Today we are publicly launching #KeepKidsSafe, a communications campaign to raise awareness about our recent letter to Congress and the urgent need to prioritize violence prevention and response for children–especially sexual violence and abuse–during COVID-19 and beyond.
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We would be very grateful if you could help us spread the word!
1. Share #KeepKidsSafe with your networks: Reach out to your networks to join our groundbreaking, united front of adult survivors of child sexual abuse and exploitation and national leaders, who are calling on Congress to invest in children now. By visiting our action hub (www.keep-kids-safe.org), they can sign the letter, share with Members of Congress directly, share on social media, and learn more about how they can prevent sexual violence and abuse against children.
2. Share on social media: By using our social media toolkit, you can urge your supporters and community to demand that Congress prioritize the safety and wellbeing of all children in our national COVID-19 response. To raise awareness about the impact of child sexual abuse and to showcase the strength of survivors, we are asking individuals to share a photo from childhood along with your brief story of survivorship and resiliency using #KeepKidsSafe.
3. Share in your thought leadership pieces: To further increase our reach, we are working on an op-ed and media strategy, and ask that you include #KeepKidsSafe in your upcoming thought leadership pieces (blogs, op-eds, etc.). We are happy to provide sample language to assist.
To learn more about how you can help with our collective efforts, please join us for a brief call on Thursday, June 25th, at noon EST to walk through our communications plan and answer any questions.
In the meantime, if you have any questions, please reach out directly to Together for Girls’ Director of Communications, Katherine Brandon: email@example.com
Thank you for your time and leadership as we work together to break the cycle of violence against children during this moment of crisis and beyond.