Who we are

We are a powerful movement of survivors and allies focused on ending sexual violence against children and adolescents.

In all its forms… child sexual abuse, incest, child sexual exploitation, rape, sexual violence in dating relationships and sexual violence among peers.

Against all children… regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, nationality or economic status.
Everywhere… in homes, schools, communities, places of worship, sport and online.

Our focus is on comprehensive, bold and transformative action from leaders focused on:

Prevention to protect this and every generation to come.

Healing for victims, survivors, and their families.

Justice for victims/survivors and accountability for perpetrators and institutions who covered up the abuse

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Steering Group

Achievements of Keep Kids Safe

Letter to Congress on COVID-19 Relief
Action: Call for $300 million in emergency funding to strengthen child safety and protection programs in the next
COVID-19 Relief Package.

Result: Nearly 700 advocacy orgs and survivors signed on; $350 million in CAPTA funding in the relief package announced in December 2020.

Survivors Agenda event for survivors of sexual violence in childhood

Action: Support fo the The Survivors’ Agenda, spearheaded by #MeToo Founder Tarana Burke, which calls on those in power to pass laws and enact institutional and systemic change on behalf of survivors, and for more survivors themselves to be positioned to help drive change.

Result: At our Survivors’ Agenda Virtual Town Hall, almost 500 adult survivors of childhood sexual violence and allies gathered to make their voices heard. These ideas fed into the Survivors’ Agenda, which was officially unveiled in September 2020.

Open letter to Presidential Candidates to End Sexual Violence Against Children
Action: Calls for a new presidential initiative in the first 100 days of the next administration with a focus on prevention, healing, and justice.

Result: Signed by more than 300 survivors, advocates, and representatives from both national and local organizations.

Open letter to the Biden-Harris Administration
Action: Call for the Biden-Harris Administration to launch a bold Presidential Initiative to end sexual violence against children and adolescents during the first 200 days of the Administration.

Result: More than 300 signatories, including survivors, advocates, and allied organizations

Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Child Abuse Prevention Month
Action: Keep Kids Safe partners host a relay of events to commemorate April 8 as the Day for Child Sexual Abuse Prevention, Healing, and Justice.

Result: President Biden’s statement recognizes the need for prevention, healing, and justice as part of Child Abuse Prevention Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month. WH tweets support for April 8th as the Day for Prevention, Healing, and Justice.

Launch of the National Blueprint to End Sexual Violence Against Children and Adolescents
Action: Call for a reform to federal funding and policies to deliver effective interventions that prevent child abuse and help survivors seek justice. This includes declaring sexual violence against children and adolescents a U.S. public health emergency.