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Because EVERY CHILD deserves to be protected.
Power Over Predators – We aim for a world where youth discover their worth, find their voice, and take bold steps to tell their story and defend themselves. Where parents and communities are equipped to protect youth and end child exploitation, so kids are free to achieve their goals and dreams.
The Foundation United is exponentially moving the needle in the fight to end sex trafficking through systemic change. We accomplish this through our main initiatives: Prevention, Protection, and Policy, and Awareness. Until we have eradicated this crime, we support safe housing and aftercare for survivors through Provision. Our mission is to eradicate this crime on a global scale by exposing the root, childhood sexual abuse.
You don’t have to wonder where to begin. Join Power Over Predators and get everything you need to be equipped with the tools necessary to protect youth. Be an advocate who doesn’t just say they care — you’ll actually become a part of the solution.
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Power Over Predators Stay aware of your surroundings: Be mindful of who is around you and what is going on in your environment. Avoid isolated areas, especially at night.Trust your instincts: If something feels off, trust your gut and take action to protect yourself.Use verbal and nonverbal assertiveness: Be confident and assertive in your body language and use a strong, clear voice if necessary to communicate your,
Learn how to gain Power Over Predators boundaries.Carry self-defense tools: Consider carrying pepper spray, a personal alarm, or other self-defense tools that you are comfortable using.Stay in communication: Let someone know where you are and when you expect to return. Stay in touch with friends or family and keep them updated on your whereabouts.Learn self-defense techniques: Consider taking a self-defense class to learn techniques for defending yourself in dangerous situations.Report suspicious behavior: If you notice someone acting suspiciously or threateningly, report it to the authorities. Your report could prevent harm to yourself or others.Contact Us Power Over Predators ask how you can be on answering the call