R.O.S.A is fully committed to spreading awareness to empower our children, heal victims, educate adults and transform society’s response to sexual assault. As a sexual assault survivor from the age of three, R.O.S.A’s founder Tona Buck knows firsthand that breaking the silence is the first step from victim to survivor. When she finally had the courage to tell her mother about the abuse, her mother’s response was “I wish you would have told me.” Her response to her mother was “I didn’t know what to tell.” Tragically, not knowing how or what to tell is one of the main reasons child victims don’t report their abuse. We walk to let the courageous women and men who have been the victims of sexual assault know, there is support, they have a voice, and it will be heard. Together we stand, to say NO MORE!