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Hi! We’re Jesse and Sarah Siegand and we started Parents Who Fight in 2015 as a social media campaign to bring awareness to parents about the dangers kids encounter online every day. We have been married over 25 years, and we have two teenage boys, who keep us on our toes.


When our kids started to relay information about classmates viewing pornography and having their own smart phones in the first and third grades, we began researching what more could be done to protect our family from dangers online. Our research led us to a national conference where we learned from top experts in online safety, and a fire was lit to bring this information to others. Armed with practical knowledge and a passion to protect kids, we presented a simple workshop at our boys’ public elementary school, and Parents Who Fight was born. Since then, we’ve been asked to speak to other schools, churches, and community groups about the importance of understanding the various dangers online and how parents can fight to protect their kids’ healthy futures.


People say that our passion to fight for kids is contagious… we sure hope so. We need parents everywhere to join the fight in order for us to turn the tide. We want to come alongside you with tools, encouragement, and truth to help you protect the healthy futures of the kids in your life!


Parents Who Fight is a place for you to get connected with a global movement of parents and organizations who are proactively engaged in the battle for this generation. Whether it’s learning how to monitor kids’ social media activity, training them in cyber wisdom, talking to them about the dangers of pornography addiction, or helping them navigate online boundaries of public vs. private… just about every parent needs help and support. You don’t have to do it alone. Parents Who Fight is a resource to help you win the battle!

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