Join us for The CARE Center’s Stand Up For Kids luncheon on October 5, 2017 at the Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club featuring guest speaker Sasha Joseph Neulinger.
Working as a child actor, Sasha held a deep secret of multigenerational child sexual abuse at the hands of three family members. Today as a film maker with one of the largest ever Kickstarter campaigns for a documentary, he is on a mission to share his story of healing and empower others to stand up for kids.
While there is no ticket cost to attend, we ask that each guest donate at least $100 at the event.
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club
Doors Open at 11am, program will begin promptly at 11:45 and end at 1pm
Valet parking available
Table Host Details:
Each Table Host commits to filling their table of 8 with friends, family or colleagues. There are no tickets to sell. Instead, hosts will ensure their guests know they will be asked to give a gift of at least $100 at the luncheon. Our goal is 350 people (44 tables) attending the luncheon! Our Table Hosts are vital to reaching our goal!
If you are interested in being a table host, we will provide you with a Table Host guide with a step-by-step guide including a sample email/phone script for asking friends, colleagues, and family members to attend.
Use the link above to register as a Table Host, and we will send you the Table Host guide, or contact Kristin Van Nort for more information.
Between the ages of four and eight, Sasha was sexually abused by two of his uncles and one male cousin. After he discovered they were also abusing his sister, Sasha came forward and spoke up about the abuse. Sasha spent the next decade entangled in the criminal justice system—and struggling to reclaim his identity in the aftermath of his stolen childhood.
Since just before his 17th birthday when the last case was closed, Sasha has become a filmmaker, and is currently in the process of producing and directing an autobiographical film about his experiences as a victim of multigenerational child sexual abuse. The film is the recipient of the 6th largest ever KickStarter campaign for a film.
Sasha’s story shows that there is life after abuse, and that really dealing with and processing pain leads to self-empowerment. The richness and depth of this story transcends the confines of one family’s painful history to reach the minds and hearts of many. Sasha and his team are on a mission to tell his story and change the way we talk about and understand child sexual abuse.