Be a part of this groundbreaking effort to get P.A.P.A. signed into law!
Be a part of the PAPA Campaign Committee;
Be a PAPA Campaign Action Leader!
Contact Suzanne Stanford at:
Make a financial contribution
Make an "in kind" donation (goods and/or services)
Support this proposed legislation
Address for Donations:
2549-B Eastbluff Drive, #308
Newport Beach, CA 92660
Responsibilities of the Community Action Campaign Committee
Support of Proposed Legislation: "Parents Against Predators Act" (aka "PAPA") "& Internet Safety Education
PAPA Executive Campaign Action Committee Objective:
Create a national grassroots campaign to support PAPA/Internet Safety Education Outreach in the form of: Multiple/leveraged satellite "Community Action Campaign Committees" ("CACC").
Youth Action Campaign Committee Responsibilities (YACC):
- Learn about safe and responsible Internet use (Partner is: My Internet Safety Coach).
- Spread the word about PAPA, and garner support within their community to support the proposed PAPA federal legislation.
a) Help launch at least 1 CACC (adults)
b) Help launch at least 1 Youth Action Campaign Committee (high school or college)
c) Talk to 1 or more businesses about PAPA to garner their support.
- Host 1 or more fundraisers/event -- organized by their CACC.
d) Invite local U.S. Representative and other community leaders and Law Enforcement to event(s).
- Select a Media Spokesperson (Chairperson may be the Media Spokesperson).
- Media: If there is a high school/college newspaper, YACC Media Spokesperson must alert them about PAPA for a story.
- Alert the local media about PAPA, and garner support in their local community.(television/radio/print/Internet)
- On 4 targeted dates, each committee will help organize, coordinate, and participate in an email/fax/telephone blast campaign to the President, and their U.S. Senators and Representatives in Washington, DC.
- Work under the PAPA Executive Campaign Action Committee (PECACC),
Media Spokesperson Guidelines:
- Media Spokesperson will be trained by Suzanne Stanford on how to speak fluently/succinctly to the media about PAPA, as well as on safe and responsible Internet use.
- Prior to an interview, an email must be sent to PECACC (Suzanne Stanford firstname.lastname@example.org or PECACC media contact), with the interview details: name of the media outlet, the name/ telephone number of the media contact, and the date of the interview. If the interview is impromptu, then "please" get the details to PECACC as soon as possible.
A "Media Script" will be provided, however the following are key points that must be included in any and all media interviews (television/radio/print/Internet):
- The "Media Spokesperson" must be able to succinctly explain PAPA legislative points and know current internet crime statistics (stats will be provided).
(Note: There will be a conference call(s) with Suzanne Stanford for media training.)
- The media spokesperson must include Suzanne Stanford/My Internet Safety Coach as the originator of PAPA.
- If there is a legislator/elected official who is a PAPA "supporter", the media spokesperson MUST mention his/her name in the press.
- During the interview, the media spokesperson must give the PAPA website address and contact telephone number: (888) 477-9650; (cell) ((949) 295-9650.
Following the Interview, the Media Spokesperson must:
- Always ask for a business card from the media source contact.
- Always ask: "When will this interview appear?" (date/time/channel/publication name/radio station call letters "& location, etc.)
- If the interview is to be broadcast on television/radio/internet, ask for a copy of it to be mailed to:
Support PAPA; 2549-B Eastbluff Drive, #308; Newport Beach, CA 92660
- Tell the producer/interviewer that we would like the interview to be uploaded onto the PAPA website - Please get permission from them in writing.