If you’re like me, you spend a great deal of time trying to choose that perfect gift for a loved one. What if this holiday season, you chose to give a gift that will not only help protect those you love, but also have long-term impact for generations to come?
When you give to Enough Is Enough (EIE), you are enabling us to use our resources, expertise and influence to make the digital world a safer world for your child and their generation.
Thanks to the support of concerned people like yourself, EIE was able to make a HUGE impact of historical proportion and influence in 2017. You can see these successes below!
EIE is 100% donor funded, and it is because of a small group of generous donors that we are able to pioneer new efforts and build on the momentum of the recent successes below.
From the bottom of my heart, thank you for helping EIE provide the greatest gift of all to our children by leaving them a protected period of innocence.
Donna Rice Hughes
President & CEO
Enough Is Enough
P.S – In case you haven’t heard, the Breaking Free Virtual Summit continues online all week with new content through Tuesday, December 19, 2017. It’s free, virtual, and you can participate from home or office and hear from top experts in the field of sexual addiction.
World Congress on “Child Dignity in the Digital World”
Our national campaigns, programs and Internet safety expertise made headline news in major media outlets reaching millions of households worldwide!
Ms. Hughes’ work and inspirational journey was featured in a one-hour TV special” “Barbara Walters Presents.” Her op-eds were published in major media publications including CNN.com, Foxnews.com and Politico.
Children’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge
President Trump signedEIE’s bi-partisan Children’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge agreeing to enforce the existing federal obscenity, child p*rnography, sexual predation, and child trafficking laws and advance public policies designed to prevent the sexual exploitation of children online. This is the first time in history a U.S. President has pledged to protect children in the digital world. We have met with AG Jeff Sessions for DOJ to follow through on the Pledge promises.
The National Safe WiFi Campaign (aka Porn Free WiFi Campaign)
EIE’s Safe WiFi Campaign calling on Corporate America to filter porn and child porn on public WiFi resulted in McDonald’s filtering WiFi in 14,000 stores nationwide; Subway filtering in its company-owned stores and Starbucks’ announcement to implement national filtering and a global policy, but to date has not followed through.
“Say No to Teen Vogue” Campaign
Nearly 28,000 concerned citizens signed EIE’s petition to “Say No To Teen Vogue” for publishing a “How-to” Anal Sex Guide for its young readers at TeenVogue.com resulting in Conde Nast ceasing publication of the print edition of Teen Vogue Magazine!
The “High Road Campaign”
The High Road Campaign (A Project Wilberforce Initiative) is designed to confront the global epidemic of hate and cyberbullying by promoting civility, common decency and kindness. Ms. Hughes’ op-ed on CNN.com in support of Melania Trump’s cyberbullying platform garnered one million readers and 850 comments in the first 24 hours! The First Lady’s recent speech in the U.K. condemning online bullying included similar messaging utilized by the High Road campaign. The campaign is gaining traction!
Emmy Award Winning Internet Safety 101 Program
The Internet Safety 101 ProgramSM, lauded by the PTA as “a tailor-made response to the Internet child safety crisis facing our nation,” is now in international distribution. The Emmy winning 101 TV Series, in partnership with PBS, is on Vimeo and considered the ‘gold standard” of adult focused curriculum designed to develop savvy cyber-parents. (English/Spanish).
“Stop Disney-Themed P*rn” Campaign
EIE launched the campaign urging Disney to take legal action against Disney-themed hard-core p*rn sites, an apparent violation of Disney’s copyrighted To date, nearly 64,000 petitions have been signed!
The “Mom’s March Movement”
Ms. Hughes’ “High Road” speech at the national Moms March for America called moms to “stand together and focus on what unites us and not on what divides us,…to take the High Road and to join together for the protection and well-being of children from online sexual exploitation.”
Ms. Hughes joined fellow mom’s march speaker Candy Carson at the grand opening of the Museum of the Bible to ring the museum’s replica of the Liberty Bell, launching a ‘nationwide’ ringing of bells by churches to share the message of Americans coming together to “Let Freedom Ring!”.
The “Project Wilberforce Initiatives’
The Project Wilberforce initiatives were designed by EIE to end the Internet-enabled exploitation of children, to foster a kinder and safer Internet, and to restore a culture of dignity and respect.
Included is the Public Health Pandemic Pornography Campaign, a national movement with our coalition partners to shed light on the social costs and corroding influence of Internet pornography as a public health epidemic. As a result, Utah, Virginia, Tennessee, and South Dakota have passed or proposed resolutions declaring Internet pornography a public health crisis and the RNC included similar language in the 2017 GOP Platform.