This is a great organization and my favorite charity! I ask everyone to please give. The Wayne Foundation, Inc. spreads the word about domestic minor sexual trafficking and helps get passage of bills in states that are weak in protecting minors from this devastating crime. The ultimate goal is to build a rehabilitation center to make it possible for victims of this crime to get back into a normal productive life after suffering the cruelties they have faced. President and co-founder Jamie Walton is the best face for this organization being a survivor herself. You will not find a charity that makes the most of donations anywhere so please give what you can!
The amount of work needed to help bring this issue to light far exceeds what it should. Jamie Walton is doing everything she can to help actually make a difference and it shows. This organization is fighting a very serious problem and I am proud to help out in any way I can. DMST needs to be stopped and its victims need to be helped.
The Wayne Foundation is helping to battle a problem that seems to be overlooked by "polite" society. The horrors that men, women, and children have to endure because of sexual trafficking and slavery are all too real and this foundation is helping to take a stand against it. Every bit of effort counts.
I called looking for help and was judged,put down and lied to. I would not reach out to this organization. Who do they help with there donations. This is clear abuse of a 502 for a non profit to be set up in a resort town.
Jamie Walton is one of the most caring people you could ever hope to meet. She's waging war on an issue that is non-partisan, yet also something a lot of our leaders seem to prefer to sweep under the rug. Through her passion and energy, Jamie is bringing the world of sex trafficking out of the shadows, and our public heightened awareness is absolutely making a difference.
The Wayne Foundation deserves your support - whether by direct donations, choosing them as your AmazonSmile charity, or just by spreading the word on social media. Do it! :)
I LOVE The Wayne Foundation. I've been a supporter for about 3 years both independently & via AmazonSmile. Jamie Walton runs an incredible organization that is an invaluable asset to society. I wish nothing but continued success & will continue to support this group forever!
I'm always happy to team up with The Wayne Foundation & punch Evil right in it's turkey-neck!
I came into contact with "The Wayne Foundation INC" around 2013, and Jamie Walton shared her story with me and my friend who ran a podcast. Her story was impactful and brought me to a heigntened state of awarness of what "The Wayne Foundation" is about.
In life we have SO many non profits, but NONE are like "The Wayne Foundation" which has the most pure of intentions and is just here to HELP.
We live in a society of where so many "false" non profit's try to rise up. That time is done..
The real non profits that help are on the rise, with "The Wayne Foundation" on it's way up to make this year an amazing year so that 2017 brings about stuff so amazing that it can not be predicted or comprehended!
Please donate anything you are able to, its not just about money. Be WHO you are , and offer what YOU can.. Support, talking, money etc..
Take action on a cause that is REAL and here to help others!
Thank you for anyone who read's this and GOOD VIBES TO YOU!!
Much love !
The Space Goat
When I first heard of The Wayne Foundation I thought it sounded like it was for an awesome cause. And the more I got to know Jamie Walton herself and finding out more about what she does every single day, the more I cared. Not only does TWF help spread the word about trafficking and other exploitations to the general public and law enforcement officials alike, they also help those that are at potential risk and those already caught up in the exploitive mess of crime and perversion. Jamie Walton and everyone involved at TWF are real life heroes in my book! Good work!
Heroes are real. They are not just in comic book & movies. The Wayne Foundation are reaching those in very dangerous situations & provide them with a safe environment & aid them through the heartbreaking effects of sex trafficking. Please help them help others.
This foundation has done some wonderful things to help people get out of some very unfortunate situations and to start people back on good tracks of life. Please do what you can to help to not only donate, but to spread the word. The Wayne Foundation is one charity I donate to every year and I intend to until I know that sexual traffic has ended
The founder of this organization has taken personal suffering and transformed it in to hope for others. This world is better for it.
Also she responds to inquiries personally and in a timely manner. Most efficient. Please
I havent personally helped THE WAYNE FOUNDATION yet but i hear their work, know their work and respect their work. TWF sheds a light on a problem and a start up solution that America doesn't spend enough time and money investing in. Human trafficking is a big problem in the states and across the world and I applaud Ms. Walton and her compatriots for their work and I hope to help as much as I can.
I like that the Wayne foundation turned fiction into functions. It allows average citizens to be the Batman! Please donate to help stop victims of child sex trafficking.
