Ministry Spotlight: National Center on Sexual Exploitation
Founded in 1963, it's the "granddady" of anti-sex trafficking organizations
Summary: National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) began in 1963 to defend human dignity and to advocate for a world free from sexual exploitation, objectification, and violence. NCOSE maximizes public policy activism to combat corporate and government policies that foster exploitation. In addition, NCOSE advocates for survivors in litigation against mega corporations, intervenes in key, precedent setting cases and speaks up in state and federal legislatures to impact policy for those who have no voice. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation aims to empower citizens to improve their states and communities through model legislation on issues like pornography, illicit massage parlors, combating the demand for sex trafficking and prostitution.
MinistryWatch Financial Efficiency Rating: 4 Star (out of a possible 5 Stars)
MinistryWatch Transparency Grade: D
ECFA Member? No
Revenue in Most Recent Year Available (2019): $2,527,978
Five-Year Revenue Trend: Increasing (more than 135 percent change)
Percent of Revenue National Center for Sexual Exploitation Spends on Fundraising: 5 percent
Percent Peer Group Spends on Fundraising: 7 percent
President: Patrick Trueman
President’s Salary and Other Compensation: $197,246
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