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NCOSE 2018 Impact Report: The Fall of Online Trafficking Titan Backpage; Walmart Removes Cosmo; Comcast Safer for Kids; And More!

2018 was our most successful year to date, and we couldn’t have done it without you. Whether your support was financial, taking actions through our website, praying for our movement, sharing our social media posts, or simply telling your friend about the issue of sexual exploitation, you helped make 2018 the strongest year for our organization…

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What does NCOSE do?

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is the leading national organization exposing the links between all forms of sexual exploitation such as child sexual abuse, prostitution, sex trafficking and the public health crisis of pornography. As the thread of pornography in the web of sexual exploitation is systemically overlooked by society, the National Center on…

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How can I help?

ACTIVATE YOURSELF: Before changing the world, you must educate yourself about the issues. NCOSE produces educational materials to help you get started. Find lots of tools at our main website, EndSexualExploitation.org. Here are some highlighted resources we recommend: EndSexualExploitation.org/PublicHealth StopTraffickingDemand.com EndSexualExploitation.org/Prostitution   ACTIVATE YOUR FAMILY: You can bring recovery and prevention into your home. NCOSE’s…

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What does my donation go to?

NCOSE operates on a tight budget and puts all donations directly to the cause of defending human dignity. With well more than a $10 million footprint, our mere $1.2 million budget goes far. 76% of donations go directly to programs, while 8% goes to fundraising and 16% goes to overhead expenses. You can see a report of…

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Is my donation tax-deductible in the U.S.?

Yes. We are a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all contributions are fully tax-deductible.

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What are examples of sexual exploitation?

Sexual exploitation encompasses a wide-range of sexual abuse or utilitarian sexual uses of persons, regardless of age, including (but not limited to): sexual objectification, sexual violence, pornography, prostitution, sex trafficking, child sexual abuse, sexual violence, and more. It includes any actual or attempted abuse of a position of vulnerability, differential power, or trust, for sexual…

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