Support SARC

The Sexual Assault Resource Center's success and growth depends largely on dedicated individuals and local businesses like you who support our mission to end the cycle of sexual violence through our crisis intervention services, counseling, and education. 






























As a SARC volunteer, you will provide crucial support and advocacy for survivors of sexual violence. Our volunteers staff the 24-hour Hotline and meet in-person with survivors of sexual assault at nearby hospitals, law enforcement agencies, and at the courthouse. 




















We are committed to transparency and providing donors with the information they need to assess our organization's impact to the community. SARC receives funding from various federal, state and local government agencies. We also receive funding from foundations, individual donors, and fundraising efforts. As a non-profit organization,  SARC relies on the support and generosity of the community in order to provide its free services. 






















SARC offers FREE crisis intervention, counseling, court advocacy, and education and prevention services to the Brazos Valley. Your donations are imperative to the support and healing of survivors of sexual assault.



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1 in 3 girls and 1 in 4 boys will be affected by sexual violence by the age of 18. When you become a member of the Sexual Assault Resource Center’s monthly giving program, you join a special group of supporters reaching out monthly to provide healing for children, adults, and families affected by sexual violence. By providing a monthly donation, you are providing survivors with a consistent and reliable source of funding that allows us to provide healing to anyone who has been affected by sexual violence, regardless of their ability to pay.

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You can create a lasting legacy at the Sexual Assault Resource Center by including SARC in your estate plans.  Regardless of income level or the size of your estate, your planned gift can make a significant difference to the Sexual Resource Assault Center. A bequest to SARC can help you, and your family, reduce or avoid estate taxes and at the same time help you realize your own philanthropic objectives. Joining the Legacy Society is a lasting way to establish a profound commitment to SARC’s future. At such time as you notify us of your intentions your name will be prominently be displayed at the Center as a recognized member of the SARC Legacy Society.


If you have any questions, please contact Pamela Smits at (979) 731-1000 or Regardless of the type of bequest you intend to leave, it is important to consult a qualified lawyer, tax consultant or estate planner to assure that your wishes are carried out.


Will Bequests

 You can designate SARC to receive a specific dollar amount, a specific asset, or a percentage of the total value of your estate.


To learn more about sponsorships for events, please contact Lauren Spitznagle.

Real Estate Property

Substantial tax benefits can be achieved when you make a make a gift of your residence or property to the Center. 

Matching Gifts

A way to increase the impact of your gift to the agency. 

Life Insurance

You may name SARC has a beneficiary of your policy or donate an obsolete policy.


SARC accepts electronic transfers for gifts of securities.

Trust Bequests

Designate SARC to receive assets from your estate.


Amazon Smile and Kroger Rewards are two ways to give to SARC through rewards.