CHILD RESCUE COALITION UNVEILS SHORT FILM FEATURING JOHN WALSH AS PART OF WINNING A PRESTIGIOUS VIDEO GRANT FROM EYES ON YOUR MISSION
The non-profit receives top honors for its work to protect children from online predators with cutting edge software
BOCA RATON, Fla. (June 10, 2020) — On June 17, 2020, Child Rescue Coalition debuted their new short film which was a result of receiving the Eyes On Your Mission Free Video Grant in 2020. The film features John Walsh and sheds a light on CRC’s important mission of rescuing children from sexual abuse by building technology for law enforcement, free of charge, to track, arrest and prosecute child predators.
“We are honored that Eyes On Your Mission chose to highlight and bring awareness to Child Rescue Coalition through the creation of a moving short film,” said Carly Yoost, Founder and CEO of Child Rescue Coalition. “Getting to work with my dear family friends, John Walsh and his daughter Meghan, was truly a special way to bring our similar missions to the next generation.”
The annual Eyes On Your Mission Free Video Grant provides nonprofits with a free video production and visual storytelling promotional package including; communications strategy, videos, still photos and social media content. Child Rescue Coalition received the award for exhibiting innovation, creativity and future-thinking. The grant is international, multi-lingual and considers a diverse range of causes and organizations.
Child Rescue Coalition (CRC), a south Florida-based nonprofit organization with global reach, has spent the past decade building the world’s most sophisticated technology to hunt child predators. Through proactive partnerships with law enforcement, the nonprofit’s system has tracked 54 million offenders around the world in order to protect children from sexual exploitation and abuse. With a mission of protecting innocence through technology, the technology developed by CRC has aided in the arrest of more than 12,000 predators and rescued more than 2,700 abused children in the last six years.
For more information, visit childrescuecoalition.org or call (561) 208-9000.