End Child Abuse Campaign Releases
Multilanguage Digital Kit
Adventist Risk Management is sponsor of the Seven Campaign (Posted February 14, 2013)
ADVENTIST RISK MANAGEMENT
he Seven Campaign to end child abuse has prepared a digital kit that is available at the campaign Web site (www.thesevencampaign.com). The digital kit includes information and message points about the campaign, a petition form, logos, and posters, all of which are free to download. The digital kit is available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French.
The digital kit can be used to raise awareness about the issue of child abuse at local churches or schools, or to reach out to the community. Child abuse is an issue that should not be ignored or taken lightly. The Seven Campaign encourages people to become educated about the issue and to take active steps to make a difference. One of the banners on the campaign Web site reads “The best things in life are free. Use your voice, your life, your influence to make a positive difference.”
A CHILD’S TEARFUL PLEA: Flyer produced by the Seven Campaign asks recipients to use their influence to help end child abuse. [PHOTO: The Seven Campaign]
Visitors to the campaign Web site are encouraged to (digitally) sign a promise to take action. The promise says:
• Tell seven people how to stop abuse now, by sharing the resources.
• Speak out against abuse—don’t remain indifferent.
• Advocate for change with my voice and vote.
• Mobilize my peers.
• Lead by example.
• Express my support creatively through the Virtual Gallery.
• Share the Seven Campaign with seven people.
The Seven Campaign is a grassroots campaign that aims to raise awareness and mobilize church members and supporters to take a stand on the issue of child abuse. Launched by Adventist Risk Management and a group of Seventh-day Adventist denominational partners, the campaign seeks to equip individuals and churches with the tools to make a difference in their sphere of influence.