Steve Carter, the former Willow Creek teaching pastor who resigned in light of new allegations of sexual misconduct by Willow Creek founder Bill Hybels, has just launched a new campaign to help sex abuse victims.

In a blog post, he wrote that he and his wife Sarah “feel called to lift up this grassroots campaign focused on creating scholarship programs for those who have survived church and clergy abuse.”

He explained, “Its aim is to provide survivors with access to therapy, mental health resources, and safe spaces to heal. If you have been heartbroken by the stories that have come out, if you are hurt or angry at the fallout, or if you are one of the many treasured people who have asked me how you can help, please consider a donation to this or other cause of your choice … Above all else, our family continues to pray. We pray for each woman, each survivor, each leader, each congregant, each person affected by all that has happened and all the work that is still to be done.”

So far, the “We Believe You Campaign” has raised more than $30,000.