Please mail a check, bank check or money order to:
590 SW 9th Terrace Ste 2
Pompano Beach, Florida 33069
A tax deductible
receipt will be mailed to you.
We are funded in five ways.
- director grants,
- benefactors funding,
- public donations,
- in-kind donations,
- Project Inform revenues
main program provides for the national and international
distribution of child protection, child
abuse and abuse prevention information. This information is provided in
a number of formats:
> in print: our multi-language brochures are distributed free worldwide
to child advocacy centers, rape crisis centers, shelters, law
enforcement, child protection organizations, the judiciary, schools,
domestic violence crisis clinics and more as requested.
> online: as pdfs and site topics.
email: monthly updates to our worldwide child protection database
Inform: Providing information to large populations.
By large populations we mean organizations with large numbers of members
(police, teachers), faith-based groups, county - state and national
households, health care provider groups, hospitals, departments of government working on a national
level. Our brochures are charged at minimal cost and includes the production and fulfillment of
the projects. It is entirely turn-key requiring no participation from
the groups themselves. Special runs can be adapted to include the
organization's logo. We do not allow editing of our brochure text or the
is staffed by experienced volunteer Special Investigators. All of our
investigation work is done on their dime which we appreciate. There
are expenses involved; software, database accessing and data retrieval
advocacy and activist campaigns
One Child speaks for those who can't - children. As such, when we come
across child exploitation we tackle it head on directly and through the
media. We publicize topics relating to the abuse of children and promote
issues of child protection vigorously. In addition we publicize the
understanding of those who perpetrate crimes against children including
their motivations, crimes and punishment. To that we spend a great deal
of time communicating with government, corporations, the judiciary and
the media. In addition to our printed materials we write on
abuse-related topics to the judiciary and government agencies.
We make great use of volunteers and volunteered services (in-kind). Our
offices are donated on on three continents. One Child
International Inc., is a Florida non-profit undergoing IRS 501(c)3