we believe that no survivor of gender-based violence should have to stand alone, and strive to End violence through comprehensive culture change. 

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It is our mission to provide educational opportunities for our community and access to holistic healing and support for survivors of gender-based violence.

We believe that support and community can be a catalyst for healing, and education and awareness are the keys to prevention.  


The Hollywood Reporter: ‘Heart of Gold’ Team on Capturing “Historical Moment” for Women in HBO Gymnastics Scandal Doc

Trinea Gonczar and Amanda Thomashow speak at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of “At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal.”

Sister Survivor, Amanda Thomashow, Receives Prestigious Justice Award at Annual Ceremony

“Amanda [Thomashow] is truly one of the most predominate forces in this courageous movement to end campus violence against women.”

Nationally Recognized Sister Survivors Form New Nonprofit

Survivor Strong will support sexual assault survivors through healing, education and advocacy.

espnW Roundtable: Sister Survivors share experiences, strength, hope

In October 2018, Amanda Thomashow and Trinea Gonczar participated in a roundtable discussion with Sister Survivors moderated by ESPN investigative reporter Tisha Thompson.

Detroit News: Nassar accuser Thomashow steps up in courtroom and Congress

“‘I’m excited to send a message of hope and empowerment to other survivors,’ said Thomashow, who regards herself as a survivor advocate — not a victim.”

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