Equipping & Empowering: Take Action this Child Abuse Prevention Month

Last fall, during our Envision Conference, which was held in partnership with the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, we were honored to have as our keynote, Anthony Edwards...

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

With their pinwheels, special days to wear blue, and local events, child advocates are out in full force bringing awareness to the many forms of child abuse affecting our children. That’s because we know that the only way to end child abuse is...

Darkness To Light Announces New Stewards Of Children®

Darkness To Light Announces April Release Of The New Stewards Of Children® Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training CHARLESTON, SC – Darkness to Light, a national not-for-profit leader in the prevention of child sexual abuse, announced today the April...


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Childhood Stories

Childhood Stories

We recently posted our Childhood Stories documentary on our website and we encourage everyone to check it out. This documentary explains exactly Why We Do What We Do. Childhood Stories


We’ve gotten our YouTube channel up and going and we’re excited to be able to reach people through another avenue. So far our channel is primarily PSAs we’ve used past and present, and we hope to be able to provide you with stimulating and useful information regarding child sexual abuse PREVENTION. Darkness2Light Channel
Darkness to Light Featured in “Self” Magazine

Darkness to Light Featured in “Self” Magazine

Amy Barth, supporter of Darkness2Light, was featured in this month’s issue of Self magazine! Amy, a survivor herself, has done great things to help other survivors of child sexual abuse by founding and running Camp Cadi.
Art Walk or Ant March? (Charleston Magazine)

Art Walk or Ant March? (Charleston Magazine)

Jeffrey Kennedy, a local artist, has decided on the latter, building giant metal ant sculptures that “march” all over downtown Charleston. However, these colorful and fun ants do much more than creep up on the Chinese takeout you left on the kitchen counter last night. All sizes of wire and clay ants are on parade … Read More