Soldiers Against Child Abuse is a 501C3 National Non-Profit Child Abuse Awareness Organization. Our focus is to make a positive impact on the lives of all children. Every child is our top priority.
We chair an Awareness campaign each April of every year to speak out against Child Abuse. Our campaign includes various seminars that educate the general public including parents, children, and educators.
Our Founder is the first person to write a child abuse/sexual abuse awareness curriculum which school districts are in the process of adopting in the state of New Jersey. It is our goal to take this curriculum National for all Children in The United States.
SACA Soldiers are dedicated volunteers who work feverishly at saving the lives of children by operating a professional and educational website, numerous social media outlets and various on site educational awareness programs for adults. Future endeavors include a PSA and a short documentary on child/sexual abuse.
***All people/parties are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law according to the 5th amendment of the United States Constitution. When we copy/write about an alleged crime committed, it is in the preliminary stage.
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