youthSpark aims to stop it

"Design has a story to tell. And I am fortunate to work with the people who write a happy ending." ~ Terri

Atlanta nonprofit youthSpark advocates for children in need of legal and adult protection in abusive and exploitative situations. Red Berry collaborated with the organization's Interim Executive Director Candace Wood to create a compelling profile for Atlanta Magazine's annual Give Atlanta issue.

At the heart of the youthSpark vision is a world where no child is bought, sold, or abused. Red Berry Creative Director Terri Fuller emphasized the need to *Stop it in the magazine profile featuring a young survivor and key facts about human trafficking.

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Candace Wood shared these kind words, "I have worked with Terri Fuller of Red Berry Creative on more than one occasion. . . and when we recently needed to create a magazine ad for youthSpark, I immediately thought of her. I was impressed with her creativity and the two-page spread that she produced for us. As much as I like the ad. . . and I love the ad. . . I truly appreciated her ability to step in and come up to speed quickly, to work with minimum direction, and manage the process for a very busy, distracted client even more. She is the complete package, creative, driven and totally customer focused."

Facts from youthSpark

  • Atlanta ranks among the 14 cities with the highest incidence of prostitution involving children.
  • A young person in the Atlanta sex trade will be bought by 369 men in a single year.
  • Women and girls make up 98% of the world’s sexually exploited.
  • 8.6% of males in the sex trade are boys under the age of 18.

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