Are you SASSy? Join our team!
We are hiring for a Volunteer & Training Coordinator position! The Volunteer & Training Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the recruitment, training, supervision, scheduling and retention of all volunteers and interns and providing crisis intervention/advocacy services. The Volunteer & Training Coordinator also represents the agency in the community and serves as the initial point of contact for community members and service providers who request information and training about SASS or sexual assault.
For more information about how to apply and a full job description, please click here.
The deadline to submit your art work for the Survivor Art Show has been extended to Friday, 7/21.
Your art will be displayed for the entirety of August at Oregon Wine Lab, with a fundraising event at the First Friday Art Walk, 8/4!!
Please Submit your work here!
email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions
SASS is holding a fundraiser this Summer, showcasing the works of local artists affected by sexual violence. Pieces will be displayed for the entire month of August at the Oregon Wine Lab! During the First Friday Art Walk, we will be hosting a silent auction sponsored by local companies looking to contribute to the fight against sexual violence and oppression.
Donations from community members are welcome!
If you would like to donate to the silent auction, please email email@example.com or call (541)484-9791 ext.317
There is no entry fee, this is to reduce as many barriers as possible.
Submissions are welcomed in all languages, as well as from survivors of all ages, genders, sexualities, races, and cultures.
Your work can remain anonymous, if you prefer.
Each artist can submit up to 5 pieces.
Once your submission is received, we will be in touch if we have further questions. If you do not hear from us by July 21st, or if you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (541) 484-9791 ext. 317.
Please submit your work here.
Take Back the Night is a yearly international protest founded in 1976 which seeks to raise awareness about the realities of sexual violence on campus and in the community, both for survivors of sexual violence and those who want to support and bear witness in solidarity.
Take Back the Night is a survivor-centered event that begins with a Rally in the EMU Amphitheater, continues as a March through the streets of Eugene to symbolize reclaiming people’s safety on public streets at night, and ends with a Speak-Out in the community during which survivors and their allies can share personal stories of how sexual violence has impacted their lives.
TBTN is organized by the ASUO Women’s Center in coalition with Sexual Assault Support Services of Lane County (SASS) and the University of Oregon Campus Community.