Race to Stop the Silence: Seventh annual 8K/5KRace to Stop the Silence in DC on April 23, 2011. (Stop Child Sexual Abuse)
Stop the Silence: Stop Child Sexual Abuse, Inc.
The seventh annual Race to Stop the Silence (Stop Child Sexual Abuse) is nearly around the corner and back at Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C. on April 23, 2011. It’s an 8K Race, 5K Fun Run and Walk, and 1K Kids’ Fun Run. There is a fast, flat course. There are awards (e.g., fancy restaurant dinners, UnderArmour shirts, and more) and random prizes for overall winners, placers, and participants. Lots of yummy after-Race food and beverage. Speakers. Entertainment. Lots more! Great for the whole family. More than 1,200 are expected. Come join us! For more information and registration, please go to: www.stopcsa.org/race.
Use the link below to register online now!
See you there!
Pamela Pine, PhD, MPH
Founder and CEO
Stop the Silence
P.O. Box 127
Glenn Dale, MD 20769
Join the Race to Stop the Silence on April 23, 2011. Register at www.stopcsa.org/race.
Join the Race Facebook event page at: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=177338488955827&num_event_invites=0#!/event.php?eid=163268997034661
The Mission of Stop the Silence, a 501(c)(3) organization, is to expose and stop child sexual abuse (CSA) and help survivors heal worldwide. Our Goals are to: 1) help stop CSA and related forms of violence; 2) promote healing of victims and survivors; and 3) celebrate the lives of those healed. Through our work, we aim to address the relationships between CSA and the broader issues of overall family and community violence, and violence within and between communities. Our focus underscores a needed focus on positive development within social complexes (e.g., relationships between men, women, adults and children, cultural groups) to support peaceful – and to hinder violence-prone – relationships. Our areas of focus are: 1) support for services; 2) advocacy; 3) training of service providers; 4) community education and outreach; 5) policy; 6) research and evaluation; and 7) other prevention measures (e.g., a focus on offenders).