Kari Joys, her associate Melissa, and I spoke at the Spokane Public Library. Thank you Kari and Melissa for donating your time and talents.
Thank you Roger for donating 20.00 for gas and buying me breakfast.
Lewis and Clark College Group on the Old Oregon Trail
Another Group On The Yellow Brick Road
Susan Garren and I provided empowerment tools for community leaders, grandparents, and parents, at the Woodstock Public Library for a small crowd. Thank you Susan for the hospitality and for sharing your voice.
Moscow, ID/Pullman, WA
We had a great crowd for the conference in Pullman, Speakers included Jill Donaley/ICAREforchildren.org, Idaho Children's Trust Fund, and Darkness To Light, Tamara Jell/AVTP.org and Callie Metzner/CVSC8.org, Monica/CPS, and Connie Lee/FACSAFoundation.orgThank you ladies for the educational programs you inspire in your community.
I met John and a couple of young ladies, in Hell's Canyon, who were Royalty for the Lewis County Fair. I had to stop and get this picture, for I felt if they could be in Hell's Canyon, and chase their dreams, then you can step out of your comfort zone, by starting today, to fulfill your dreams. Tomorrow may be to late.
Reno, NV and Boise ID were postponed until May 2014, We needed more time to put this event together, and funds to pay for the venues and gas.
While on my way to Moscow, ID/Pullman, WA, for the May 07 conference, I stopped in at Winnemucca, NV, for a to be a guest on Annie O'Sullivan's Radio Show, which is a very educational and uplifting show. Please check it out.
Thank you Mark and Cindy for the Great Friendship and warm hospitality. Spaghetti and tea were great too.
We spoke in Sacramento, CA, at the Capitol Building. We were on the North Side, March of Dimes on the west side, and Save the wolves on the south side. Great day with some powerful and inspiring presentations.
April 27, Sacramento, CA, State Capital Building, North Side-1400 Tenth St., Sacramento, CA, 95814, Mark Sconce/Parent of Courtney Hannah Sconce, L. Rico Ozaki, Esq./My Sister's House, Misa Leonessa Garaveglia/Beyond Abuse Radio, Connie Lee/FACSAFoundation.org,
Missing were Cindy and Monster :) Thank you all for the hospitality
Thank you Rebecca Kimbel for the interview, good company, and friendly hospitality.
Trinidad Beach and Hwy 36
Come along with us to the Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project, April 25, 10-12:30 p.m., Aquatic Center,921 Waterfront Drive, Eureka, California 95501 Annie O'Sullivan/Can You Hear Me Now, Kelly Behr/Mountain Goddess Unplugged, Rebecca Kimble/Speaker/Author/Radio and Television Host, and Connie Lee/FACSAFoundation.org Don't miss these phenomenal speakers from your area! Please join us Thursday Morning to gain the tools and resources you need to empower community leaders, grandparents, and parents, to be the frontline defense for your children!
On My way to Eureka, I stopped in at the Watsonville, Sand Dollar Beach, where there are more whole sand dollars than you can shake a stick at :)
San Francisco Bridge
San Diego Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project at FACSAFoundation.org, with Carrie Christie and Susan Birger/IamSJK.com
Thank you Mika for hosting the Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project. I enjoyed collaborating with you on this event, and getting to know your family, Patti, Cameron, Harley, and Dixie.
Left to Right: Connie Lee/FACSA Foundation.org, Bo Budinsky/Save One Survivor, and Mike Moulton/Christophers Clubhouse
Logo Designed by Rose E. Grier
We would like to invite you to the debut of "The Cries of Nations" performed by the Cahedral City High School Choir and Palm Desert High School Drama Team, for the Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project (FACSAFoundation.org),Christophers Clubhouse.org, Bo Budinsky/Save One Survivor, and It Happens To Boys: Carol Teitlebaum, Randy Boyd, Scott Smith, Daniel Marquez. at the
Salvation Army, 30-400 Landau Blvd., Cathedral City, CA, April 17, 2013, 10-2p.m.
I have met some phenomenal people and some great groups which I would like to share with you, along this tour, so I will start from the beginning. Reclaim Global, Inc., in Jacksonville, Fl., and Dr. Kaye Smith, Stu, and the Reclaim Global...team show strentgh in excellence! Help people deal with trauma. Reclaimglobal.org Curtis Joe and The Relatives.org in Charoltte, NC, help abused kids from the streets. They could use the toiletries from hotels, and travelers, which you can send to Contact The Relatives
CRISIS HOTLINE – 704.377.0602
For services, opportunities, & general Inquiries 704-377-0602 The Relatives 1100 East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203
Email The Relatives. www.TheRelatives.org Neets Sweets, Charoltte, NC. Neet helps young victims of human trafficking, transition to a promising life, and gives them the tools to succeed. Kudos to her! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Neets-Sweets-Inc/165567153487948?fref=ts Mika Moulton, ChristophersClubhouse.org. Empowering teens and children to stay safe. Prevention/Education of child sexual assault. Great resource for her community in Palm Springs, CA. AliciaKozakiewicz, @Alicia Project, who is changing the laws against online predators and helping to catch local predators in Pittsburg, PA, but has now moved to Chicago,IL, where she will be well received. Vote to pass Alicia's Law in your state!See More
I am in Palm Sprins with Mika and Patti, from Christophers Clubhouse.
The Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project is in Barstow, CA, at a McDonald's made out of an old train, working on upcoming events. Very cool! Pics below are of the trip from Las Vegas, Nevada to Barstow, CA. We are on our way to Palm Springs, CA for the conference, April 17, Palm Springs, Salvation Army, 30-400 Landau Blvd. Cathedral City, CA. 10-2 p.m. Mika Mouton/Christopher's Clubhouse, Bo Budinsky/SaveOneSurvivor, Connie Lee/FACSA Foundation.org, and It Happens to Boys: Carol Teitlebaum, Randy Boyd, Scott Smith, Daniel Marquez, Cathedral High School Choir and Mae LeRoy, and Palm Desert High School Drama Team, who will debut the riveting and emotional "The Cries Of Nations!" Please join us for this free conference. Christopher's Clubhouse and Mika Moulton are providing lunch.
