Turning a Nonprofit

Who ever heard of such a thing? It’s supposed to be turning a profit, isn’t it? Well, not in our case. We started out with one mind and one heart and one passion… freedom. Freedom isn’t only for those who can pay.  In fact, there are many commercial services available to those who can afford them. What about those who cannot? That is where we come in. Since its inception, Captive Audience has been bringing anti-captivity training to people of every social stratum, offering scholarships to those who need it can not pay for it. We have also been working with and for the families and governments of current hostages on a pro bono basis, simply because we want to set captives free. As a for-profit company, we have been quite limited in how we can help. We could not fundraise or accept tax free donations or apply for the grants that would help us help more people. We were restricted to self-funding 100% of our operations and we never felt like that was enough. Thus, we would like to announce that we are in the process of forming Captive Audience Prevention Training and Recovery Team, Inc. This is currently a nonprofit shell with a board of directors. We are making our way through the wickets as we apply to the IRS for 501(c)3 status. Once that is done, we will begin raising money in earnest to change the world.

Human captivity is a huge problem and it grows worse every day. There is so much profit to be made in buying and selling slaves, organs, children, and kidnapped-for-ransom hostages. We are trying to stop this vile trade. We want to bring training to people who are already free so that they may stay free. We are working to recover captive people by many different means and methodologies. We are bringing everything we have to the fight to disassemble criminal networks and prosecute individuals. All of this takes far more support than we can generate on our own. However, with the power of an NGO, with cooperative relationships between similar organizations, and with volunteers and donations, we can do this. Would you like to be involved?

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