What we are doing
Each year millions of people around the globe fall victim to the $39 billion human trafficking pandemic. In Georgia, 7,200 men have sex with underage girls every month. KLP’s next project, Hands Off This Girl, is a dramatic web series that will explore the tragedies that young women face in Georgia and around the world through a series of compelling stories about sex trafficking.
The series will highlight the struggles of families, friends, law enforcement officers, churches, and other individuals as they try to combat this phenomenon in their communities and attempt to save these girls before it’s too late.
Through the powerful stories of the Hands Off This Girl series, KLP will raise awareness and encourage actions that will expose and bring to justice the sexual predators who violate young women. These victims are not just unknown faces; they are sisters, daughters, friends, and young women with potential, and KLP seeks to help these young women by telling their stories.
Who we are
Kiss the Limit Productions, Inc., is an award-winning multi-media production company based in Atlanta, Georgia, that produces heartwarming and compelling independent, studio and web-based projects for film and television. KLP’s mission is to create compelling stories that inspire people to lead better lives and to eradicate human injustices.
How you can help
In order to produce the Hands Off This Girl web series, we need your help. Your gift of any size will truly be appreciated. Plus, we’re offering great perks at various donation levels. Regular monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly donations beyond your initial gift are also welcome.
This means any donation that you make through Indiegogo is tax deductible!
SPREAD THE WORD
Aside from your monetary support, KLP would appreciate you spreading the word about Hands Off This Girl to your network. You can use the sharing tools available on this site to share with your friends via Twitter, Facebook, and any other great resources you use to stay connected.
Out of Darkness (Our Partner)
Five percent (5%) of the donations to our campaign will go to Out of Darkness. This amazing organization runs a 24/7 hotline [404-941-6024] with volunteers trained to answer rescue calls. Those volunteers will then activate responders who are trained to make contact with and offer rescue to trafficking victims. Victims will be offered a safe place to stay until they can transition to appropriate restorative services.
If you or someone you know has been involuntarily forced into prostitution or pornography in Georgia, immediate help is available.
The Governor’s Office for Children & Families, Georgia Care Connection. Contact them directly at 404-602-0068.
You may leave an anonymous tip regarding a child that may be involved in trafficking in Georgia, call the Metro Atlanta Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has operators available 24 hours a day to receive your call at 1-800-THE-LOST or (1-800-843-5678).
How your contributions will help
YOUR GIFTS WILL SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING:
- KLP (Production Operations)
- Five Percent (5%) Donation to Advocacy Partner/Non-Profit - "Out of Darkness" (24/7 Trafficking Hotline in Atlanta, GA)
- Crew - Above the line (Producers, LA television consultants, directors, writers and cast)
- Crew - Below the Line Departments (Gaffer, grip, camera, make up, hair stylists, special effects, production assistants)
- Costumes, set design, and props
- Editors, editing equipment, including hard drives.
- Lighting and lighting equipment, expendables
- Exceptional "A" list talent - SAG rates, hotel, per diems, air fare
- Exceptional Atlanta-based - SAG rates
- Props and costumes
- SFX and make-up
- Catering and on-set essentials
- Locations, permits, legal services
- Electronic storage
- Liability insurance
- Marketing, public relations, and distribution
- DVDs and deliverables
The creative force behind this series
Shandra McDonald Bradford, Head Writer, Executive Producer, is an award-winning writer, director and producer of corporate, television, and film projects (can I delete). As CEO/President of Kiss the Limit Productions, Inc., Shandra has spearheaded the creation of uplifting web series, reality shows, documentaries, public service announcements, commercials, corporate videos, and cooking shows for clients across the United States.
Nancy B Howard, Executive Producer, is the Chief Operating Officer & Vice President of Development of Kiss The Limit Productions, Inc. She is an independent film, video and stage producer with over 16 years of experience producing a variety of music videos, commercials, films, theatrical plays and film-related events. Nancy is the founder of The Big Picture Film & Video Foundation.
Michael Heard, Associate Producer, is an award winning news producer.
Kathleen Kelly, Consultant, isan Emmy Award-winning executive producer, documentary director and cinematographer with 20 years of experience.
Alexis Denkins Jackson, Marketing Consultant, is a marketing expert that specializes in branding and target marketing dynamics.
Joyce Davis, Public Relations Director, is the associate director of publications at Spelman College, and the former co-owner of the public relations firm PowerFlow Media.
Osborne "Oz" E. Scott, Television Series Consultant, is a veteran television director and producer, as well as an award-winning theatre director. Scott directed the Disney channel original movie The Cheetah Girls (2003). His twenty-years of directorial experience includes: “Strong Medicine,” “Everybody Hates Chris,” “Boston Legal,” “The Unit,” “Medium,” “CSI: NY,” “Soul Food,” and “NCIS.”
Kevin Collins is a Bill Cosby Screenwriting Fellow and Disney Writing Fellowship finalist, and was a staff writer on Showtime’s Original Series “Soul Food”.
David Matthew Barnes is an accomplished author whose literary work has appeared in more than 100 publications, and will be co-writer of the upcoming television series “The Other Side of Pretty.”
Alesia Adams is a territorial services coordinator against human and sexual trafficking for The Salvation Army, and is the founder of the Center to End Adolescent Sexual Exploitation (CEASE).
Stephanie Davis is the executive director of Georgia Women for a Change.
Dalia Racine is an assistant district attorney for DeKalb County, Georgia, where she is assigned to the Crimes Against Children Unit.
For full details and bios on the professionals listed above please visit the KLP website: www.kissthelimit.com.