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UPDATE – WE WON! But we could still use your help – please see below.
HELP US WIN $20,000!!!

THANK YOU Tiff’s Treats for your generous donation of $20,000 to SafeHorns!

LET’S DOUBLE THE AWESOME! And do twice the good!

Now through February 28th make a donation at SafeHorns.org. Funds raised will be used towards a pilot Citizen Patrol Program. In collaboration with West Campus stakeholders, APD and UTPD to provide Patrol, Reporting to 311, Trash pick up & a friendly face in the neighborhood. (Suggested pilot area to serve West & North West Campus.)

All January, all locations of Tiff’s Treats will be celebrating their 20th anniversary, and we’ve been selected to take part in a charity competition! We need your help! If you use code SAFEHORN19 during checkout at www.cookiedelivery.com, 10% of each sale made using our code will be donated to our organization. Other groups will be receiving their own unique Tiff’s Treats codes as well. At the end of January, the charity with the highest sales will also receive a $20,000 donation! So please use our code and order cookies all January long for a cause! Happy 20th anniversary, Tiff’s Treats! #TiffsTreats#GivingIsSweet #HornsUpForSafety #Longhorns #TexasExes The University of Texas Student Government #UTAustin #UT19 #UT20#UT21 #UT22 #UT23 #SaferTogether #ThisIsTexas #HookEm #ATX#Yum #Cookies #SupportSafeHorns #EatMoreCookies

HELP US WIN $20,000

One preventable student death is too many

In April 2016, an 18-year old, first-year theater and dance major at The University of Texas at Austin was sexually assaulted and strangled. University president Gregory Fenves called the homicide an “unthinkable brutality.”

In the days following the murder, a group of concerned parents of University of Texas at Austin students formed a private Facebook group to discuss the safety of their Longhorn sons and daughters. As the group’s numbers swelled to nearly a thousand members, local Austin business leaders, members of the media, and employees of the university (some with and some without children enrolled at the university), requested that they are allowed to join the group to be able to contribute their ideas and resources.

SafeHorns is a private coalition – the result of this diverse group of concerned parents, stakeholders, and citizens – committed to taking constructive action to improve safety and security conditions for UT students, faculty, staff, and visitors.