Welcome :: fromanonymous

Anonymous Reporting

Don’t Be a Victim

a simple, fast and powerful solution to report wrongdoing


fromanonymous.com. has been in development since April 2017. There are too many stories where a victim of bullying, sexual assault and drugs, among others, goes unreported. The main reasons are due to being scared, fear of reprisal or thinking you, the victim, did something wrong. Something needs to be done.

The goal of fromanonymous.com is to provide a solution where a victim can have a voice without having to come forward. fromanonymous.com is unique where it allows the victim to anonymously report an incident with the receiver of the report still being able to communicate with the victim through our program. The program allows for various issues to be reported and has many additional features making it a robust reporting tool.

Once the program is recognized, children to adults will benefit from being able to report an incident and tell their story without living in fear of reprisal. Imagine if the victims of Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby, Matt Lauer, Roger Ailes and countless others had the ability to speak without fear? Scores of lives would have been saved from abuse or having been destroyed. While these are adults, imagine how much fear is in a college / university student who suffers an act of sexual assault, let alone a 12th grade and below student suffering from everyday bullying or other abuses.

While anonymous reporting has a current stigma of being only one way, the program, allowing for two-way communications, brings it to a 21st century approach of reporting. While we may get thanks and hear stories about how fromanonymous.com helped someone in their life, we need to remember that 1% of students stay home from school every day due to bullying and that only 1 out of every 3 sexual assaults get reported. History has shown us how much goes unreported and countless victims suffer and predators can continue hurting others. It is about time we change the course of history and give the victim a voice!

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