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Sexual Assault Awareness

April is sexual assault awareness month, but this is something we need to focus on every month, every day. There are more children and adult victims around us than you could imagine. So please learn to recognize the signs and know what the resources are to guide to for help.

Please take this seriously and shine a light into dark corners where predators hide, and where certain professionals profit by helping to block evidence and testimony to help these children. Child abuse is a crime, and so is covering up child abuse. #ProfitOverProtection

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Child abuse can be prevented

Funding: Do More with What You Have

We have an urgent and growing need for intervention and greater awareness to protect children, and to restore them to loving parents and family members. This is at the core of the work I do with My Advocate Center.

If you feel blessed to be in a better position, to be thriving in your career, your home life and to feel fortunate to be able to provide for your children…or if you are just thankful to have your health, please consider doing more with what you have!

There are people, including children, who right now are in need of your support.  Every amount makes a difference, and I hope you’ll read and respond to this request today.

What can you do?  You can contribute here, and if you have another way to help influence more positive outcomes for families and children please let us know!

Please donate here, or contact our team at MyAdvocateCenter.com to learn about making tax-deductible donations or lending other support. My Advocate Center is not a 501(c)3 organization at this time, but is a registered Georgia Non-Profit company. Your support is greatly appreciated!



If you want to know more about me please visit my LinkedIn page, and learn why this alliance is growing quickly and why professionals and business owners are endorsing this work the way they are.  Please send me a note via LinkedIn or through MyAdvocateCenter.com. There are many ways to contribute!

Thank you for being a part of something unique and helping me and this organization make a difference!

Deb Beacham