LOS ANGELES — The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) has announced that online content management system (CMS) provider Elevated X, will be holding another promotion benefitting the association.
To show its support of ASACP’s ongoing mission to keep children out of and away from adult oriented materials on the Internet, during the month of July, Elevated X will donate 15 percent of gross new CMS product sales to the ASACP Foundation.
The promotion is a step-up from similar offers by Elevated X in 2010 and 2012, which saw a 10 percent donation of CMS sales benefitting ASACP, and provides a way for both old and new sites to support the association while upgrading the platform they operate on.
In addition to its financial support of ASACP, Elevated X plays a positive role in online child protection by adding the ASACP-developed Restricted To Adults (RTA) website label to its default web page templates, making it easy for adult website owners to secure their web pages from unauthorized, underage viewers, while providing parents with a tool that delivers better results from browser-based filtering solutions.
“Children’s rights and child protection is an important issue to us,” AJ Hall, Elevated X co-founder and CEO, stated. “ASACP is doing good work and we welcomed this opportunity to show them our support.”
ASACP Executive Director, Tim Henning, explains that this type of fundraiser exemplifies the creativity that companies show in supporting the association and its laudable goals, demonstrating that stakeholders are taking proactive steps towards protecting children.
“The generous support of digital media companies and other stakeholders allow ASACP to carry out its mission to operate our CP Reporting Hotline and more,” Henning says. “Via financial, material and marketing support, and by adding RTA labeling, following ASACP’s Best Practices, Code of Ethics and other measures, our supporters make a difference.”
For more information on Elevated X, visit www.elevatedx.com.
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