The Wayne Foundation is a much needed charity. The love, respect, and support they show victim's of sex trafficking are a breath of fresh air. As a survivor of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking, I will always speak in support of TWF. I am where I am in life, in large part to founder Jamie Walton. God bless you Jamie, and God bless you TWF.
I truly believe in the message and goals of TWF . I find Jamie Walton to be an inspirational woman and have enjoyed watching her work and their vision grow.
As with 99% of everybody I learned about The Wayne Foundation via Kevin Smith's podcasts. However, I did not immediately donate. Why?
Because I am very wary of donating to charities. Far too many don't put the majority of the funds donated to the actual cause they promote. I spend (probably) way too much time vetting and researching charities I think about donating to, making sure that the majority of funds are going to the cause they promote, that those involved are doing more than padding their resume, and more.
I have found nothing to object to in donating to The Wayne Foundation. Jamie Walton is an awesome person full of sunshine and Good Things™. She is very determined to meet and exceed the goals put forth for herself and the organization. She and her/the org's supporters continually come up with unique and interesting ways to engage potential donors and to raise awareness. You cannot go wrong with donating to The Wayne Foundation as it is a worthy cause run by dedicated and immensely approachable people.
Whether it's through their website, via Amazon.Smile (please choose them for Amazon.Smile) or now sending care packages you can do so with the Spider Mann (@spidermann) seal of approval.
Upon hearing Jamie's story on multiple podcasts, I became immediately taken in by the obvious passion & earnest efforts that the organization is putting into creating something meaningful. Since the project is such a large undertaking, I initially donated money towards helping them meet their first goal (acquiring a home for housing the girls they are going to be taking out of the sex trade industry & giving a new lease on life to). I didn't feel like I did enough. I have begun spreading the word to anyone who will listen, promoting the cause on social media & even recently created an art piece to use as promotion of the organization. It made its way through social media & was well-received. If it convinced one person to donate, then I feel like it was worth my effort. I wish I could help more, & am planning to do so as soon as I can. The more support the group can get, the quicker they will be to accomplishing these goals. Just remember... You Too Can Be A Hero!
The Wayne foundation, and those who run it are an inspiration m as a father, it pains me to know there are such evils in the world. It also give a me hope knowing there are people like the ones who run the Wayne foundation. People that try to make a difference to young women and children everyday. Please show your support . even if only kind words. Ever little bit counts.
First time i heard about The Wayne Foundation was from a podcast that Jamie Walton did with Kevin Smith. Jamie does great job running things.
I highly recommend to everybody to listen the podcast and maybe after that donate.
I first heard of The Wayne Foundation back in 2011, after listening to Kevin Smith's podcast. At the time I was just about finished writing a short game for children. I contacted Jamie and asked her if I could put an add in that game, and also donate 25% of the profits made from selling it to TWF. She agreed, and off I went!
Since the 25% profits from that game just wasn't adding up to a ton of money, I also started organizing yearly charity bundles. I contact publishers of role playing games, books, artwork - anything that can be digitized. They donate product, I sell the bundle for $20 or so and all profits go to TWF.
This is a cause that I'm all for - I like Jamie's can-do attitude, I like what TWF is moving towards and I like that they are educating the public about child sex workers - an issue that needs far more attention. They've got my support.
The Wayne Foundation is a very worthy organization. They are as transparent as any other charitable organization with their financials clearly listed on their website and as up to date as yearly filings would have them.
Not only do I support the mission of The Wayne Foundation, but I support them financially as well. I've personally donated money, as well as part of the profits from a publication and I've worked many other publisher in a fundraising drive to raise over $1800.
I trust TWF with the money that I've raised, and the mission that they are dedicated too.
I became aware of The Wayne Foundation through listening to one of Kevin Smith's podcasts and I have been inspired by both Jamie Walton, and the organization's cause. The horror and trauma that men, women, and children have to endure because of sexual trafficking and abuse is sadly very real, and this foundation is helping to not only stand against it, but to undo the extensive damage that it inflicts upon victims.
This is a most excellent cause. Even if you can only toss them a couple bucks a month it all helps them reach their goal. Like coffee? You can even support them by buying a bag of their joe.
This charity is the result of a lot of hard word and determination, mainly by the co-founder and CEO, Jamie Walton. Jamie has put her all in to making this charity a reality and I am honored to be a volunteer and wear the ONLY Wayne Foundation cycling kit. This charity has the ultimate goal of ending the sexual trafficking in under age girls. This is not something that just happens on other "big" cities, but in small towns too.
Be hero and support this great cause!