SDC Media Holds Fundraiser for ASACP Foundation

LOS ANGELES — In an effort to bring the issue of online child protection to the attention of its members, SDC Media (Swingers Date Club) is holding a fundraiser today for the ASACP.

“SDC, along with many of its members, believes that keeping kids safe online is a major priority,” SDC’s Dave Vandewouw said. “This is why SDC is putting together a fundraiser to help raise money for ASACP.”

According to SDC, an ASACP corporate sponsor, the company operates one of the largest swingers’ websites with members in more than 50 different countries.

It has set up a special web page where its members can make donations to the association.

“Kudos to SDC for its efforts to raise awareness and support for ASACP,” CEO Joan Irvine said. “Today, more than ever, it’s important for the industry to support ASACP in its mission to keep children out of and away from adult entertainment.”

“This effort will not only raise money to help keep kids safe online, but it will also promote ASACP in countries around the world where they may not be very well known,” Vandewouw added. “SDC is committed to working with the ASACP Foundation for the benefit of all our children and to make the internet a safer place for them.”

“We encourage other companies to do the same for us,” Irvine said. “Innovative fundraising initiatives enable companies of all sizes to help, allowing their customers to help support this important work.”


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