The Million Kids mission is to PREVENT child exploitation by empowering every kid, and those who interact with kids, through education on predators and to INTERVENE by providing support services to those families and children in crisis.
Million Kids is dedicated to preventing human exploitation, including sex trafficking, child pornography and sextortion, through education. As we spend thousands of hours researching and staying on the cutting edge of new technology, we see a convergence where the entire world is connected; artificial intelligence knows everything about you, the monetization of most apps through crypto-currency and the availability of mass audience live streaming. This vortex of technology creates the perfect opportunity for pimps, predators, pedophiles, gangs, cartels and organized crime to access, groom, exploit, recruit and blackmail innocent teens and young adults generating a global explosion of sexual exploitation crimes.
To keep kids safe, our research and expertise is critical in the training we provide. Million Kids Insider Alerts keeps you apprised of what is going on, what it means to your family and community, and
We have personally and virtually educated over 400,000 people including some from the most important government agencies, law enforcement, EMTs, fire departments, code enforcement and social workers, as well as children, parents/guardians, therapists, pastors, school teachers/administrators, foster agencies, and civic groups about how predators use Internet technology to access, groom, recruit and exploit young people.
Million Kids provides intervention assistance services to families who may have a loved one that is a victim of sexual exploitation. We routinely talk with parents who are struggling with their child being recruited, blackmailed and exploited. We make referrals to therapists and victim service providers. We also receive tips from those who see something that looks like it is of concern and want to know what to do. We work with local law enforcement to help find missing or runaway teens, many of those teens had no intention of running away but only wanted to meet up with someone they met online.
CEO & President
Opal Singleton Hendershot