Headed to Las Vegas, Nevada, Lake Mead, Boulder City, Nevada
Hoover Dam, Nevada
Las Vegas. This event was cancelled for we did not have the funds to pay for the venue.
I stopped by the Grand Canyon, after leaving Flagstaff, AZ. It was simply breath taking!!
Thank you Little America Hotel for donating a room for the night, while we are in the Flagstaff , AZ area for the Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project, at FACSA Foundation.org. Thank you Sher Wheeler and Kevin for helping me obtain a room tonight, so I am not having to stay at the rest area. Thank you Fred Reese for your generosity. It is a beautifil room and I took a long bath, and about to lay in a comfortable bed, for a good nights sleep.
Albuquerque had some beautiful sites and beautiful people. I met Dororthy and Al Haded, who carried me to dinner, and gave me a shower; but most of all I met two new lifelong friends, whose friendship I will always treasure. For moments like these, make the sacrifices worth it.
We have been in Roswell, NM all week for the Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project. The first thing I did when I arrived in town, was go to the Roswell Visitor's Center, the UFO Museum and the Art Museum. Posted below is some photos of both, as well the boy and girl reading on the pbench, which is located in front of the Roswell Public Library, where we held our conference. Thank you Mike Jaxson and all of your team, for the radio plug in on Pecos Valley Broadcasting Company, KSVP Radio, La Gran D 106.1, KZ93, and 106.5 Jack FM. We greatly appreciate your help for the FACSA Foundation.org It was a pleasure to meet the fine people of Roswell, NM, but now we are headed to ALbuquerque, NM, for a conference at the West Gate Library on 1300 Delgado St. Please join us on this incredible adventure, as we make change and crfeate a paradigm shift of child sexual assault and human traffficking, together. Your voice really does matter!!
The Silence Tour and Documentary Project, to conference at the March 16, Albuquerque, NM, Alberquerque West Gate Library, 1300 Delgado Street, (Auditorium) 10-1p.m.
I am sharing some photos of Roswell, NM's UFO Museum and the Art Museum. Conflicted, by Ryder Richards is made of gun powder. Fascinating!!
I am in Santa Rosa, NM, repairing the car. I had to have a new alternator. See you soon in a town near you. FACSAFoundation.org Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project.
Just received news from the mechanic that my alternator is fine, it is just a short in my wiring under the dash.
18 degrees today and Snow at Wal-Mart, in Colby, KS, outside of Oakley, KS (We don't see this at home folks :)
I am currently in Colby, KS, working on venues for upcoming free education'prevention conferences on child sexual assault prevention and human trafficking prevention; and obtainging speakers and talent for the events. It is 18 degrees outside and us southern belles are not use to it being that cold. We are warm blooded creatures, and like to stay that way.
Please join us tonight, March 05, 2013, Oakley, KS, 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Northwest Kansas Service Center, 703 West Second Street, Oakley, KS 67748.
If you can not make it, please join us online and follow this incredible journey!! We hope to see you in a town near you!!
Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project: March 02, 2013
On my way to Oakley Kansas. Pulled in at an Inn because it was going to be 17 degrees last night. They were wrong, it was 14 degrees. There is still a lot of snow in Kansas. It is a good day to stay in and work on upcoming venues, and promoting our research. If you would like to help, please email me, Connie Lee, at firstname.lastname@example.org; or call 318.540.4464; FACSAFoundation.org
The Spring/Summer Tour is listed under the Shatter The Silence Tour and to the right of the front page. Listed below is our financials for the Winter Tour.
FACSA Financial Statement for the Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project, Winter Tour 2012
Ink for Promotional/Educational Items/Research Questionnaires/Petitions $114.35
Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project
FACSAFOUNDATION.ORG McNeal Foundation
William David McCain Library 118 College Drive, Hattiesburg, MS. 39406 December 05, 2012 2-4 p.m. Contact: Connie Lee 318.540.4464
Creating a paradigm shift, the FACSA Foundation (Family and Friends Fighting Against Child Sexual Assault) is hosting the Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project filming a documentary on survivors stories from across the nation, conducting research on how child sexual assault is affecting our local communities, and hosting free public education prevention conferences across the nation, on prevention of child sexual assault and human trafficking.
We will host the last of the Winter Tour Conferences in Hattiesburg, Mississippi December 05, 2012, at the William David McCain Library, 118 College Dr, Hattiesburg, MS 39406, from 2-4 pm. Please join the highly anticipated Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project, with Ronald McNeal from the McNeal Foundation for the free conference on prevention and education of child sexual assault and human trafficking.
We are providing safer environments for children, changing the social stigma of child sexual assault, changing public policies, and have created a paradigm shift for Shattering The Silence of rape, child sexual assault, and human trafficking. You can help a child through the resources we provide, by providing this service for communities, parents, and grandparents to use, by changing public policies, and educating communites on prevention of child sexual assault. By helping others heal from all kinds of trauma, helping suriviors become thrivers, and providing safer environments for children, we can make a difference together!
State Capital Building, North Side-1400 Tenth St., Sacramento, CA, 95814
Saturday, November 10, 2012 10 a.m-3 p.m.
Contact: Connie Lee 318.540.4464
Sacremento Shasta Mountains
Mark Sconce/ Father of Murdered Victim Courtney Hannah Sconce
Chaplain Mindi Russell/Sacremento Police Chaplain
Lynne Brown/Advocates for Public Safety/Crime Prevention Consultant
Misa Leonessa Garavagalia/ Life Coach/Host and Producer at Beyond Abuse Radio, Trauma and Relationship Coach, Spiritual Director
Connie Lee/FACSA Foundation/Founder/President
Headed to Sacremento and L.A. CA soon to conference at the Sacramento, California, November 10- State Capital Building, North Side-1400 Tenth St., Sacramento, CA, 95814 10 am- 3 pm Misa Leonessa Garaveglia, Mark Sconce, Chaplain Mindi Russell, Connie Lee,
Las Angeles, California, November 12- California Endowment Center, 1000 N. Alameda Street, LA, CA.- 10a.m.- 2 P.m. Dr. Kathie Mathis, Mika Moulton, Tiffany Moon, Brenda Clubine-Coolbaugh, Connie Lee, Michal Madison, Dr. Jaime Romo
For those following the Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary project and for those who have graciously donated their time and talents, I wanted to share some promising news with you. I talked with an associate at HBO day before yesterday and they have turned our documentary proposal over to their prevention people. This is good news considering many don't make it that far. I should know within three months, if they will pick it up. Keep us in your prayers, for this, the tour, and the change we will alll make together!
