Nearly 1,000 people gathered in downtown Seattle today for the Not On Our Watch luncheon, an annual fundraising event for StolenYouth, King County’s innovative coalition fighting child sex trafficking.
At the luncheon, StolenYouth launched their new campaign, NotInMyBackyard, an integrated push to raise awareness for the sex trafficking crisis in King County and to drive donations.
More than 500 children and youth are bought and sold for sex in King County alone.
The NotInMyBackyard campaign equips supporters with yard signs, stickers, social media photo frames and more, providing them with the tools they need to take action and spread the word.
The video was made by DNA’s in-house studio, Pocket, featuring 4k drone footage captured in downtown Seattle and original music composition. A homepage overhaul and a social media content calendar round out the campaign—extending engagement and fostering organic reach.
In the end, we’re all proud to be a part of creating great work for an important cause.
For more information on the campaign and what you can do to get involved, visit stolenyouth.org