Some ways you can make a difference.

And some ways we can help.

There are many ways you can make a difference; posting to social media, sending emails to elected officials, putting a poster up at work, even convincing your neighbors to sign the petition makes a difference. The more of us involved the faster we protect children.

Send an email.

Here’s some text with the key points.

Change it. Make it personal or cut and paste it as it is.

Use this subject line for your email:

Citizens demand change. Pass Statute of Limitation reform now. Protect children.

 

[Put Your Legislators name here],

We all want to protect children from sexual abuse but the evidence shows that organizations, like the Roman Catholic Church, will protect themselves before they protect children.

Statute of Limitation reform means protecting children not the perpetrators who prey on them.

As my elected representative I hope you will vote to support reform that protects children not their rapists.

Thank you.

 

 

Make a phone call.

Calling your legislators office is easy. Your legislator will have a trained staff or answering service ready to take your call.

I’m calling for XXXXXXX to let them know I was horrified when I heard of Pennsylvania’s Grand Jury report.

We all want to protect children from sexual abuse but the evidence shows that organizations, like the Roman Catholic Church, will protect themselves before they protect children. Today 1 in every 5 children are sexually abused.

Statute of Limitation reform means protecting children not the perpetrators who prey on them.

As my elected representative I’m calling to ask that you vote to support reform that protects children not their rapists.

Thank you.

Add your name to the petitions.

Add your name to the two petitions supporting our two campaigns.

Legislators pay attention to our petitions. We make sure they do. Add your name. After all shouldn’t we protect our children not the predators who prey on them.

 

 

“Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable… Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals.” Martin Luther King

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