Our children deserve our help and support in fighting this most intimate form of terrorism.
King’s Treasure Box Ministries is committed to this fight. Please join us.
We have come together as King’s Treasure Box Ministries to make a difference in the lives of thousands of children and adults who have been affected by child sexual abuse.
Our goals include:
- Continue writing books to bring awareness to the issue and to help survivors heal
- Develop therapeutic apps, video games and therapy programs using current technology in order to reach today’s youth
- Use media such as radio and television as a platform to bring awareness to the issue, to increase hope for those abused and to give survivors a voice
- Provide performances by characters such as Jingles, Princess Gracie and Lil Jimmy to teach children about safety issues, good touch/bad touch, boundaries, abstinence and their true identity as royalty
- Collaborate with other ministries such as Voice Today and Lil Jimmy Productions in order to promote awareness and provide healing for our children and community as a whole
- Help create a model for group homes where a child who has been sexually abused can thrive and get the healing they require based on their specific needs Child sexual abuse is an issue that affects all of our lives, directly and indirectly
- Girls Sexually Abused By Age 18 25% 25%
- Girls Sexually Abused By Age 5 24% 24%
- Boys Sexually Abused By Age 18 17% 17%
- Sexually Abused Children Under Age 12 34% 34%
- Sexually Abused Children Under Age 7 14% 14%
- Child Sexual Abuse Not Reported 88% 88%
- Committed By Fathers 20% 20%
- Committed By Their Relatives 16% 16%
- Committed By Friends or Acquaintances 50% 50%
- Committed By Juveniles (18 years old or younger) 40% 40%
- Committed By Strangers 4% 4%
- Child Sexual Abuse Reported 12% 12%
The statistics regarding the prevalence of child sexual abuse are as appalling as they are unbelievable to most people. Although many may want to know the truth about child sexual abuse, it may be too personally horrifying to contemplate, and too shocking or emotionally painful to accept.
- One in four girls and one in six boys are sexually abused by 18 years of age
- 34% of sexually abused children are under the age of 12, and 14% are under the age of 7
- 7 – 13 year olds are the population most vulnerable to sexual abuse, but 24% of girls that are sexually abused are 5 years old or younger
- Most children are abused by someone they know and trust, e.g. 20% by fathers, 16% by relatives and 50% by friends or acquaintances
- Only four percent of the offenders are strangers
- Forty percent of the offenders who victimized children under age 6 were juveniles – 18 years old or younger
- Studies have not found differences in the prevalence of child sexual abuse among different social classes or races
- Only 12 percent of child sexual abuse is ever reported