When Kenny learned how much impact Adverse Childhood Experiences have on children, doing nothing was not an option. And with Andrew Willis as a co-founder, the Stop Abuse Campaign was born. We love you all for investing in Kenny's belief. America can protect its children from trauma like abuse and neglect.

Kenny, aka Mason to a select few, was passionate; in a not back down kind of way. Always determined to find a way to make everything better, he poured much of that passion into the Stop Abuse Campaign. As friends, we learned to trust his inspiration; many of us yearn to feel it again. 

Here's what you can do to help keep that vibe alive. The hope for donations is threefold at the moment:

To commemorate a memorial park bench at or near the Conservancy Gardens in Central Park. A tangible reminder in a place Kenny loved, cultivating, and nurturing us still. We're planning a commemoration celebration in the park on or about June 26th and will need to make a decision about a bench by May 15th to meet that deadline. (Please donate soon!)

To ensure Kenny's lifetime ambition of protecting children from childhood trauma, like abuse and neglect, continues by enabling survivor participation via the Stop Abuse Campaign's Ken Mason Stipend Fund.

To assist a botany student, we are investigating how we help a student at the New York Botanical Gardens. Kenny sought deeper learning of plants and horticulture here. We want to continue that.

We need all the donations we can to make a lasting legacy for our beloved and madly missed Kenny Mason. Please give generously. And tell a friend!

Go big! $10,000 for the park bench.

Sustain the Campaign! $300 a month for a stipend. That's $3,600 if you can support a whole year.

Donations can be monthly, legacy, done any time, and all will make a difference. 

We miss you, Kenny Wayne Mason! 

Your donation helps on so many levels, so hit that button. 

Please, hit that button.


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Celebrating the life of Kenneth Wayne Mason

by Stop Abuse Campaign


When Kenny learned how much impact Adverse Childhood Experiences have on children, doing nothing was not an option. And with Andrew Willis as a co-founder, the Stop Abuse Campaign was born. We love you all for investing in Kenny's belief. America can protect its children from trauma like abuse and neglect.

Kenny, aka Mason to a select few, was passionate; in a not back down kind of way. Always determined to find a way to make everything better, he poured much of that passion into the Stop Abuse Campaign. As friends, we learned to trust his inspiration; many of us yearn to feel it again. 

Here's what you can do to help keep that vibe alive. The hope for donations is threefold at the moment:

To commemorate a memorial park bench at or near the Conservancy Gardens in Central Park. A tangible reminder in a place Kenny loved, cultivating, and nurturing us still. We're planning a commemoration celebration in the park on or about June 26th and will need to make a decision about a bench by May 15th to meet that deadline. (Please donate soon!)

To ensure Kenny's lifetime ambition of protecting children from childhood trauma, like abuse and neglect, continues by enabling survivor participation via the Stop Abuse Campaign's Ken Mason Stipend Fund.

To assist a botany student, we are investigating how we help a student at the New York Botanical Gardens. Kenny sought deeper learning of plants and horticulture here. We want to continue that.

We need all the donations we can to make a lasting legacy for our beloved and madly missed Kenny Mason. Please give generously. And tell a friend!

Go big! $10,000 for the park bench.

Sustain the Campaign! $300 a month for a stipend. That's $3,600 if you can support a whole year.

Donations can be monthly, legacy, done any time, and all will make a difference. 

We miss you, Kenny Wayne Mason! 

Your donation helps on so many levels, so hit that button. 

Please, hit that button.