The Roundtable is pleased to announce a collaboration and fundraising challenge from Help For Children, which is an international, non-profit organization whose sole mission is preventing and treating child abuse. Help For Children has challenged the Roundtable to raise at least $35,000 over the next twelve months. These funds will be used to support their very important work. Help For Children is a highly-respected non-profit organization, supported largely by the hedge fund industry. Their mission is accomplished by making grants to child welfare organizations throughout the United States, Canada, the Cayman Islands, and the United Kingdom. Help For Children is the only grant-making, public charity that focuses exclusively on preventing and treating child abuse. Child abuse is one of the most underfunded causes, unlike other childhood issues, as there is no natural constituency to advocate on children’s behalf. In the United States alone, there are 3.3 million reports of child abuse each year, representing approximately 10 million children. Child abuse and neglect is a hidden problem, happening usually behind the closed doors of the house or apartment. Child abuse occurs across all socio-economic, religious, racial, ethnic and class divides. In 2010 alone, Help For Children served 37,560 individuals. Since its inception in 1998, Help For Children has awarded over 728 grants totaling over $25 million. Please help us meet this challenge by going to the Help For Children website to make your generous donation. Thank you!