help and your generosity to achieve our $10,000 goal.
Thank you for your support!
SNAP is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. No goods and/or services will be received in exchange for your donation. Our tax-deductible ID number is 36-4154398.