Fabulous voices of the Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project in Eugene Or. Susan Garren/Publisher/Advocate/Survivor Annie O'Sullivan/Author/Survivor/Advocate
Kelly Behr/ Mountain Goddess Unplugged.com Connie Lee/FACSA Foundation.org/Advocate/Survivor
Susan Garren took this photo at the Eugene, OR stop for the Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project! Isn't a fabulous photo Michal? Samantha I found a few of your pins in another box, which are mirrored in this photo.
Pennie Suam/Advocate/Survivor/ Speaker
Shellee Hale/Advocate/Radio Personality/Crime Victims Advocate, Intel Analyst, Voice for the Missing, TV/Radio Host The Shellee Hale Show Fridays 1-2pm PST KKNW/
Connie Lee/Advocate/Speaker/President and Founder of the FACSA Foundation at FACSA Foundation.org
Thank you ladies for your love and support for the Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project
The Public Library of Puyallup WA has a room for us to use Sat from 11-2pm. 324 South Meridian Puyallup, WA 98371
See you there!
Tacoma, WA event has been postponed until the Spring/Summer Tour unless we can find a venue in a day. The library is having technical difficulties. That information would have been helpful beofre I drove 24 hours straight from the 2 inches of snow in Wyoming, and the snow in Pendleton, Or. last night, and spent expenses to get there. I am sorry for the speakers who took out time for this day and were scheduled to speak. I will continue to work on the venue through tomorrow, and will keep you posted.
Made it to Tacoma, WA. last night about 12:45a.m had been driving for 24 hours becuase it began to snow in Wyoming, and I did not want to be snowed in. Left Wyoming at 12:30 a.m. yesterday, ran into more snow on the other side of Pendleton, Or. and made it into Tacoma, Wa about 12:45 a.m. this morning. Now to catch up on work, before conferencing at October 27-Tacoma Moore Public Library, 215 South 56th Street, Tacoma, WA. Time 2-5pm
Pennie Suam, Susie Kroll, Connie Lee, Lawrence "Larry" Daly, Shellee Hale,
I will also be interviewed by Shelle Hale on her radio show, Camandago, Inc. Friday
Thank you Julie Federico, Amelia, and Olivia for all of your assistance, support, and love.You made Denver a great stop for the Shattering The Silence Tour, not only for all of your hard work, but mostly for being my friend.
Denver conference went great and we obtained some phenomenal interviews for the documentary!
Getting prepared for the Denver Conference at the Daniels Fund, October 19-
101 Monroe St.
Denver, CO 80206
Denver, CO, 2012, 9a.m.-2p.m. October 19, 2012
Julie Federico, Connie Lee, Kemi Chavez, Lindsey Breslin
We met Tuesday in Omaha, NE, at the beautiful Milwaukee Public Library Tuesday,215 S. 15th Street, Omaha Dr. Rosenna Bakari, Talking Trees, Rhonda Begos, Advocate/Speaker, and myself, Connie Lee in a round table discussion on how to heal, change our society, clergy abuse, and providing safer environments for kid. We want to thank the staff for all of their assistance, especially Manuel.
Dr. Rosenna went to lunch at Sullivan's Steakhouse, across the street, from the library for a very delicious meal. It had a great bar setting, including live musical equipment, and a fireplace patio. Too bad I did not have a date; but the waiter looked promising.
Please go to Sullivan's and try their Scallop and Asian Salad. It was incredible!!
We conferenced at the beautiful Milwaukee Public Library Tuesday, Dr. Rosenna Bakari, Talking Trees, Rhonda Begos, Advocate/Speaker, and myself, Connie Lee in a round table discussion on how to heal, change our society, Jerry Sandusky sentencing, signs to watch for and solutions of child abuse, and much more.
I stopped by El Rancho Grande in New Buffalo, Michigan, for some authentic mexican food; and must I say it was delicious!! If that was not enough to pick up your spirits, then the halloween decorations would have. It was a great dining experience. When we you are traveling across America, dining moments like these are priceless.
The Spring/Summer Tour is up in the tab at the top "Shattering The Silence Tour"
On my way to Cincinnati!
Shattering The Silence Tour in
Boston MA, at the Codman Square Health Center.
Connie Lee - FACSA Foundation (Family and
Friends Fighting Against Child Sexual Assault) FACSAFoundation.org
Connie Lee - FACSA Foundation (Family and Friends
Fighting Against Child Sexual Assault) FACSAFoundation.org
Connie Lee's closing thoughts
I wanted to sleep on this before I made a final decision, we are changing the title of the Tour and Documentary Project to Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project. We want it to be a collaborative and cohesive effort. Thank you for your continued support, encouragement, and love. Take care,
The FACSA Foundation met some phenomenal people, advocates, and organizations at Sollers Point, like Lori McClain, Joe Haggerty, Naksha Uqdah, Sholanda Moody, Dr. Emily Samuelson, and friends. Thanks to Sollers Point for helping us with technical difficulty.
The Holocuast of Innocence Tour and Documentary Project has now made it to Baltimore, Maryland.Baltimore Maryland, Septmeber 07-
Sollers Point Community Center 323 Sollers Point Road Dundalk, MD. 21227
Joe Haggerty, Dr. Emily Samuelson, Nikasha Uqdah, Connie Lee, Lori McClain,
I came in early to pay for the venue and do some promotional work. Pray for us and please donate to support our mission at FACSA Foundation.org.
