ONALASKA, Wis. (WKBT) – A 3rd-year scholar at Onalaska Excessive College is advocating for survivors of sexual assault.
Jessica Randall discovered that when survivors report an assault, their clothes is usually taken as proof.
Then, in some circumstances, they’re despatched residence with paper robes and disposable underwear.
This actually upset Randall, so he determined he was going to do one thing about it.
She is accumulating garments all through the month of February after which drops it off at Mayo and Gundersen Well being Programs.
Randall mentioned that, residing in our group, he is aware of that many individuals will assist this trigger.
“Individuals have come collectively earlier than to assist a trigger. I belief the group that everybody will come collectively and assist, as a result of that is one thing vital, and you will need to understand that it might probably occur to any of us and that we’ve got no management over that, ”Randall mentioned Thursday.
He mentioned he is already obtained greater than $ 200 price of clothes and donations preserve coming in.
She is accumulating new or used clothes little by little, each female and male, of all sizes.
You can even make a money donation, which she is going to use to purchase new underwear, boxers and bras.
There are mailboxes at Onalaska Center College or you’ll be able to attain Randall at email@example.com.
Once more, the journey takes place throughout the remainder of February.
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