WE CAN DO THIS
The Natalie Project (#ustoo) is a family-driven sexual assault prevention advocacy organization whose mission is to raise awareness that the rate of sexual assault amongst people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) is of epidemic levels due to a vulnerable system. The Project empowers caregivers with effective planning tools to manage suspected abuse and builds a community of advocates for systemic change.
The work revolves around bringing about awareness to the issue through social media and strategic partnerships, empowering families with a toolkit to manage suspected abuse, building a community of support for survivors online and advocating for systems change.
AMONG INDIVIDUALS WITH IDD
MEN & WOMEN WITH IDD
ASSAULTED WITHIN THEIR LIFETIME
RATE OF RISK
AMONG WOMEN WITH IDD
RATE OF RISK
AMONG ADULTS & YOUTH WITH IDD COMPARED TO THOSE WITHOUT DISABILITIES
YOUR SUPPORT MATTERS
From personal stories, to partnering with us on championing healing, to supporting our work through a monetary donation, there is a place for you within The Natalie Project.
Get in touch with The Natalie Project to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.
This website was made possible with a generous donation made by Natalie's father, Withbert Walter Payne.
The Natalie Project is a fiscally sponsored project of Social Good Fund, a California nonprofit corporation and registered 501(c)(3) organization, Tax ID (EIN) 46-1323531.