We made it to Charlotte, NC, but we have been staying at the Howard Johnson in Rock Hill (It is a nice hotel, economical, wonderful service, and very friendly managers, and staff.) We will stay again at the end of the tour. I spoke to a group of young adults at On Ramp yesterday, I really enjoyed meeting them. Thank you Curtis Joe, Michael Sexton, and Neet's Child for sharing your touching stories with us. The documentary will be very powerful, educational, and intriguiing, with the latest healing therapies, and counseling techniques that are most efficient. I liked the fine people of North Carolina and South Carolina! I will see you soon! please join us for the Million Survivor March at the Jefferson Memorial, March 02-03, 2013, in Washington D.C. If you would like to sponsor us or make a donation, you can go to FACSAFoundation.org for a list of how you can help and a PayPal button.
At a later date, INXPO will present a nationwide live event, (similar to a physical EXPO with sponsor booths, speakers, organizations, advocates, supporters, and attendees, but virtual, on your pc), free for sexual assault organizations, advocates, and supporters hosted by the FACSA Foundation. Within two weeks of posting, our national project went global, with countries joining us from: Africa, Australia, Canada,India, New Zealand, Pakistan, Russia, and the U.K. Some speakers, from the EXPO, will join us in a nationwide speaking tour advocating prevention of sexual assault. This event is the catalyst for changing the social stigma of child sexual assault; by uniting organizations in a personal easy to access format; by conducting research to implement in developing new state of the art programs that are easy, fun, age appropriate, learning tools; using the research to change public policies; and teaching advocacy and prevention across the nation with the “Holocaust of Innocence Tour”. We are gathering the knowledge and resources for anyone to view 24/7, 365 days a year. Promotional Products will be able to reach a global demographic with your sponsor booth for the Live EXPO Event; but also with our physical nationwide presentations, as we advocate prevention of sexual assault on our nationwide speaking "Holocaust of Innocence Tour". Attendees will be able to utilize online products during the event and as they interact with virtual booths, and with sexual assault organizations from around the world, supporters, advocates, and attendees. We anticipate 5000 attendees for the inaugral launch of the FACSA Foundation Virtual EXPO. THIS IS A ONE OF A KIND EVENT!
If you are interested in registering for the FACSA Foundation Virtual EXPO, here is the link
We welcome you to join us here, at the FACSA Foundation Virtual EXPO/Free for Sexual Assault Organizations/Advocates/Supporters. The views here are expressed by the individauls represented. We do not endorse any particular religion, race, or gender; so please do not advocate your beliefs onto others. You will be fair warned, and removed if the behavior continues. We will not post any lewd pics or stories. Our mission is to unite organizations, advocates, and supporters, resources, knowledge, and creativity, to help organizations serve their communities better; to give a voice to advocates and supporters; allowing them to share their stories freely, in a safe and friendly environment; and for you to be able to utilize these resources for a crisis you may have, whether a mother in crisis, law enforcement, schools, daycares, businesses, churches, organizations, etc., 24/7, 365 days a year with no cost to you, made available by our corporate sponsors.
Warning: If you are prone to emotional triggers this site might not be advisable for you because we post inspirational healing, stories of abuse, poetry, videos, and music. The FACSA Foundation will not be responsible and wishes no further pain for survivors of sexual assault, or from the opinions in the FACSA Foundation Virtual EXPO!
We look forward to working with you, to help promote your ministry, share your stories, videos, encourage your future endeavors and your healing journey! Thank you for joining the FACSA Foundation Virtual EXPO! We look forward to serving with you as we walk courageously and boldly, and serve our communities humbly together; "Delivering Hope To A Hurting World."
National FACSA Foundation Child Sexual Assault Rally InWashington D.C., Jefferson Memorial, May 25, 2013FACSA is presenting a FACSA Rally in Washington D.C., May 25, 2013, at 10 am- 6p.m., at the Jefferson Memorial. The FACSA Foundation is gathering child sexual assault organizations, advocates, supporters, family, and friends, to show unilateral support for children of sexual assault. We are uniting in one voice to change the social stigma of child abuse and child sexual assault, and to change public policies. For more information, please contact the FACSA Foundation, (318) 539-2571 or email us at email@example.com
By uniting in one powerful voice,we will bring change to the public policies and the social stigma of child sexual assault. No longer do we fight alone, for we are many; and we are one! We will not be silent! THIS IS NOT OUR GENERATION!
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ABOUT OUR LOGO:
F- Stands for Family and Friends Fighting Against Child Sexual Assault
The Dagger- Because Child Sexual Assault is a crime that is up close and personal
The Angel Wings (to the left)- For God's protection as we fight against child sexual assault.
The Circle- Because we surround the children and their families, of sexual assault, with a circle of love and support.
Burgundy Color of Logo- In memory and in honor of all the children and their families who have lost their lives due to sexual assualt and child abuse. 5 children die a day due to sexual abuse!
"Child Sexual Assault Does Not Discriminate, for Pain Knows No Color, Race, Religion, Gender, or Age." Connie Lee
Asher and Dyamic Search, LLC firstname.lastname@example.org
For nonprofit organizations only, we offer a free one time on page-optimization process.
1. A programmer will be assigned to your account and will generate a list of recommendations.
2. We will share with you the report and execute the necessary changes right after you authorize the work.
If you are tracking your web traffic with any analytic tool, you'll notice an increase in traffic after 30-60 days, and a significant improvement in your positioning. We can't guarantee first page listing since on-page optimization is only part of all the process when promoting a website. Still, you'll be happy to know that many of our on-page optimization clients do enter the first page if the competition level allows it.
Connie, last year we helped 86 nonprofit and charity organizations. This year our goal is 100, which is equivalent to 300 working hours, translated to $13500. We open our hands to others, and we truly believe that our success is drawn from that. That being said, in return for our help we ask one thing: if you know any business owner that has a website and can use our service, please spread the word; we will appreciate that. Our list of services and what we do can be found on our website:
Well im now 25 years old and last April i started a blog in which i chose to speak out about my abuse. I am a survivor of childhood molestation by my stepfather and my uncle. Before i had spoken out i was silent for…
I hope that all of the members here will find courage and comfort in our numbers. It is time for us to show the world how many we are. Would they still turn away and bury their heads if they knew the huge number of our estimated 60 million Survivors. This I truly doubt.
