CENTER FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE 122-C Matahimik St., U.P. Village, Quezon City 1101 Telefax: (632) 434-7528, 426-7839 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Website: www.cptcsa.orgFebruary 6, 2012 ...creating a safer world for children__________________________________________Dear _________:Greetings!We, the Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse (CPTCSA) are a non-stockand non-profit organization that envisions a society that upholds the RIGHTS and DIGNITY of allchildren through the protection from abuse and exploitation. We create safer communities byestablishing effective prevention education as well as providing treatment and support services forchild survivors and their families. On February 5- 11, 2012, we will be commemorating the 16 th “National Awareness Week for thePrevention of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation” pursuant to Proclamation Number 731 series of2006 with the theme “Child Pornography ay Pang-Aabuso, Sugpuin, Batas na Nauukol,Pairalin”. This year’s observance aims to heighten the awareness of the public on the issue of childpornography as a form of child sexual abuse and the “Anti-Child Pornography Law” (R.A. 9775 of2009) that adheres to eliminate child pornography in the country. One of the activities for the weeklong celebration is the culminating event entitled“Masaya atLigtas na Pista ng mga Kabataan” that will be held on 11 February 2012, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm atthe Quezon City Memorial Circle. This will be attended by 1000 school children (6- 16 years old).There will be puppet show, storytelling, traditional Filipino games, mural painting, arts and crafts andother fun filled activities bound to teach the kids and teens how they can protect themselves fromchild pornography and other forms of abuse. There will be posters and flyers distribution about theAnti- Child Pornography Law (RA 9775) and a booth for media interview. In line with this, may we invite you to be part of this national, landmark event as EVENTS-BASEDADVOCACY PARTNER by rendering volunteer/community outreach work for the Read-Along,Storytelling of Hoy, Bata! Mahalaga Ka and Erica and Jay Learn the Touching Rules books,facilitation of Arts and Crafts, face painting, freehand drawing and beads craftmaking, andfacilitation of Filipino festival games for children and teens at the said event.
CENTER FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE 122-C Matahimik St., U.P. Village, Quezon City 1101 Telefax: (632) 434-7528, 426-7839 • Email: email@example.com • Website: www.cptcsa.org ...creating a safer world for childrenAs partner, we will place your organization’s name and online links in the activity banner, newsletter,Facebook page and in our website as one of our advocacy supporters.This affair is in partnership with the Council for the Welfare of the Children (CWC), Department ofSocial Welfare and Development (DSWD), Department of Education (DepEd), Philippine InformationAgency (PIA), ECPAT Philippines, Lunduyan Foundation, Hope Worldwide Foundation, Child HopeAsia and Quezon City Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte.Attached is the event program schedule and copy of documents about Proclamation No. 731 foryour perusal. A copy of the Artist/Volunteer Honorarium Claim Form is also available to be filled outand submitted to us on or before February 9, 2012. We are looking forward for a positive response to this request. We will be calling your office or yourcoordinator to follow up on this. We will also be glad to meet with you if you still need furtherinformation about this event.Thank you very much.Sincerely,Lorelei Almirezlorelei.firstname.lastname@example.org
Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Sexual AbuseHonorarium Agreement and Claim Form Please return this form to the CPTCSA Resource Mobilization Unit. Submit a signed copy of this form by: a) Scan and Email to: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org b) Fax: 434-7528; 426-7839 c) Mail to: Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse 122-C Matahimik St., U.P. Village, Quezon City 1101 For questions or concerns please call or text 0922-502-3982To be completed by claimant Personal InformationLast Name: First Name:HOME Street Address:City Province Postal Code Contact No.OFFICE Street Address:City Province Postal Code Contact No. I wish to receive the honorarium to which I am entitled (please sign below) I wish to donate the honorarium to which I am entitled (please complete the following section andsign below)Please designate my donation to: (please see the attached donation brochure for options or log onto http://cptcsa.org/resource-development/friends-of-cptcsa/I certify that the information I provided is accurate and complete. I further certify that the amountsclaimed have not been previously paid to me or my behalf. ______________________________________________________________ Signature over Printed Name DateTo be filled out by CPTCSA contact as per Honorarium guidelines Claim Information Date Activity Description Time Honorarium Total PhPAccount Fund Department AccountStringAuthority for Print Name Signature DatePayment: CPTCSA Honorarium Agreement and Claim Form Call 434-7528; 426-7839 email: email@example.com website: www.cptcsa.org
Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Sexual AbuseCSAEAW 2012 MATERIALS REQUEST FORM Please return this form to the CPTCSA Resource Mobilization Unit. Submit a signed copy of this form by: a) Scan and Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com b) Fax: 434-7528; 426-7839 c) Mail to: Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse 122-C Matahimik St., U.P. Village, Quezon City 1101 For questions or concerns please call 0922-502-3982 Personal InformationLast Name: First Name:OFFICE Street Address:City Province Postal Code Contact No. Materials Request Form Qty. Item Description Item Costs Price Total PhP CPTCSA CSAEAW 2012 Materials Request Form Call 434-7528; 426-7839 email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.cptcsa.org
“Masaya at Ligtas na Pista ng mga Kabataan 2012” A Culminating Event for the 16th NAWPCSAE 11 February 2012 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM Quezon City Memorial Circle Program of ActivitiesTime Activities8:00 – 9:30 Registration of the participants9:30 -10:00 Opening Program - Invocation - Philippine National Anthem - Welcome Remarks: • Hon. Joy Belmonte Vice Mayor,Quezon City - Acknowledgement of the Participants: - Inspirational Messages: • Usec. Yolando Quijano Undersecretary for Programs and Projects Department of Education • Dir. Brenda Vigo Executive Director Council for the Welfare of Children10:00 – 10:15 Presentation of Pista Activities10:15 – 12:00 Pista Simultaneous Activities: - Arts and Crafts (face painting, free hand drawing, beads making) - Film showing (Hoy Bata Mahalaga Ka Video) - Story Telling (Ang Kuwento ni Lea, Si Biboy, Erica and Jay) - Mural Painting12:00 – 1:00 Lunch Break / Acknowledgements1:00 – 2:00 Pista Games - Sack Race - Kalamansi Race - Tug of War2:00 – 2:45 Puppet Show2:45 – 3:00 Closing Remarks: • Hon. Dinky Soliman Secretary Department of Social Welfare and Development Office
Malacañang Manila By the President of the Philippines PROCLAMATION NO. 731 DECLARING THE SECOND WEEK OF FEBRUARY OF EVERY YEAR AS"NATIONAL AWARENESS WEEK FOR THE PREVENTION OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSEAND EXPLOITATION" WHEREAS, Article I, Section 2, of 7610 declares that "The State shall providespecial protection to children from all forms of abuse, neglect, cruelty, exploitation, anddiscrimination and other conditions prejudicial to their development," WHEREAS, child sexual abuse is a social reality in the country and constitutes oneof the profound violations of the rights of children; WHEREAS, child sexual abuse is the most underreported form of abuse due to itssensitive nature; WHEREAS, there is a need to raise the awareness of the public on the extent andmagnitude of the problem, as well as the adverse consequences on the personality ofthe child, his/her family, and the society at large; WHEREAS, the occurrence of the problem of child sexual abuse can be preventedwith a deliberate and systematic information, education, and communication activity; WHEREAS, an informed citizenry will be motivated to report any case of childsexual abuse in order that programs and services can be made available and accessibleto the victim and his/her family; NOW, THEREFORE, I, FIDEL V. RAMOS, President of the Philippines, by virtue ofthe powers vested in me by law, do hereby declare the second week of February of everyyear as "National Awareness Week for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse andExploitation." For this purpose, I call on all sectors and organizations, especially the Departmentof Social Welfare and Development, Department of Education, Culture and Sports,Department of Health, Philippine National Police, Department of the Interior and LocalGovernment, Department of Labor and Employment, Philippine Information Agency,Department of Transportation and Communications, Council for the Welfare ofChildren, and other national agencies of government, as well as local government units,the Barangay Council for the Protection of Children to join hands with the public sector,non- government organizations, child and youth organizations, peoples organizations,media, women, and business corporations to: 1. promote awareness on the problem of child sexual abuse and exploitation; 2. participate in the nationwide campaign to prevent child sexual abuse and exploitation;
3. instill in the general public respect for laws and ordinances related to the welfare of children, and surveillance and report of suspected cases to DSWD or law enforcement agencies; 4. integrate in school curriculum topics on child abuse and exploitation; and 5. provide orientation to all sectors on RA 7610 and other laws and on the problem of child abuse and exploitation. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of theRepublic of the Philippines to be affixed. DONE in the City of Manila, this 5th day of February in the year of Our Lord,nineteen hundred and ninety-six. (Sgd.) FIDEL V. RAMOS President of the PhilippinesBy the President:(Sgd.) RUBEN D. TORRESExecutive Secretary