How Donations Help
The commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) is a massive criminal business. Similar to any other economy, this underground market is fueled by the forces of supply and demand. People are willing to pay money to have sex with enslaved children, and Atlanta’s national and international interconnectedness creates one of the strongest commercial centers in the world for this trade to take place. There must be a stable financial footing for the opposition to fight against this illegal market. INnocence Atlanta and Meet Justice are working to link with other organizations, such as Street GRACE, A Future Not a Past, Wellspring Living, and others who wish to help stop CSEC and serve the children who have become victims of this crime.
Awareness works. When the business of the perpetrators is exposed to the light, their platform of secrecy is crippled. When families know the prevalence and dangers of CSEC, they can better protect their children. When horrifying facts are unveiled to the public, nobody can push them under the rug.
Your donations will help INnocence Atlanta:
- Co-host awareness events, such as our Evening Out nights at local restaurants.
- Sustain and continuously update our educational website and our additional social media tools (Facebook Page, Facebook Cause, Twitter link). Much of our in-office efforts are committed to maintaining contact with the community through social media—your donations help us keep our software and hardware up-to-date and provide adequate office space for our staff and interns.
- Link volunteers with organizations looking for the help and allow brainstorming for new ways to raise awareness and take action against CSEC.
- INnocence Atlanta and Meet Justice offer these funds to help support special projects such as PSA’s and other single events that require additional financial assistance.
If you have any questions about any of these projects and how exactly your money is being utilized, please visit the Contact Us page and ask any questions you have in the “Message” field.