Sunday, April 9, 2017

Children's Defense Fund Holds Its Annual Tax Exempt Propaganda Hustle


Instead of these lavish events speaking upon the rape, torture, drugging and human trafficking of children of "The Poors" in the foster care and adoption industry, the Who's Who of New York will come out to rally for more money to market and procure more children.

April, of course, is the month of child abuse prevention propaganda where all the street level, tax exempt, non-profits will hit the pavement with their blue pinwheels, and what naught, to promote an atmosphere of fear and safety for a child by calling Child Protective Services.

But, of course, there will be no mention of fraud because all the fundraising will go into what is called Trust Funds!

Each state has a Children's Trust Fund which is strictly used for marketing child abuse propaganda, but they call it "direct service and technical grants".

Gotta keep it classy and clandestine, you know how dark money operates.

Nothing goes to assist a family seeking housing (notice I did not even dare mention quality and affordable housing), health or mental care assistance, or any other forms of access to basic living resources.

The money is invested and lest not fail to mention those child welfare privatized lines of credit.

Total assets of the Children's Defense Fund for FY 2014 were $35,129,433.00

The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (The NYSPCC) to Host the Sixth Annual Spring Luncheon April 19, 2017

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Apr 3, 2017) -  The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (The NYSPCC) will host its Sixth Annual Spring Luncheon at The Pierre Hotel on Wednesday, April 19, 2017, as part of its efforts to raise awareness surrounding National Child Abuse Prevention Month in April. Proceeds will benefit The NYSPCC's Trauma Recovery and Safe Touches programs and help fund its counseling, legal and educational programs to prevent abuse and help more children and families heal.

The Spring Luncheon will feature guest speaker, Eric MacLeish, the renowned Boston attorney who has represented some of the most significant sexual abuse cases in the country and is the attorney portrayed in the award-winning film, Spotlight. During his remarks at the Luncheon, he plans to discuss the parallels he sees between the cases he's worked on in the past, and the current, high profile sex abuse cover-ups making headlines. He will also discuss how schools and parents can get involved to toughen existing laws to better protect students in private schools.

"We are so grateful for the continued support of New York's leading philanthropists, business, media, and government communities who come together at the Spring Luncheon to ensure that New York's children in crisis -- and their families -- can continue to benefit from essential treatment and prevention programs," said Mary L. Pulido, Ph.D., Executive Director of The NYSPCC.

April was proclaimed National Child Abuse Prevention Month in 1983. The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services on the Children's Bureau supports communities each year to help raise awareness on child abuse and neglect through programs and services to protect children. For more information please visit

The NYSPCC is an independent, non-profit organization, founded in 1875 as the world's first child protection agency. Led by Executive Director, Mary L. Pulido, Ph.D., a nationally recognized expert in trauma recovery and social work, the NYSPCC serves as a trailblazer in child protection and abuse prevention services for New York City's most vulnerable children, providing counseling, legal, and educational services.

"Protecting children from abuse is not one agency's responsibility. It is everyone's responsibility. Family members, neighbors, educators, all of us need to learn to recognize the signs of child abuse and report them," said Dr. Pulido.

Individual tickets and tables for the Spring Luncheon are available for purchase here. Proceeds will support The NYSPCC and help give vulnerable children the chance to heal and move forward to live happy, healthy lives.

About the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NYSPCC) is the first -- and one of the most highly respected -- child protective agencies in the world. Founded in 1875, the NYSPCC helps the most vulnerable children of our community recover from trauma. And, more importantly, it helps prevent child abuse through its work with parents, teachers, children and foster care agencies. More than a century since its founding, The NYSPCC's amazing work is used as a model for child abuse prevention centers across the nation. The NYPSCC has investigated more than 650,000 cases on behalf of over two million children and has educated over 47,000 professionals working with children on child abuse and neglect issues.

As a state working example for a Children's Trust Fund, you should know that I am going to use Michigan, spearheaded by the glorious Madame Maura Corrigan (always said with clinched teeth in a high British accent).

Interestingly enough, the Michigan State Housing Authority is a partner. 

Make sure to check our all the corporate sponsors, as all contributions are tax write offs.

These partners are also the ones who are going to be putting together the Michigan model for the Child Advocacy Centers.

Please take note that Detroit really has very little participation, except for the $300 pair of shoes gal Carol Goss, because "The Elected Ones" always seem to engage in conspicuous consumption with the grant money.

(This is strictly a personal statement as an original source.)

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