Survivors of Incest Anonymous
for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse
Shop for contributions in our literature store.
We have new literature coming, and eventually a big book. Shop here for audio and pdf downloads of SIA conference approved literature. The shop now features the draft copy of the steps workbook.
Contribute Through PayPal (Once, Monthly, or Annually)
Monthly giving provides critical year-round support. Recurring gifts allow you to spread your contribution over small monthly gifts while allowing us to have a dependable base of support that saves time, banking fees, and paper. Choose the one-time, monthly, or annual amount that you’d like to give, complete the rest of the form, and be sure to check the “Yes, automatically repeat this gift” option.
Go Old School and Mail A Check
You may also mail your tax deductible contribution to the address below. Please indicate if you are giving to our Sustainability Campaign and if you wish to receive an acknowledgement for tax purposes.
PO Box 7078
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Every Penny Counts
Survivors of Incest Anonymous strives to be fully self-supporting. Every gift, no matter how big or how small, contributes to SIA’s World Service Office, which is entirely volunteer-run, being able to help survivors around the globe. All contributions are tax-deductible. Every penny helps us to continue our mission of helping survivors to connect with each other and our literature – thank you for supporting your fellowship. SIA considers any gift initiated by, or in memory or support of an individual survivor member, such as one from a friend or relative, a place of employment, proceeds from a publication or other entity, or in support of SIA as a whole, to be within the self-supporting part of the SIA Seventh Tradition. SIA considers contributions made as a result of a survivor’s involvement with SIA to be directly related to that survivor; these are therefore considered part of the SIA self-supporting tradition. The Board of Trustees reiterates that all contributions, including those from survivors themselves, cannot interfere with the mission, program, or independence of SIA. The Board of Trustees is responsible for overseeing adherence to this Seventh Tradition and will decline any gift that does not meet this standard.