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HOW DO YOUR DONATIONS HELP THE SEXUAL ASSAULT TREATMENT UNIT?
The Sexual Assault Treatment Unit (SATU) was established in 1985, and was the first dedicated unit of its kind in Europe. It has gained international recognition as a centre of excellence, based on the extensive expertise that the unit holds in the medical and forensic treatment of those who have been subject to sexual crime and also in recognition of the training programmes, both basic and advanced, that are facilitated by the unit.
Donations to the Sexual Assault Unit fund help it to maintain its reputation and provide a crucial service for victims of sexual assault and also to continue to promote the development and progression of national services for men and women who have been sexually assaulted by a close involvement with An Garda Siochana and forensic laboratory services.
The Rotunda Foundation (formerly known as the Friends of the Rotunda) is the official fundraising arm and registered Charity (CHY20091) for the Rotunda Hospital and operates entirely on revenue it raises each year and does not receive any State Funding.