Let Go... Let Peace Come In Foundation

  • PA

Address

630 W GERMANTOWN PIKE STE 180
PLYMOUTH MEETING
PA
19462
United States

About Us

The mission of Let Go, Let Peace Come In is to bring healing, support, and awareness to the hundreds of millions of adult childhood sexual abuse survivors and their families worldwide. We plan to enact change within the healthcare systems, political systems, and societies by teaching and educating through the current technologies. We will weave our message of peace, hope, recovery and happiness into the fabric of these societies by integrating published materials with video, audio and Internet media throughout the world. And we will raise money for a non-profit fund to provide the financial assistance necessary to start survivors of childhood sexual abuse on the path to recovery “one” survivor at a time.

Your help and support is needed to make a difference. There are many organizations already addressing the prevention and detection of childhood sexual abuse in children, but the focus of “Let Go, Let Peace Come In” is to show that the damage is both deeper and wider to adult individuals and to our society than previously thought. We need survivors to both speak and to be listened to, something we could not do as children. It is time to end the silence. Pictures and statements give a much needed human dimension to statistics and sharing our stories helps us to bring peace and personal change to each other. We're hopeful that you will be part of the healing process by sending us a childhood photo and caption or any other photo you feel comfortable with, so that we can depict and support the transformation of all survivors around the world to learn how to live again. With your story together we can enact change and start the healing process. If you do not have a childhood photo available we do have both male and female silhouettes that can be used next to your original caption.

Together we can; Together we should; Together we need to heal and become emotionally and physically healthy adults by addressing our abuse and following a path to recovery. We should do this first for ourselves because we deserve the right to have peace and second the healthier we become the more likely it is that our future generations will be healthier emotional human beings.


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