The 351 Project

Mission: To create awareness and educate every (351) individual cities and towns in Massachusetts about the dangers of sex offenders in their community, current events involving children, crimes, passage of new child protection laws, sentencing, and ways the community can protect their children from child predators.

How it works:  Through 351 social media pages, working in every Massachusetts community.

We will be recruiting residents within each of the state’s cities and towns to build a Facebook group page devoted solely to educating and informing residents about protecting children against sexual abuse.

Facebook pages are an effective, cost-efficient way to put out the latest news on sex offenders, and to educate the public about how to keep themselves, and their children out of danger.

We will be disseminating information on how to recognize potential sexual abuse of a child, the statistics on predator-related crimes, positive events happening in the community, and other community related issues involving children, and public safety.

Protect Mass Children works with Public Officials, Local Law Enforcement, Sheriffs, Fire and School Departments. Each page will be a community involvement page, dedicated to contributing to public safety of the community involvement.

Politics: We are a NON-PARTISIAN group. We do not support any singular political party. We will work with any public official who supports our cause, no matter what their political affiliation.

Volunteers: Protect Mass Children is an ALL volunteer organization. Administrators who are selected will be asked to volunteer 1 hour or less a day on the project, and will be able to work from home.

Students will also be able to earn credits for their contribution to this project.

Administrators will be working with our organization to create awareness and educate their community about the dangers of sex offenders, who is in the community, and surrounding areas, current events, community achievements, crimes, passage of new child protection laws, sentencing, and ways the community can protect their children from child predators.

Each page will only accept and solicit friends who reside in the community the page represents.

Contact us if you’re interested in participating in The 351 Project.

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