We have an opportunity as the new generation to create a…
PREVENTATIVE, PROACTIVE ACTION AND ENABLING - PLEASE LEND YOUR SUPPORT -- MAY CHURCHES WORLDWIDE TRULY PRAY AND DO ACTIONS TOWARDS AND FOR HEALING: August 1 has been designated as Clergy Sexual Abuse…Continue
We have added a "Holocaust of Innocence Wall" for you to post pictures, pictures of peices of clothing, words, art, or whatever described the moment or your sexual assault experience. Please feel…Continue
Erik Wahl hi connie - sounds like fantastic event. i would love to participate to help raise good money for a great cause. i would love to donate my most requested product - a signed I AM ARTIST interactive workbook experiences for you to auction off. https://theartofvision.com/store/product/i-am-artist-bundle I Am Artist -…
Asher and Dyamic Search, LLC email@example.com For nonprofit organizations only, we offer a free one time on page-optimization process.
1. A programmer will be assigned to your account and will generate a list of recommendations.
2. We will share with you the report and execute the necessary changes right after you authorize the work. If you are tracking your web traffic with any analytic tool, you'll notice an increase in traffic after 30-60 days, and a significant improvement in your positioning. We can't guarantee first page listing since on-page optimization is only part of all the process when promoting a website. Still, you'll be happy to know that many of our on-page optimization clients do enter the first page if the competition level allows it. Connie, last year we helped 86 nonprofit and charity organizations. This year our goal is 100, which is equivalent to 300 working hours, translated to $13500. We open our hands to others, and we truly believe that our success is drawn from that. That being said, in return for our help we ask one thing: if you know any business owner that has a website and can use our service, please spread the word; we will appreciate that. Our list of services and what we do can be found on our website:
Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary/Research Project
I wanted to say thank you to Pastor John and Bill, of the Sonrise Baptist Church in Clarkston, WA. for the donation this morning. I greatly appreciated it! As an all volunteer staff, most of the funds come from my pocket, and the rest through donations, which helps provide travel expenses for the Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project. The tools and resources we provide communities, with local advocates, provides safer environments for children, as well "Delivering Hope To A Hurting World." I have had to learn it is not just my project anymore, and it belongs to all of us. Thus, I need to get out of my own way, and allow God to bless us, and follow His lead, courageously, boldly, and humbly. Our service is to lead by example, not through condemnation and judgment. We are to share the God we know, not religiosity. By saying Thank you Lord for being my solace at night; my one true constant companion; and the lover of my soul. This is the God the world needs to see. It is time to bring His people home. Thanks again! God bless and God speed!
If you missed this moving choral performance, you missed a great event.
We would like to thank the Cathedral City High School Choir for the Wonderful job they did , while performing for the Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project (FACSAFoundation.org),Christophers Clubhouse.org, Bo Budinsky/Save One Survivor, and It Happens To Boys: Carol Teitlebaum, Randy Boyd, Scott Smith, Daniel Marquez and John Walker. at the
Salvation Army, 30-400 Landau Blvd., Cathedral City, CA, April 17, 2013, 10-2p.m.
Although this webinar is meant mostly for First Responders in law enforcement and child advocacy, if you or your children have experienced ANY traumatic event, it may help you to understand and cope better.
FAST FORWARD TO SLIDE 30--that is the part describing what trauma does to the brain. It is explained in a clear way that non-professionals and victims can understand.
The Neurobiology of Sexual Assault
by Dr. Rebecca Campbell
This webinar is meant to explain how the physiological mechanisms of trauma and the resulting behavioral effects impact sexual assault investigations negatively, causing attrition.
The idea is that if law enforcement understands why the victim is behaving in an uncommon way, they will treat them better and get better evidence, which will hopefully lead to more prosecutions.
Dr. Rebecca Campbell is a researcher who is determined to bridge the gap between research and practice in the real world, hence the title of the series: Research for the Real World.
This is what needs to happen in Family Courts: the empirical research needs to inform proper investigations and adjudications of child sexual and physical assault, rather than the junk science that is too often being used to blame and silence the victims and victim advocates.
If junk science (like Parental Alienation) is being used in your case--OBJECT!!
Palm Springs/Cathedral City Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project at FACSAFoundation.org with Mika Mouton/Christophers Clubhouse, Bo Budinsky/Save One Survivor, Carol Teitelbaum/It Happens To Boys with Randy, John, and Danny, The Phenomenal Cathedral City High School Choral Ansemble and May LeRoy, and Connie Lee/FACSAFoundation.org. A Fabulous conference with great collabotration from local advocacy groups.
Speakers Part 1: Mika Moulton/Christophers Clubhouse and Bo Budinsky/Save One Survivor
Q & A (Part 1) for the challenges we face in our communities and the collaboration of local advocates in Palm Springs/Cathedral City CA. Palm Springs/Cathedral City Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project at FACSAFoundation.or...g with Mika Mouton/Christophers Clubhouse, Bo Budinsky/Save One Survivor, Carol Teitelbaum/It Happens To Boys with Randy, John, and Danny, The Phenomenal Cathedral City High School Choral Ansemble and May LeRoy, and Connie Lee/FACSAFoundation.org. A Fabulous conference with great collaboration from local advocacy groups.
The FACSA Foundation.org is changing the social stigma of child sexual assault, public policies, conducting current research of community needs and assessment, educating communities on prevention and education of child sexual assault by hosting free conferences with local advocates; filming a documentary on survivors stories across the nation and how to heal from any trauma, not just child sexual assault and human trafficking, for people to thrive, rather than just surviving. It is time we learn to live, rather than merely exist.
The FACSAFoundation.org (Family and Friends Fighting Against Child Sexual Assault) is an all volunteer staff, with a 501 (C) 3 status. We are traveling across the U.S. and Canada, on a 115 city Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project. We will be in each location for 4 days and three nights,
1) filming a documentary of adult child sexual assault survivors, the latest healing therapies, and the latest technologies, and the most effective counseling techniques, which have helped them network, regain their lives and happiness through faith or therapy.
