Zinner & Co. partner Sue Krantz, CPA, CGMA, recently completed her term on the Board of the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center.
For the past nine years, Krantz was honored to serve, most recently as Treasurer and a member of the Executive Committee.
“While my term has come to a close, I was proud and in awe of the significant accomplishments, which took place at CRCC while I was a member of the Board,” she said. “CRCC expanded its offices and staffing in order to improve access to its free services, which are now offered in four counties, in many regional satellite offices and at partner agency locations.”
The rise of the #MeToo movement, as well as high profile and celebrity and public sexual assault allegations have inspired an unprecedented volume of survivors to speak out and ask for help. CRCC works tirelessly to help survivors find the healing they need and justice they deserve.
For survivors of rape and sexual assault, it can be hard to find hope in the midst of suffering, grief and anger, but CRCC is always there to support survivors and their loved ones.
The Cleveland Rape Crisis Center supports survivors of rape and sexual abuse, promotes healing and prevention and advocates for social change. Each year, more than 64,000 people, one-third of them youth, find support by participating in the Center’s counseling, advocacy and education programs in Cuyahoga County, Ashtabula County, Geauga County and Lake County.
For more information and to donate, visit clevelandrapecrisis.org or call or text their 24-hour Crisis and Support Hotline at 216-619-6192 for support and information for survivors.