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Running head: PROJECT CHARTER 1 Project Child Save Project Charter Brad Kiewiet Braxton Mitchell Tad Miller Clayton Hooten Tarleton State University – MGMT 5312 Submitted February 17, 2019
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CHARTER 2 Purpose The purpose of Project Child Save is to ultimately make the general public aware of human sex trafficking and its assault on families and children right here in the home of the brave. The evils of human sex trafficking need to be acknowledged and recognized so that light can be shed on this atrocity. Aware is key. Scope and Deliverables We have generated a list of required and optional deliverables in order of priority. By establishing priorities among these items, it will enable us to have direction and flexibility based upon the success of our fundraising efforts. Providing other avenues for our potential, excess funding to flow to, will allow us to maximize the positive impact for the Project Child Save organization. First and foremost, our number one priority is to increase public awareness that child abduction is on the rise in the United States. In doing so, we plan on raising monetary, or other, resources to fund the following items. All these items are tangible ways to support this organization. These items are listed in descending order with their classification marked as “required” and “optional”. (Required) 1. Provide equipment that is needed to have a successful extraction. o Donating money to fund extraction missions. o Face paint. o Boots. o Knives (get The Knife Guys to donate to the cause). o Provide gasmasks. o Eye protection. o Headset radios. (Optional)
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CHARTER 3 2. Organize a speaking engagement for Ty Ritter to speak at. o Speak at Tarleton on the Stephenville Campus where the team attends the meeting. (Pay for a plane ticket) o Speak locally in California to keep the cost lower. (Optional) 3. Pay for a billboard. o Even if the billboard only lasts a week. Due to monetary constraints ($400). From personal experience, we could rent space on an electronic billboard for around $300 for two weeks. Even if the billboard reaches just one parent to check into Project Child Save it will have all been worth it. We could submit a picture of the billboard ad as it airs to support our project documentation. The method(s) we have chosen, as a team, to raise these funds are as follows: (Required) 1. Soliciting for money. o Setting up an information booth with brochures informing the public at Walmart, HEB, or other large storefronts. o Utilizing social media/networks such as Facebook or Go Fund Me to spark public awareness of the issue and create an opportunity to donate to Project Child Save.
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