2)We will be conducting research on the current communities needs, which will enable us to design better programs for families and the current needs of our communities.
We are asking academic professionals in pychology, sociology, statistics, churches, and students to assist the FACSA Foundation ShatteringThe Silence Project and this important work, by filling out the downloadable questionnaires and the online polls; or having your students get involved by answering the questionnaire, or sharing it with their peers. The research is a minimum of a year long project. The California Cognitive Behavioral Institute, www.theccbi.com There is a number for counselors to reach in case students or anyone needs to be consulted.
3) We will be hosting free nationwide 115 city Shattering The SIlence Tour conferences, advocating prevention and education of child abuse, child sexual assault, and human trafficking, with local advocates, organizations, survivors, family, and friends to shatter the silence of child sexual assault, saying, "Enough Is Enough, We Will Not Be Silent Any Longer!"
You can help by: Simply donating through the PayPal button above or
1) Sponsoring our event; call 318.540.4464
2) Volunteer your time to speak as we come to your area, if you are a speaker.
3) Donate in kind donations such as venues, hotel stays, gift cards, gas cards, restaurant gift cards, child sexual assault prevention and educational materials, promotional items, PA System, video equipment, cordless microphones, etc; or simply donate through the PayPal button above.
4)Volunteer your time and services helping to set up venues, pass out material, sit at booths, and technological assistance.
5) Thank you so much for being willing to sever as a point person for the Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary Project, in your city.
We will be kicking off February 23, 2013 in Westerville, OH.
What you can be working one now no matter when the tour is coming to your city:
*locating free venues; libraries, churches, community centers, local universities, or outdoor venues. *approaching local/national businesses to see if they would like to sponsor the tour.
Sponsor packages range from $300-20,000. All sponsorships are appreciated and needed. Don't be afraid to only seek 300.00 sponsors. I will appreciate this and this multiplied across the country does wonders.
*contact local media and send them info on the tour. Radio and TV are both equally important.
*contact local colleges and universities and ask if their film program would agree to tape the tour while it is in your city.
*seeking local churches to deliver food and help with set up and break down.
*contact the child advocacy center in your location and see if they will give postcards for us to hand out.
*one person per city mapquest the locations for your town, print them and bring them to the first venue for that city.
*post city dates, and locations to your facebook page.
*invite law makers to the event.
*print post cards for your city with location venues and times give out to libraries, churches, high schools, community organizations, friends and law enforcement.
The Shattering The SIlence Tour and Documentary
The Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary/Research Project February 23, 2013, will begin from Westerville, OH. We will tour the U.S. prevention and education of child sexual advocating prevention of child sexual assault, researching the current needs of our communities, and producing a film documentary of the process. The Holocaust of Innocence is the time someone is sexually assaulted, they are never the same, having trust and emotional issues the rest of their lifetime.
The Shattering The Silence Tour will consist of speakers, personal testimonies from survivors, art, music, poetry, which will be displayed on the virtual and physical Shattering The Silence Wall. We are very excited for you to join us along this journey and we look forward to seeing you on the tour!
This is a preliminary schedule of the highly anticipated Shattering The Silence Tour. We will stop in at churches, businesses, and organizations, throughout the tour, to present the program for donations. The venues will continually change and more speaking engagements will be added, throughout this process. Please spread the word! If you would like for us to come through your area, please call Connie Lee, at 318.540.4464
Please look in the speakers table at the top of this site for speakers bios and pictures, which are being added daily.
FACSA Foundation Shattering The Silence Spring/Summer Tour and Documentary Project
Due to events scheduled throughout the year, the schedule may change or not follow sequence.
If you would like for us to stop in your area, church, or business, please call Connie Lee, 318.540.4464, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
FACSA Foundation Shattering The Silence Spring/Summer Tour and Documentary Project
Due to events scheduled throughout the year, the schedule may change or not follow sequence.
Hattiesburg, MS, University of MS., 118 College Drive, Hattiesburg, MS
1) Feb. 23, West Chester, OH,(Special Appearance) Indiana Wesleyan University, 9286 SCHULZE DR. WEST CHESTER, OH 45069 10 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Caroline Moore/Salvation Army, Gary Heath/ Office of Criminal Justice Services/Family Violence Prevention Center/Connie Lee
2) Feb.26, Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma Pioneer Public Library System, Moore Public Library, 225 S. Howard Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73069, Jennifer McLaughlin/ Director of Professional Development for the Oklahoma Coalition against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, Melissa Lopez/ Shawnee Domestic Violence and Family Services Department, Connie Lee/FACSA Foundation
3) Due to inclement weather this event is cancelled March 02, Wichita, KS, University of Wichita, Metro Plex, 1845 Fairmount Street Wichita, KS 67260 Signs will be up for room directions Horace Santry/Wichita Sexual Assault Center, Connie Lee/FACSA Foundation
4) March 05, Oakley, KS, 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Northwest Kansas Service Center, 703 West Second Street, Oakley, KS 67748/ Kelly Robbins/Western Kansas Child Advocacy Center, Connie Lee/FACSA Foundation.org
5) Due to a scheduling conflict this event is cancelled March 09, Canon City, CO, The Evangelical Free Church, 3000 E. Main Street, Canon City, CO. 81212, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Representative from Family Crisis Services, Connie Lee/FACSAFoundation.org
6) March 12, Roswell, NM, Roswell Public Library, 301 N. Penn, Roswell, New Mexico (Bondurant Room) 10 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
7) March 16, Albuquerque, NM, Alberquerque West Gate Library, 1300 Delgado Street, (Auditorium) 10-1p.m.
