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    1. UPDATED – Support DVAM Campaign in Loving Memory of Emma Marie Baldwin

      *LINK FIXED - Please support our new Thunderclap campaign to END Domestic Violence in Loving Memory of Emma Marie Baldwin

      It is our mission is to END the cycle of abuse, violence, and murder by sharing Emma's story and my family's journey for her justice; To SAVE the next child from being abused, permanently disabled, and/or murdered; And by using our social media reach, we are making a difference, one heart at a time!

      I raised the goal for Emma's Thunderclap campaign to END Domestic Violence to 500 supporters from 250. We currently have over 225+ supporters with a total social reach of 310,000+ people. Let's take it to the next level. On October 1st at 9pm Eastern time, our message will blast across social media.


      During the previous campaign, we recruited 878 people out of our 500 target goal. This was before thunderclap changed it's policies. We also had a combined social reach of 1,044,375 people. It was pretty amazing and I reached out to some pretty awesome friends via twitter for their support.

      Please check out our last Thunderclap campaign for Emma from December 2013. You can follow this link to it

      In October 2012, someone I love was murdered. She is my beautiful daughter. Her name is Emma Marie Baldwin. I am Emma's Daddy.

      In November 2012, my ex-wife and her boyfriend were indicted for Emma's murder in Wise County, Virginia. My ex-wife's boyfriend, Juwan Moore, pleaded guilty in January 2014 and he was sentenced to life in prison without parole plus ten years. My ex-wife, Brandie Baldwin, pleaded guilty in August 2014 and she was sentenced to 30 years in prison.

      We need YOUR help in supporting this thunderclap by syncing your Facebook and Twitter accounts! While some people may think how can this help? Well the answer is by spreading awareness about what happened to EMMA and trying to prevent it from happening to the next child by educating others, especially single parents.

      For more information on what happened to my daughter Emma, please visit her website at

      You can read Emma's story at

      You can also follow Emma's facebook page at

      You can also follow Emma's Twitter at

      You can also write on Emma's Memorial Wall at

      I will continue to edit this message as needed. Thanks for being here.

      Together we can be the voice for those who cannot speak for themselves and together we will change the world. We will tell the world that we demand a life free of abuse, violence, and murder! Not just for ourselves, but for our children, and our children's children, and for their generations to come. We can lead by example!

      Help us make a difference, one heart at a time!

      Thank you all for being here. Each person is making an impact, each share reaches a new heart, each invitation is helping, and each voice is being heard! We are making a difference, one heart at a time!

      Thank you all for your help in making sure Emma's voice is being heard and ensuring that she is never forgotten! Emma is loved by so many people and we will continue to share Emma's love with the world and help others as much as we can!

      Please help me share Emma's story by participating in this Thunderclap. When we reach all of the supporters needed, Thunderclap will release the social media project for Emma by simultaneously posting it from all of the supporters onto their Facebook pages and Twitter accounts. Please help us in this outreach for Emma's awareness and our mission to END abuse, violence, and murder!

      We are all united for a common goal and that is to end domestic violence and end child abuse, not just prevent it. Our children are our future and no one deserves to grow up in an environment of violence. Each child deserves a respectful and loving home to be safe, happy, and healthy.

      It starts with education and awareness. I have tried so hard to reach out, especially to the younger demographic of parents who may be new parents or single parents to try and teach them that life is more important than hanging out with friends, that if you leave your children with people you don’t know well or a spouse that has a history of violence, it may be the last time you ever see your child.

      So I want to thank you all for being here. Together we can make a difference in this world. Even if one child’s life is saved, then we have made an impact. We can change lives. We can teach people and educate them how to love and respect each other. All we have to do is try and make sure we are working together towards our common goal… to end child abuse!

      There is no handbook for grieving; we all grieve in our own ways. And the process is not in stages, it’s more like waves or cycles. It is something that never goes away, but the love for our lost ones will always be in our hearts.

      Nothing will bring you back, but you will live on in our hearts. You have changed our lives, some of us knew you in this life, most know who you were as a person, all of us know that you are loved and you always will be! So until I see you again in Heaven, we will share your beautiful smile!

      We will never give up. Not as long as each star and the night skies are lit up. Not as long as they tear holes in the clouds and the love from lost loved ones pours from the heavens. Until my last breath, until my heart beats no more. I will fight for Emma until I am no more. Always & Forever...

      Thank you all for your love & support.

      Best Regards,
      Benjamin Baldwin aka Emma's Daddy



      Say NO to Domestic Violence!

      I just supported Time to End Domestic Violence on @ThunderclapIt // @JusticeForEmma

    2. Reached 250 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Elvia Johnson HARLINGEN, TX
      • 9 months ago

      Abused children are scarred for life. And abusers don't change and are out in our community due to low sentences. This cycle has to stop. Drug abusers are more propionate in our country. More and more. Or let's do this the cheaper way castrate and do hysterectomies.

    • Pastora Isoba KANSAS CITY, MO
      • 9 months ago

      Child abuse is the most horrible crime anyone can endure. A child should never have to suffer at the hands of someone they trust!

    • Ronda Cash BUENA VISTA, VA
      • about 1 year ago

      This needs to be done to protect our children!!!! Please make it happen!!!

      • over 1 year ago

      Every child deserves a life & a life without ABUSE in it!!!

      • over 1 year ago

      no child should suffer!!


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