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“Being a survivor is about learning to cope. I’m a survivor because I’m still here. It is hard to be a survivor. I put so much effort into it and people. You need to have some sort of passion in life. I have a passion to live.”

– Ally, survivor

There is More: Supporters who are fueling the fire within can change the world. Other ways in which you can make a difference:

Become a Social Ambassador

It’s going to take work to change the world. Get started by making sure that your friends and family know the scope of the problem. Our job is to inspire people to join the path towards affecting the change.

ECPAT International invites you to spread our message. You can amplify our story by simply following and subscribing to our social media accounts. It’s as simple as spending 5 minutes a week, on social media explaining who we are and what we do. Add social media icons of ECPAT – Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Youtube, TikTok (if applicable).

It’s as simple as spending 5 minutes a week on social media explaining who we are and what we do.

Add social media icons of ECPAT: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, TikTok (if applicable).

Fundraise

Supporters leverage Facebook or other social media platforms to help spread the word through fundraisers. A fundraiser can be set up in four easy steps.

Step 1 – Choose your campaign and set a goal. You could fundraise for your birthday, run a race, etc.

Step 2 – Show people your support, be the first to donate on your fundraising page.

Step 3 – Spread the word. Tell people across your social media accounts about your fundraising campaign.

Step 4 – Share your progress, inspire people to help you reach your goal.

Keep Learning

Help us ensure that every child can grow up safe, strong and bold.

Research is an important tool in our advocacy efforts. We are constantly learning about the issue – how is exploitation evolving, the role of technology, how are governments responding to child protection and safety and so on.

Understanding the scale of the problem can help identify even more ways to get involved.

Speak Up

If You See Something, Say Something. Report It, Don’t Ignore It!!

  • If you have witnessed a crime being committed against a child, your first priority (where possible) should be to contact the local police.
  • If you can’t or won’t report to local law enforcement you can also report suspected child sex offences via our partner website Don’t Look Away.
  • If you believe you have seen a child being sexually abused online, please contact the police or go to the website of our partner organization INHOPE to find out the best avenue for reporting the material to the appropriate national authorities.

Report it now.

What Our Donors Say About Us

“We are strongly opposed to child abuse. I feel personally offended because of the existence of child abuse, knowing that males also from my own country, travel towards the east for child abuse. I find it horrible.”

– One time donor, Anonymous

“In this pandemic period, I am having a very difficult time but I hope to continue with a tiny contribution that may help to make a change altogether.”

– Monthly donor, Name Withheld

Not speaking was like an emotional cancer.

“Injustice makes me angry. You’re first fuelled by rage, but then you have to find a different motivation. For me it was compassion. It is not about revenge or compensation; it is about child protection.”

-Matthew, survivor

Working Tirelessly for Many Decades

ECPAT International has been working tirelessly for many decades to address the sexual exploitation of children. In fact, we are the leading global network solely dedicated to this issue.

We maximise our budget to focus on cutting edge research and programmes that work towards galvanizing the global community to respond and react. Your generous gifts are part of our solution. Thank you for contributing.

Donor FAQs

Does ECPAT International sell, rent or trade donor information (eg., mailing and email addresses) to other agencies?

Absolutely not. We have no intention of selling, or trading donor information.

I am interested in donating a larger gift. Whom should I contact?

Please reach out to us at fundraising@ecpat.org and include Major Gift/Legacy/Workplace Giving in the subject line.

I would like to wire transfer/bank transfer to ECPAT International. What is your bank account information?

Bank account number: 1234502589
Account holder’s name: ECPAT International
Account holder’s address:  328/1 Phayathai Road, Ratchathewi, Bangkok, Thailand 10400
Account holder’s telephone no.: +(66) 2 215 3388
Name of bank: Bangkok Bank Public Company Limited
Bank Branch:  Atchathewi Branch
Bank address: Phayathai Plaza Building, Phayathai Road, Ratchatewi, Bangkok, Thailand 10400 BIC/SWIFT code of bank: BKKBTHBK

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All contributions are made towards ECPAT International (Secretariat) which coordinates, facilitates and steers the entire network of over a 100 members across the globe.

All donations are final. Kindly contact fundraising@ecpat.org with any questions or further information.

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