8) March 19, Phoenix, AZ, Burton Barr Library, 1221 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85001-1506 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
9) March 23, Flagstaff, AZ, March 2014
10) March 26, Blanding, UT March 2014
11) March 30, Cedar City, UT, 303 N. 100 East, Cedar City, UT, (East and west Rooms) 3:00 p.m. -5:30 p,m. Easter Weekend March 2014
12) April 02, Las Vegas, NV Clark County Library, 1401 E Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, NV
13) April 06, Los Angeles, CA, March 2014 (This event will be offered March 2014, with CEU's available)
14) April 17, Palm Springs, Salvation Army, 30-400 Landau Blvd. Cathedral City, CA. 10-2 p.m. Mika Mouton/Christopher's Clubhouse, Bo Budinsky/SaveOneSurvivor, Connie Lee/FACSA Foundation.org, and It Happens to Boys: Carol Teitlebaum, Randy Boyd, Scott Smith, Daniel Marquez, Cathedral High Scholl Choir and Mae LeRoy, and Palm Desert High School Drama Team.
15) April 20, San Diego, CA, City Heights/Weingart Branch, 3795 Fairmount Ave San Diego, 10-12pm,Phil Cenedella, Carrie , Connie Lee
16) 2014, April 23, San Francisco, CA, 100 S. Larkin Street, San Francisco, 10-1, Melinda Shrock, Misa Leonessa Garaveglia, Connie Lee
A) Eureka, CA, April 25, 10-12:30 p.m., Acquatic Center,921 Waterfront Drive, Eureka, California 95501 Annie O'Sullivan/Can You Hear Me Now, Kelly Behr/Mpuntain Goddess Unplugged, Rebecca Kinble/Speaker/Author/Radio and Television Host, and Connie Lee/FACSAFoundation.org
17) April 27, Sacramento, CA, State Capital Building, North Side-1400 Tenth St., Sacramento, CA, 95814, Misa Leonessa Garaveglia, Connie Lee, Mark Sconce/Parent of Courtney Hannah Sconce
18) (Postponed until March 2014) April 30,Reno, NV, Washoe County Library, 301 S. Center St., 1-3 pm, Connie Lee
19) (Postponed until March 2014) May 02, Boise, ID, Boise Public Library, 715 S. Capitol, Boise, ID (Auditorium) 1-3p.m.
20) May 07, Pullman WA, Neill Public Library,210 N. Grand Avenue,Pullman, WA 99163 1-3 p.m. Jill Donaley, ICARE, Connie Lee/FACSAFoundation.org
21) May 11, Portland, OR, Woodland Portland Library, 801 S. W. 10 St. OR 04101
Susan Garren, Connie Lee, 1:30- 3:30
22) May 14, Spokane, WA, Spokane Public Library,906 West Main Street
Spokane, WA 99201, Larry Daly, Pennie Suam, Kari Joys
41) July 20, Burlington, VM, 235 College St.Burlington, 10-1
42) July 23, New Brunswick, Edmonton,
43) July 27, New Brunswick, Fredericton, 12 Carleton St., Fredericton, N.B.
E3B 5P4 (Assembly Room) 1-3 p.m.
44) July 30, New Brunswick, Saint John, 1, Market Sq., Saint John, N.B.
E2L 4Z6 1-3 p.m.
45) August 03, Bangor, ME,
46) August 06, Lewiston, ME
47) August 10, Berlin, NH
48) August 13, Montpelier, VM
49) August 17, Brattleboro, VT
50) August 20, Concord, NH
51) August 24, Albany, NY
52) August 27,Cambridge, MA
August 29, 2013, Boston, MA
53) August 31, Worcester, MA
54) September 07, Providence, RI
55) September 10, Hartford, CT
56) September 14, Bridgeport, CT
57) September 17, New York, NY, Jackie Robinson Park Bandshell
Bradhurst Ave. and W 148th St., New York, NY, 10039
58) September 21, Philadelphia, NJ
59) September 24, Baltimore, MD
60) September 28-29 Million Survivor March, Washington D.C., Jefferson Memorial! March is 8a.m., Rally at 10 a.m.
61) October 05, Pittsburg, PA
62) October 08, Williamsburg, PA
63) October 12, Buffalo, NY
64) October 15, Toronto, Canada
65) October 19, Detroit, MI
66) October 22, Grand Rapids, MI
67) October 26, Chicago, IL
68) October 29, Milwaukee, WI
69) November 02, Cedar Rapids, IO
70) November 05, Des Moines, IO
71) November 09, Kansas City, MO
72) November 16, Springfield, IL
73) November 19, Indianapolis, IN
74) November 23, Cincinnati, OH
75) November 26, Columbus, OH
76) November 27, Thanksgiving Break
77) November 30, Parkersburg, WV
78) December 02, Richmond, VA
79) December 07, Virginia Beach, VA
80) December 10, Greensboro, NC
81) December 14, Myrtle Beach, NC
82) December 17, Charlotte, NC
83) December 21, Columbia, SC
84) Christmas Break
85) December 28, Knoxville, TN
86) December 31, Memphis, TN
87) January 04, Fayetteville, AR
88) January 07, Hot Springs, AR
89) January 11, Tupelo, MS,
90) January 14, Jackson, MS
91) January 18, Birmingham, AL
92) January 21, Atlanta, GA
93) January 25, Savannah, GA
94) January 28, Miami, Fl
95) February 01, Tampa, FL
96) February 04, Tallahassee, FL
97) February 08, Montgomery, AL
98) February 11, Mobile, AL
99) February 15, New Orleans, LA
100) February 18, Baton Rouge, LA
101) Feb 22, Houston, TX
102) Feb 25, San Antonio, TX
103) March 01, Austin, TX
102) March 04, Dallas, TX
103) March 08, Alexandria, LA
104) March 11, Monroe, LA
105) March 15, Shreveport, LA
106) April 5, Hawaii, Kahului
107) April 12, Kailua Kona, Hawaii
108) April 19Wailuku, Hawaii
109) April 26, Pearl City, Hawaii
110) May 03, Honolulu, Hawaii
111) May 10, Kekaha, Hawaii
112) June 07, Fairbanks, Alaska
113) June 14, Anchorage, Alaska
114) June 21, Juneau. Alaska
115) June 28, Kotzebue, Alaska
We We would love for you to join us on this incredible journey.
