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Our organization is funded by generous contributions from our supporters. Donations are tax deductible and are used to develop educational programs, literature, and development of a legal defense fund to aid families and victims. We also have "Sponsorship" benefits. More information can be found on the "Recurring Donations" page.



 

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Mission Statement:

"To heighten awareness of the hidden epidemic of child sexual abuse through educating parents, caregivers, professionals, and others with the intent to remove the veil of this horrific crime and expose the truth of its tragic impact on children and adult survivors."

"Childhood: It Should Not Hurt!" authored by MASA's founder Dr. Claire Reeves, is recommended by the
American Bar Association, referenced by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and has been chosen by James Madison University as part of their psychology curriculum.

MASA is fast approaching its 20th anniversary! We have helped numerous victims and their families obtain the resources to start healing, and begin their journey as a survivor. We have also developed and implemented educational programs for schools, to raise awareness of the child sexual abuse epidemic. Our organization is currently partnering with many other groups and activists devoted to this same cause; our unified goal is exposure of corrupt systems, reformation of laws and procedures, and eventual eradication of this horrific crime! With your help, beit via donation, volunteering, enlightening others, etc., we can achieve these goals! No effort or amount is too small!

Featured Reading for Spring!

Branded by Carolyn Hendrix Engledow

Branded I Have a New Identity in Christ by Carolyn Hendrix Engledow

"When Carolyn's mother left her unattended, she was molested and raped by sex-crazed predators, and beaten repeatedly by enraged adults. Unwittingly, she opened the door to a disastrous destiny that ruined her child's dignity, as she fell prey to a life of filth and degradation. Eventually, God stepped into her life and gave her a divine detour, that caused her to love and forgive her mother and her abusers. Jesus changed her life, and the lives of many others, through her ministry of restoration to the brokenhearted. Today, she is the President-Founder of TECHM International, which is 300+ ministers strong and growing. The foundation has developed branches in Europe, North America, Central America, Africa, and Asia."

Other News:

Jovan Ward, an advocate in the fight against child abuse and neglect, crowned Miss Teen World Canada!

Former defensive coordinator for Penn State and founder of the Second Mile nonprofit, Jerry Sandusky, facing forty charges of child sexual abuse!

Dr. Kimberly Lindsey, an official with the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), was arrested and charged with two counts of molestation and one count of beastiality!

L.A. Times reports that 1000 foster homes matched the addresses for registered sex offenders!