ONALASKA, Wis. (WKBT) – An Onalaska Excessive Faculty junior is advocating for sexual assault survivors.
Jessica Randall realized that when survivors report an assault their garments are generally taken into proof.
Then, in some instances, they’re despatched house carrying paper scrubs and disposable underwear.
This actually upset Randall, so she determined she was going to do one thing about it.
She’s amassing garments by way of the complete month of February after which dropping them off at Mayo and Gundersen Well being Techniques.
Randall stated dwelling in our group, she is aware of lots of people will get behind this trigger.
“Individuals have rallied collectively earlier than to assist a trigger. I’m trusting the group that everybody will come collectively and assist, as a result of this one thing vital, and it’s vital to understand it will possibly occur to any of us and we don’t have management over it,” Randall stated Thursday.
She stated she has already obtained over $200 in clothes, and donations preserve coming in.
She’s amassing each female and male gently used or new clothes of all sizes.
You may also make a money donation, which she is utilizing to purchase new underwear, boxers, and bras.
There are drop containers at Onalaska Excessive Faculty or you possibly can contact Randall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once more, the drive takes place by way of the remainder of February.
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