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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Fundraiser: Limited Edition T-Shirt "Social Media_ Where A Wolf Can Hide In Sheep's Clothing"



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Sexual grooming of children over the internet is most prevalent (99% of cases) amongst the 13-17 age group, particularly the 13-14 years old children (48%). The majority of them are girls. The majority of the victimization occurs over the mobile devices and social media. Children and teenagers with behavioral issues such as higher attention seekers have a much higher risk than others.*

The process of “grooming” refers to the act of deliberately establishing an emotional connection with a child to lower the child's inhibitions in preparation for child abuse, mainly sexual abuse. The sexual predator generally persuades, induces, entices, or coerces these children to “run away” from home in order to carry out sexual abuse and other child exploitation acts like trafficking of children, child prostitution or the production of child pornography.

Proceeds Support CQI Programs & Recovery
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Child Quest International (CQI) knows the dangers lurking online. Show your awareness and support with this Limited Edition T-Shirt “Social Media: Where a Wolf Can Hide in Sheep’s Clothing”. Proceeds from this fundraiser will support CQI programs and recovery efforts to find missing children who have been victimized by child predators. Join us in our fight to protect kids.


How this works... CQI designed this T-Shirt in conjunction with the work we do to protect children and teens online. Through crowd sourcing, the T-Shirt's ONLY get made if we meet 100 orders (or more). We have 2 weeks to accomplish this. Please share, Facebook, tweet, Twitter, email, talk about this cool shirt and the serious issue with others, and REMEMBER that the proceeds go to CQI. 

Bonus: It's a pretty cool shirt if we do say so ourselves! Reminder: Fundraiser ends 12/25/2012. If we do not reach 100 orders, the shirts will not be made. $11 of each shirt will go to Child Quest International, Inc programs.

We appreciate your contribution and thank you for your support. www.childquest.org

*Statistical Source: http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/Content/Childnet/Safer-Internet-Centre/downloads/Research_Highlights/Munro_OnlinevulnerabilityReporttoDFE-Final-October2011.pdf

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