We truly appreciate every donation we receive because they help us to support survivors of sexual violence in Devon and Torbay.
You can donate to Devon Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Services using any of the following methods.
PayPal Giving Fund you will need to create or sign in to your PayPal Account.
Bank Transfer, please contact the office to arrange a direct bank transfer.
Cheque made payable to Devon Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Services, PO Box 765, Exeter. EX1 9TG
Give as you Live allows you to shop name brands whilst also raising money for Devon Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Services. Select us as your chosen charity and Give as you Live will make a donation to us for every purchase you make.
Amazon Smile is the same as traditional Amazon, however it donates 0.5% of net purchase prices to your chosen charity. To support us simply sign up and choose Devon Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Services as your chosen charity, then shop as normal. If you use Chrome, Safari or Firefox you can use Smilematic which is a free extension that will automatically turn your everyday Amazon purchases into AmazonSmile donations.
Thank you for supporting our organisation
Donations help us to support survivors of sexual violence in Devon and we truly appreciate every donation we receive.
I didn't even realise how much stronger I was actually capable of being and how insecure I had felt, how much blame and criticism I was putting on myself.
Feeling less frightened and more independent.
I can sleep without fear (can't remember the last time I was too scared to sleep for nightmares, doesn't happen anymore!) - I have ways to manage my intrusive thoughts and I feel much less afraid.
Huge impact of nightmares almost completely going. I can cope with them now. I feel I have a future.
I am stronger in myself to move onto pattern changing and become emotionally stronger to deal with everyday challenges and my mental health.
Fantastic service- patient and attentive to needs. Have experienced counselling in the past and felt like I was being processed rather than respected as an individual.