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"Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success." – Henry Ford 

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Anti-Predator Project is a legally registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to combating human trafficking in the United States. We are a full service non-profit investigative agency that specializes in criminal investigations into individuals and organizations that are involved in human trafficking, the location and recovery of American children that have been kidnapped or sold on the black market, witness/victim protection, and missing children.

We offer our services free of charge to anyone in need, no one should have to pay a fee for assistance in the darkest times of their lives. Aside from investigative and protective services, Anti-Predator Project also helps to raise community awareness about the reality of human trafficking in the United States.


Through 12 years of community-centered work and expertise in human-centered learning experience design, Walk With Me Impact's creator has recognized the need to supply a tool for others around the world who are aiming to destroy the path to incarceration through education.  


Teaching youth how to develop and apply prevention, intervention, and coping skills when facing the obstacles they encounter such as substance abuse, sexual abuse, youth violence, death, homelessness, and poverty. This expertise will now be packaged and available for people to utilize.

This set of books will help to provide at-risk youth with social-emotional learning and social support to improve their mental health, self-awareness, increase self-confidence and academic outcomes. 


AreTheyAbusive is a non-profit organization, created, owned, governed and run by women who believe that knowledge is power! Domestic violence must be stopped before it has a chance to begin... that means knowledge of historical abusers!

Our goal is to create a publicly available, searchable database for Court Ordered Restraining Protection Orders and to create a law, similar to Megan's Law, that requires convicted Domestic Violence Offenders to register.  


Together these tools give individuals the POWER to Say NO! to Domestic Violence before it has a chance to begin.   


Know means No. 

Know their history... No Abuse.

In the United States, a child is reported missing every 40 seconds.  That's an estimated 460,000 per year.  When a child is missing, time is of the essence, and being able to get quality identifying information into the hands of authorities, the press, and to volunteers in a timely matter is of key importance.


Amber Heroes provides such a service.  We will provide parents with a QR code embedded picture of their child that will link to key information that anyone with a smart phone can scan and use to help find the lost or missing child.  This information is initially only provided to the parents/guardians, so nobody has access to this information unless the parents/guardians choose to share the QR code.


Every year, or as often as needed, the picture can be updated to reflect an accurate image of the child as they age.


According to NISMART (National Incidence Studies of Missing, Abducted, Runaway, and Thrownaway Children) there are 5 main categories defining missing children:

  • Benign reasons such as misunderstandings

  • Family Abduction

  • Lost, stranded, or injured

  • Ran away or thrown away

  • Stranger Abductions


The key to rapidly finding a lost child is the ability to get accurate and useful information into the hands of those who can help locate the child and bring them safely home.  Our service will allow parents/guardians to quickly disseminate that information to law enforcement, the media, and anyone who might be able to help identify and locate the child during a time when speed and efficiency is of the essence.


Our service costs only $50 as a one-time set up fee per child. The yearly maintenance fee is only $29 and includes all updates to the picture/QR code or other identifying data (address, phone numbers, scars, allergies, etc.) To see a demo, scan the QR code on the image of the boy below, or you may click on it.

To place an order, click here.  You will be prompted to enter your contact information.  Once your payment is made you will receive a secure link from which to enter each child's information and upload a current picture.  Your protected site will be created, and you will receive the picture back embedded with a QR code for you to store and only share if needed.


Chris McDonough is an internationally known and trusted investigator and behavior expert who has interviewed thousands of people and solved hundreds of homicides for decades. Please see the link below to the Cold Case Foundation for his full bio. Leading our team behind the scenes is his better half, Karen, an award-winning investigative journalist, former crime reporter, and editor with decades of experience. Life has taught Chris that a positive attitude, respect, humor, and humility will get you through anything. Chris is grateful you're here to come along on this journey! Please like & subscribe to his channel and "Take a Seat" in The Interview Room. Thank you!

With the help of people like you, AIM is doing whatever it takes to rescue, heal, and empower survivors of trafficking to be free.

“One girl is too many, one day is too long.”



So far, we have rescued over 1500 survivors and assisted in the arrest of over 350 traffickers.

It once took 22 days to rescue a 14-year-old girl who called us from a brothel asking for our help. When we finally got to her, we learned she had been trafficked 198 times in those 22 days. So we started our own SWAT Team so we never have to wait that long again to rescue girls like her. She is now a social worker on our SWAT Team fighting to save others from the same evil that once enslaved her.


The mission at One Mom’s Battle is to raise awareness and educate family court professionals on post separation abuse as it relates to co-parenting and the family court system (divorce, paternity and child custody battles). Education on high-conflict individuals and post separation abuse will allow family court professionals (Judges, Commissioners, Magistrates, CPS workers, Guardian ad Litems (GAL), Parenting Coordinators (PC), Custody Evaluators, therapists and attorneys) to recognize the abusive dynamics that play out in the family court system so they can make decisions that are in the best interest of children.

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A Child Is Missing, Inc. (ACIM) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. A Child Is Missing Alert Program and Recovery Center assists Law Enforcement Agenicies nationwide in the early search and recovery of missing children (often with Autism, Down syndrome), the elderly (often with Alzheimer’s disease, Dementia), disabled persons, on-campus college students and other vulnerable populations, in the first hours of their disappearance.  ACIM has no jurisdictional restraints.  Our Alert Program is available to law enforcement 24/7, 365 days a year. 

We put children first.

Lost But Not Forgotten’s mission is to identify and adopt Roseville families experiencing a temporary hardship that doesn’t allow them to be able to supply the material Christmas to their family. We will strive to resolve this issue for all the children in the family.

Many of these teenagers and kids have recently had a loved one experience serious health issues, financial hardships, or even death. Because of everything they're going through, they simply cannot give their children what they truly ideal Christmas. Our job is to find generous donors who are willing to support and help these kids so they can have an unforgettable Christmas this year.

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The Chloe Randolph Organization, Inc was founded with the intent to not only bring domestic violence awareness to our community, but to provide an advocacy center, safe housing and bring education to victims, survivors and their families.

Our hope is that through sharing the tragedy of Chloe’s story we may raise awareness to the realities of Domestic Violence. We want to build a community that stands firm on the protection of those that find themselves in fearful situations.

We will work closely with our City & County Officials, State Officials, local law enforcement agencies and other Tri-State organizations to provide the much-needed resources to accomplish our goals.

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Precious Lives Foundation in partnership with Club Nirvana and our other sponsors have made it possible to host the 3rd annual charity golf tournament to assist families who have been affected by sex trafficking, domestic violence, and hardship. By providing a fun, quality, and prestigous event, PLF hopes to attract additional high calibre partners to achieve these goals of giving back to the families and communities we love!

Ken Byrnes, the Tournament Director and a founding member of Precious Lives Foundation, has made it his mission to help better the lives of others by creating events to raise funds. If you are interested in participating in this event and have questions, please call Ken at 916.224.1835.

The Precious Lives Foundation, created by Gary Meek and Ken Byrnes, has made it their mission to help others in need with a focus on victims of sex trafficking.

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