About Us

  • 1 in 5 girls (20%), and 1 in 10 boys (10%) are sexually abused or assaulted before age 18.

  • 18% of children are physically injured due to discipline before they turn 18.

  • 10% of children are bullied on a regular basis.

  • Sexual abuse/assault and physical abuse occur in every culture and neighborhood - although many people believe “it can’t happen to their family.”

  • Ten percent of school children are targets of sexual misconduct.

Child Abuse Prevention Education (CAPE) strives to provide resources and tools for students, parents, teachers and administrators, ensuring that everyone in any given school community has the tools to combat child abuse. The CAPE Initiative's vision is for every school system to have the right tools to ensure every child is protected, healthy, happy and loved.

Board Members

  • Luther Reynolds, Charleston, S.C. City Police Chief 

  • Hank Cheves, Recent Chairman of the Board of Porter-Gaud

  • Alyssa Rheingold, PhD. MUSC

  • Darrell Morris, Charleston County DSS Interim Director

  • Debbie Herring-Lash,  Charleston Asst. Solicitor 

  • Carole Campbell Swiecicki, Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center

  • Stafford Green, CAPE Chair

Advisory Team

  • Denzyl Feigelson, Apple Computer (Music)

  • Josh Grier, Chief Operating Officer, Ember Lab  (Gaming)

  • Mark H. Moreland, VP, The Coca-Cola Company, (Strategy)

  • Liv Bishop, Liv Bishop Designs  (Designer)

  • Christopher Travers, Entrepreneur, Atlanta Ventures (Web)


  • Stafford Green, MagikLab Creative

Our Origin

Stafford Green created CAPE in 2018, with the goal of partnering with Porter-Gaud and many other Child Abuse Prevention organizations. 


Porter-Gaud (PG) is an independent K-12 school located in Charleston, SC


With the guidance of Stafford Green and other teachers at Porter-Gaud, a group of 5 students created this website to provide child abuse prevention and educational resources. 

How to reach us

Emails and other info is needed for contact

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