SUPPORTING INITIATIVES TO SAFEGUARD CHILDREN IN THE ONLINE DIGITAL CONTEXT

Free For Life - 1 Million SafeToNet Licences Coronavirus (COVID-19):
support for parents and carers to keep children safe online.

The COVID-19 pandemic, the related lockdown and closure of schools has increased the amount of time children spend online. This time is often spent without immediate supervision, making children more vulnerable than ever before and subjecting them to increasing levels of predation and risk online.

As a response, the SafeToNet Foundation is making available 1 million licenses of SafeToNet’s safeguarding software to families of the United Kingdom free of charge and for life. SafeToNet is an app for parents to help safeguard their children from online risks like cyberbullying and sexting, whilst respecting the child’s rights to privacy.

Parents have until midnight on the 1st of August to register their details via the link above and until the 30th of August to activate the App on their smartphone or tablet.

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Our Mission

To search out and support projects and other initiatives that focus on safeguarding children from risks stemming from cyber-bullying, sexting, on-line grooming, and harmful content on websites and social media.

Our Beneficiaries

Our Beneficiaries are charities and other NGOs working to safeguard children from cyber-bullying, sexting, grooming and harmful content on websites and social media. Areas in which we and the charities we support work are numerous.

Our Funding

We receive funding from SafeToNet Ltd. However, we are not exclusively funded by SafeToNet and welcome discussions with other organisations or high net worth individuals who have a passion for the safeguarding of young people.

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN IN THE DIGITAL CONTEXT
download our thought-provoking white paper:

15% of teens have sexted with someone they have never met
The NSPCC states that 15% of teens have sexted with someone they have never met face to face.
44% of boys have seen sexual images of girls in their school
Parry Aftab reports that a staggering 44% of boys have seen sexual images of girls in their own school
50% of all teens have experienced cyberbullying
According to recent NSPCC research, half of all children in the UK have experienced some form of cyberbullying on social networks or other sites.

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