2023 OUTDOOR AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS ENGAGE CELEBRITY STORIES WITH THE MESSAGE "WE'RE 42 MILLION STRONG. YOU'RE NOT ALONE."
THE PUBLIC AWARENESS CAMPAIGN FEATURED CELEBRITY STORIES & LAUNCHED IN APRIL ON BILLBOARDS & DIGITAL SCREENS ACROSS MIAMI, L.A., NEW YORK; & ON LINE.
WE'RE WORLDWIDE. YOU'RE NOT ALONE.
Billboards feature from East Coast to West Coast - Miami, New York, and Los Angeles, with more cities and countries to come.
The celebrity billboards lit up The Wilshire Grand, Los Angeles, and over 55 billboards across L.A.
Bus Shelters across Miami feature the campaign in high commuter areas and in marginalized communities.
On rail platforms across Miami, the campaign creates millions of views. More cities and subways to come.
The "SEE THE SIGNS" billboards generated millions of views in Miami, Broward, & Palm Beach. More cities to come.
Photos soon to come of the campaign running on this billboard on the I-405 Highway and 55 more across L.A.
Stay tuned to see the campaign featured on this iconic billboard and 25 more billboards across New York City.
YOU'RE NOT ALONE
42 MILLION STRONG SURVIVORS
IN THE UNITED STATES & HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS WORLDWIDE
TOGETHER, WE CAN OVERCOME CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
"We each share a piece of our collective story, and together we can heal and grow with strength."
—Kathy Andersen, "Overcomer" & Founder, END1IN4.
CELEBRITY STORIES ARE SHARED ON SOCIAL MEDIA WITH THE MESSAGE "YOU'RE NOT ALONE."
THE "SEE THE SIGNS" OUTDOOR BILLBOARD CAMPAIGN FEATURED IN MIAMI, L.A., & NEW YORK CONTINUES ON SOCIAL MEDIA.
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NEW OUTDOOR PUBLIC AWARENESS CAMPAIGN HIGHLIGHTS CELEBRITY STORIES
OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE TO SHARE THE MESSAGE “YOU’RE NOT ALONE.”
MIAMI, FL; LOS ANGELES, CA; NEW YORK, NY; (March 30, 2023)—END1IN4, Inc., a non-profit with a mission to end the impact and magnitude of child sexual abuse, is launching an outdoor public awareness campaign on billboards throughout Miami, L.A. and New York on Monday, April 3, for April’s National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
The campaign features celebrities who have shared their stories of child sexual abuse with the message, “You’re Not Alone,” and highlights there are “42 Million STRONG Survivors.” The campaign shares the stories of Oprah Winfrey, Viola Davis, Tyler Perry, Mary J. Blige, Mike Tyson, Ashley Judd, Vanessa Williams, Rosie Perez, Ellen DeGeneres, Gloria Estefan, Anthony Edwards, and Teri Hatcher.
“The stories of celebrities, and of everyday people, can help us all know that we’re not alone,” urged Kathy Andersen, Founder of END1IN4—and herself a survivor of child sexual abuse. “There is power and community in our stories. We each share a piece of our collective story, and together we can heal and grow with strength.”
2022 OUTDOOR AWARENESS CAMPAIGN APPEALS TO “MOMMY” TO SEE & REPORT CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
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Campaign Billboards Featured Across South Florida in Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties,
Outdoor Awareness Campaign Appeals to “Mommy” To See & Report Child Sexual Abuse
Miami, FL.: End1in4, Inc., a new Miami-based non-profit organization, has launched a provoking outdoor public awareness campaign with messaging that aims to compel mothers and the community at large to see and report child sexual abuse that largely happens in the home and in the family.
The campaign is now appearing on digital billboards on Miami Metrorail platforms and will appear on digital billboards on expressways and major roadways throughout Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties starting June 6. The campaign will also be shared extensively on social media.
“Mothers can be the heroes,” said Kathy Andersen, Founder and CEO of End1in4. “Often mothers are the first ones to see the signs of child sexual abuse that largely happens in the home and in the family, the power dynamics of which often keeps the abuse in silence—but there’s support and we can come together on this.”
The campaign includes an easy recall number, (240) END-1IN4, which directs calls to the Childhelp 24/7 National Child Abuse Hotline. The hotline enables confidential reporting of child sexual abuse as well as support for victims and adult survivors.