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Darkness to Light Selected as a 2024 TCS New York City Marathon Charity Partner

Darkness to Light has been selected as an Official Charity Partner for the 2024 TCS New York City Marathon! As a charity partner, we received five entry spots for the race on November 3, 2024. These runners will raise funds to support Darkness to...
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What it Takes to Protect Children, Our Summer Camp Toolkit

Summer camp, whether overnight camp or day camp, is a time for kids to experience recreational fun balanced with growing independence.  When making a choice about the camps your child will attend, it’s important to know what to ask. More than likely...

Darkness to Light Secures State Funding, Championed by Representative Wetmore

Recognizing the vital need to address and support programs and policies that improve community welfare, Democratic Representative Elizabeth “Spencer” Wetmore (D-115) played a pivotal role in securing significant funding for Darkness to...

Safety in Seconds: Human Trafficking Prevention

This Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we are shedding light on child sex trafficking – one microlearning module at a time. Explore the knowledge and tools needed to prevent child sex trafficking with our Safety in Seconds series featuring...

Join Our Virtual Roadshow

Our team is hitting the road… virtually! Darkness to Light’s Lead Instructor, Carol Hogue, and Director of Programming and Partnerships, Tracy Leonard, are gearing up for an exciting month of virtual meetings, heading to a region near...

Our Impact in 2023

“A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives” – Jackie Robinson  We kicked off 2023 with a bang by announcing the release of the NEW Stewards of Children®, and we have not slowed down since! Take a look back...

 

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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
So Far This August…

So Far This August…

So far this August… we have trained over 1,000 people on how to Prevent, Recognize and React Responsibly to child sexual abuse. Anne and Cathy helping unload boxes and boxes of Prevention workbooks for Steward of Children Trainings So far this August… we have had two hour long documentaries on ABC Charleston highlighting the trauma … Read More
D2L Billboard

D2L Billboard

One of the first things you see when you get to Charleston? Our Prevent-a-thon billboard!