My name is Connie Lee and I am the Founder/President of the FACSA Foundation (Family and Friends Fighting Against Child Sexual Assault), in Springhill, LA. We are a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) status company, with an all volunteer staff. The FACSA Foundation provides support services for families of child sexual assault, such as attorney’s, counselors, support group, guidance, and what each family needs for their case. We also educate the community on prevention of child sexual assault, through our programs such as the Good Touch/Bad Touch Program from ChildHelp USA; Kid’s Safe ID Kit’s from the National Exploited Children’s Foundation; and the FACSA Defense Program, where we go to schools for free to teach teens about abusive dating relationships, warning signs, and 30 minutes of hands on self- defense. I have a Bachelors of Science in Psychology; I am a public speaker and an event planner.
"Hello and Welcome Miiriam to the FACSA Foundation EXPO, where we have united advocates, resources, and creativity from across the nation and the globe.
Currently, we are on the 115 city, Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary, which you…"
"Hello and Welcome Cecibel to the FACSA Foundation EXPO, where we have united advocates, resources, and creativity from across the nation and the globe.
Currently, we are on the 115 city, Shattering The Silence Tour and Documentary, which you…"
hi connie - sounds like fantastic event. i would love to participate to help raise good money for a great cause. i would love to donate my most requested product - a signed I AM ARTIST interactive workbook experiences for you to auction off. https://theartofvision.com/store/product/i-am-artist-bundle
Mike Tikkanen Invisible Children Thank you Michael for donating your books for our Holocaust of Innocence Tour and Documentary Project
Kids At Risk Action (KARA)
Kids At Risk Action (KARA) is a non-profit advocacy network focusing on issues related to neglected and abused children. Founded by Mike Tikkanen, a businessman turned socially-concerned citizen, KARA works to educate individuals and communities about the need to protect the rights of children. More on our About Us page.
My children’s books are winners of the Evvy award. The Evvy Award is given by the Colorado Independent Publisher’s Association. Some Parts are NOT for Sharing/Algunas Partes No Son Para Compartir and Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT won first place in the political social category
A tragic window of childhood death opens at summer camp within the hills of Appalachia as Mr. Diabolus sexually assaults nine-year-old, Robert. Robertâ€™s brain traumatized, a shame-based gene was switched on as a gentle whisper within Robertâ€™s mind said â€“ KILL YOURSELF. But Robert got lucky one day at school when he met a new girl, Ardee, a happy tomboy of a girl, she renamed him, Bobby, her Bobby. Ardee moves away, years pass as Robert descends into mediocrity. Ardee, now a woman, stumbles back into Robertâ€™s life. A sequence of events unfolds after Ardee convinces Robert to seek help from Dr. Richie when she accidentally finds out about his tragic childhood. Ardeeâ€™s motherly instincts kick in and she does what every abused child prays for â€“ she hunts down a predator, she defends her Bobby.
Travel with a pair of friendly fish as they learn about what parts of our bodies we share with others. Children will learn what the boundaries of appropriate touching are in a very non-threatening way. School Counselor Julie Federico begins the imperative conversation of personal boundaries in Some Parts are not for Sharing. Children will enjoy learning about their bodies as they get some important information from a pair of fish. Parents will marvel at the simple straightforward language and use of sea creatures that create this message all children must hear. This book is also available in Spanish. To read the book visit www.juliefederico.com
Some Parts are Not for Sharing is Julie Federico's first book. She wrote it after years of hearing students recount abuse stories in her role as a School Counselor. She is quietly ending childhood sexual abuse one book at a time. Visit www.juliefederico.com to read the book and share the link with others. Her goal is to have this book read to every child, everywhere. This is a child's first book on body safety and is for children 0-7 years old. The book is the tip of the iceberg when it comes to discussing personal boundaries with children. The book is also available in Spanish and Kindle format.
Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT released June 2012. This book teaches children about feeling, families, fish and anger. For readers 0-7 years old. Received rave reviews from Blue Ink Reviews.
One of our very first books as a publishing house was the first installment of Can You Hear Me Now? A haunting look back through the graphic memories of a woman who endured ongoing abuse at the hands of her parents. Originally it was published 'as is'; it fell under our old publishing model which was supported self-publishing. We then released the second in the series about two years ago. As we've grown and morphed, we have decided to launch the final installment as a full book, which incorporates all parts of O'Sullivan's story into one fully edited digital and print book.
This book culminates in the event which brings a degree of closure to her pain, continues to haunt the reader well after they put it down. The beauty of the story is in the redemption. It represents the blossoming of a soul who had lost all faith but has grown out of the muck to be a majestic tree providing comfort and a home for other lost souls. We commend Annie on her strength, her ability to love and her desire to reach out to others who find themselves in similar situations. Read this book and you can't help but evaluate your own life, the way you treat people and what you can accomplish.
Annie O’Sullivan served in the United States Marine Corps and following a hospital stayand two years of disability she went on to log ten years of counseling. She has since earned two Masters Degrees and maintains a rewarding career in land management. Her own successful family has grown to include multiple grandchildren, dogs, cats and several fish - all happy and well.
Against The Odds: Life Is Good.
Kelly Behr Mountain Goddess Unplugged
Mountain Goddess Unplugged was created in 2005 with a drawing created from Kelly’s husband Rick. An image of a whimsical girl relaxing at a hot springs, from there it has grown into numerous drawings of Mountain Goddess doing what ever she wants to,mostly placed in outdoor settings because that’s where Kelly Behr likes to be.
This is a whimsical, non serious set of drawings designed to be enjoyed and to remind us not to take life toseriously. Attempting to look through Mountain Goddess eyes to find humor, beauty andtheability at accept yourself in any situationis the goal. “It’s A State Of Mind” re-iterates that lifeisshort andif you carrylife’sexperiences onyourback, you just get a sore back. Letting life live in you and not on you, is a place where we hope Mountain Goddess can take people.
The challenges of lifeparticularly at young ages, is something we can not go back and change. What we can change is how we view ourselves and how we choose to look at the rest of our life. Believing using humor and laughter brought from Mountain Goddess can help people deal with and accept what challenges life has brought them.