We are an organization that seeks to prevent child sexual abuse by educating children about body safety. We are seeking a review of our brochures, sponsor packet, website, sample grant application, fundraising appeal letters to see if they effectively convey our mission, our program, and our needs, or if they are "all over the map."
We deal with one of the most difficult and sensitive issues - child sexual abuse. Do our communication materials adequately convey the seriousness of the issue, and the impact on the community? Are our donor appeals persuasive enough to encourage people to give? Can we make our case more easily understood... more compelling? Do we answer enough questions for the reader?
Stop Abuse, Inc.'s mission is to prevent child sexual abuse through education, detection and referral.
Stop Abuse's award winning marionette program, "Simon Says Just Tell" teaches children to recognize, prevent and disclose abuse in a non-threatening environment. Thousands of cases of abuse have been prevented and hundreds of child molesters have been successfully prosecuted and imprisoned as a result of this program.