XBIZ Awards 2013 Fundraiser Raises More Than $80K for FSC, ASACP

XBIZ Awards 2013 Fundraiser Raises More Than $80K for FSC, ASACP
Dan Miller

LOS ANGELES — XBIZ is pleased to announce that a special fundraising segment of the 2013 XBIZ Awards on Jan. 11 raised more than $80,000 that will be split equally between the Free Speech Coalition (FSC) and Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP).

Girlfriends Films Vice President Moose and MetArt.com co-owner Amnon co-hosted the fundraiser midway through the gala awards ceremony at the Century Plaza Hotel in Century City, Calif. Moose passionately encouraged the industry to help the FSC and ASACP with financial resources that ultimately benefit the industry as a whole.

The donations — which totaled $81,400 — from the XBIZ Awards attendees were as follows:

Anonymous ­­­
- $40,700
XBIZ - $5,000
Adam & Eve - $4,000
Orbital Pay - $3,000
The Screaming O - $2,500
AEBN - $2,000
ATKingdom - $2,000
Fleshlight - $2,000
MetArt - $2,000
Springtown - $2,000
Mansion Productions - $1,500
Brazzers - $1,000
California Exotic Novelties - $1,000
Clips4Sale - $1,000
Eldorado - $1,000
FUBAR Magazine - $1,000
Gamelink - $1,000
Girlfriends Films - $1,000
HotMovies -$1,000
Mobius Payments - $1,000
MojoHost - $1,000
New Sensations - $1,000
Paradise Marketing - $1,000
SexToy.com - $1,000
Venus – $1,000

Adult performers Bonnie Rotten, Sophie Dee and Sunny Lane also made donations.

“ASACP is extremely thankful to all generous donors who supported ASACP and FSC creating a very successful non-profit fundraising event,” said Tim Henning, executive director of ASACP. “We would also like to thank XBIZ for all of their efforts in putting it together. This is further proof that the adult entertainment industry truly cares about sending a message of corporate responsibility and self-regulation. Since 1996 ASACP has been educating the online adult entertainment industry, international government policy makers, and parents about online child safety, child exploitation, and the efforts of the online adult entertainment industry to battle child sexual abuse and be proactive with internet child safety issues.”

"We at FSC are so appreciative to everyone who contributed, it is heartwarming to get so much support from the industry," said Diane Duke, CEO of FSC. "Thank you to [XBIZ founder and publisher, Alec Helmy, and XBIZ Events Manager and Producer, Moe Helmy] and everyone at XBIZ for their generosity and this incredible opportunity to reach out to the industry."

Alec Helmy added, “We were honored to provide a special forum to raise funds for these two critically important industry organizations. We want to express our sincere gratitude to both FSC and ASACP for all they do to protect our industry.”