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2019: Hope for the Next One

She’s Somebody’s Daughter: building communities of love and hope that honor women. As we seek to raise awareness about sexual exploitation and to offer support for women affected by that, there are many directions we could go.

So every year we pick a theme for She’s Somebody’s Daughter. Something to keep each initiative focused on the same thing, a way to set a goal in front of us, and something to unify our team in one direction. The past several years’ themes have been Planting Seeds, Setting the Table, and Thrive: a beautiful progression of growth that has correlated well with SSD's journey.

As we are beginning to see fruit come from years of investment and TLC, we have set 2019's theme as Hope for the Next One. This theme has a double meaning for me. First, may we choose to keep hoping for the next one, the next life changed, the next woman ready to turn towards her Savior’s loving arms and accept the abundant life He came to give.

"Let us not become weary in doing good,…
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The Greatest Agent for Change

“Awareness is the greatest agent for change.”  Quote by Eckhart Tolle
Raising awareness about sexual exploitation, and its connections to pornography and sexual abuse, has been the launching pad for SSD since 2012. It is still important to us today. We plan to post eight additional billboards in three states in 2018.

Since our outreach began in Central PA and now branches into northern MD and WV,  our plan includes having several months of coverage in these three states, covering numerous counties, including the Route 81 corridor.
Our message is making a difference as we build communities of love and hope! Quote from young man through Facebook: 
"Every time I feel weak and am about to start watching porn or look at something obscene, literally the words "She's Somebody's Daughter” pull me back.
I see your billboards…I'm so thankful for what you are doing for men too. For holding us to a higher standard. Calling us to be better. Thank you.”


Industry worker’s response…