$5000 GRANT RECIPIENT

NCMEC's outreach efforts with Internet Safety reach millions of people, providing Online Safety education and awareness to children, teens, tween, educators, parents and guardians by leveraging technology and efforts within schools. We offer videos, edu-tainment, seminars, webinars, training to School Resource Officers, Law enforcement, after school programs and all child serving communities to help everyone understand the current trends with Online Safety and how children can stay safe and be good digital citizens.

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KIDGUARD NONPROFITS 2017 GRANT RECIPIENTS

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) is a national leader dedicated to find missing children, reduce and prevent child sexual exploitation, and provide families and educators with life saving Internet and real world safety information. 

$1000 GRANT RECIPIENTS

The mission of Suicide.org is to prevent suicides, support suicide survivors, and educate the public about suicide. We assist more than 3,000,000 people per year with our work (which includes establishing suicide prevention and anti-bullying programs) and we have always maintained online safety and the protection of children as important focal points in our efforts. We will be expanding our work in these critical areas in the upcoming year.

Formed in 1988, the National Children’s Alliance has been providing support, technical assistance, and quality assurance for CACs, while serving as a voice for abused children for more than 25 years.

Our adoption coordinators help the children they work with to safely use social media and the workers have been alerted to potentially dangerous situations their youth are involved in by monitoring their social media usage. They then use what they have learned to teach the youths better ways to use their online presence and to identify and stay away from potentially harmful situations.

Since 1972, the National Adoption Center has helped to find adoptive families for more than 23,000 U.S. children and helped countless families through the adoption process.

New Hope believes that domestic and sexual violence can be eliminated if we give future generations a foundation of respect, compassion and self-worth.   Funds from this grant will support materials used in our prevention education program, and upgrades to the tech safety resource page and other parent resources on our website.

New Hope works to create communities free from violence and exploitation. Our prevention education staff offer progressive workshop programs to adolescents and teens that foster open and honest communication about healthy relationships, bullying, consent and other issues they are facing. 

Qualified educators teach a research-based curriculum so school-age children learn how to deal with unsafe situations. In addition, we educate parents and caregivers on how to discuss sensitive safety issues with children.  Ultimately,  children gain skills to protect themselves and adults learn how to provide children with safety rules and practice steps to reinforce self-protection skills. 

Center for Family Strengthening is dedicated to strengthen families through education and advocacy. We partner with family support organizations in San Luis Obispo County to provide resources to families in need, protect children from abuse and neglect, and ensure that strong families are a community priority.

The Children's Movement of Florida missions include more investment in high quality early education, quality healthcare for children and access to parenting support resources in Florida.

Our organization has a wide network of concerned citizens on all issues relating to children. We count with more than 50,000 Facebook followers, our emails reach 80,000 supporters and we have over 3,000 followers on Twitter. We regularly post content to educate our network and we think that publishing information relating to online safety for children, including highlighting KidGuard’s technology services and tools for parents to keep their kids safe online. Keeping our children safe is an enormous priority for their future and the future of our state

KidGuard For Nonprofits awarded $1,000 grants to 5 nonprofits and $5,000 to one selected nonprofit demonstrating the highest impact towards children in 2017.

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The grants are intended to support organizations that align with KidGuard’s mission to protect children online and aide in parental education of online risks to their children.

We award grants to U.S. 501(c)(3) organizations that support child protection relating to risks arising from the internet & technology.