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National FACSA Foundation Child Sexual Assault Rally In Washington D.C., Jefferson Memorial, September 28 and 29, 2013 FACSA is presenting a FACSA Rally in Washington D.C., September 28 , 2013, from 8 a.m.-10 a.m. will be the Million Survivor March around the Tidal Basin; and the FACSA Foundation Rally at 10 a.m.- 8 p.m., at the Jefferson Memorial. On September 29, 2013, the Rally will be from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 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) 540-4464; FACSAFoundation.org or email us at email@example.com
If you can not join in person, please do so virtually. Order your t-shirt, gather game day friends, and join the Million Survivor March, and the 2 day Rally, which will be live streamed. We hope to see you soon.
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!
If you would like to get involved with the national Holocaust of Innocence Tour and Documentary Project http://facsafoundationvirtualexpo.ning.com/, and the Million Survivor March
You can help by:
1) Sponsoring our event; call 318.540.4464
2) 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.
3)Volunteer your time and services helping to set up venues, pass out material, sit at booths, and technological assistance
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.