In 2013, New Justice Network has begun its campaign towards making a difference the priority. We have moved more resources to the educational side of our program and are working with other campaigns coordinated by organizations to get information to the masses.
While New Justice Network is still working on cases and requests for help, we also want to take advantage of the opportunity we have been afforded and spread the word to all those who can be reached, and work to help those who are even too afraid to ask for it.
Two months out of the year, April and October, New Justice Network will put various resources from volunteer time to financial support into promoting special awareness campaigns. The rest of the year, the focus on the education and awareness will be present on all topics, whereas, April and October will focus on specific topics.
For the month of April, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center spearheads the Sexual Assault Awareness Month campaign. In 2013, New Justice Network participated in the campaign for its second year. During the 2013 campaign armbands were distributed and an exclusive four part article about sexual assault was published. Flyers were posted in various locations, as well as links all over the internet. For the 2014 campaign, New Justice Network is working on hosting several fundraiser events for local Sexual Assault victim assistance programs in Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma.
In October, New Justice Network participates in the Domestic Violence Awareness Month campaign that is spearheaded by No More! No More is an organization who allows free use of their logo and campaign materials in hopes of educating people about domestic violence and how to obtain help. In 2013, New Justice Network is hosting a Scentsy fundraiser to raise money for the National Domestic Violence Hotline.
New Justice Network is currently working several cases where our help has been requested. Some cases, assistance is offered and the case is closed. Other cases require in depth investigation and review. New Justice Network is always looking for volunteers that have something to contribute. Anything from a data entry person to a certified and licensed Private Investigator.
New Justice Network cannot discuss its cases publicly or without subpoena from a court without the express written permission of the authorized representative of a case. When it is possible, however, New Justice Network will make efforts to inform the public of information that is available to the public on a case that is being worked on.